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Improving the UK’s numeracy levels together.

We’re proud to bring together public faces, private businesses and cultural organisations in partnership to support National Numeracy Day and to help us increase numeracy levels across the UK.

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KPMG LLP is proud to be the Founding Supporter of National Numeracy Day. As a leading provider of professional services, including audit, tax and advisory specialisms - KPMG recognises that a highly skilled and numerate workforce is vital for social mobility as well as the success of our future economy and productivity. In the UK, we have 14,592 partners and staff working across 22 offices.

2020 Lead Supporters



TP ICAP is the world’s largest interdealer broker and a strategic partner of National Numeracy. For a third year running, the business is supporting National Numeracy Day to play its part in helping to improve essential numeracy skills across the UK and generate greater awareness of the issues around confidence in maths and numbers. Part of this is an ambition to create a coalition of like-minded supporters to join this cause and help improve confidence in maths.


Provident Financial Group

Provident Financial Group is a business within the financial services industry, offering loans, credit cards and car finance to people across the UK and Ireland. Through supporting National Numeracy Day we’re helping our colleagues, and those who live in the local communities in which we work, to increase their confidence with numbers.



Santander are proud to support National Numeracy Day and will be working with National Numeracy as a strategic partner. Our common ambition is to raise awareness of the importance of numeracy across the UK.

Ufi Charitable Trust

Ufi VocTech Trust

Ufi's aim is to help improve vocational skills in the UK's workforce by funding digital solutions for vocational learning. UFI only fund activity that is ‘scalable’ through technology, ie projects that use digital methods to widen access to vocational learning. While digital learning solutions are potentially open to all, they are especially keen to assist digital projects which involve post school age vocational learners that have failed to be engaged by the education system.


Amazon UK

At Amazon, we understand that numeracy is more important than ever before. Numeracy is a key aspect of our work, from accounting and impact measurement to machine learning, automation and AI. That’s why we are delighted to support National Numeracy as part of our long-term commitment to give young people opportunities in the digital age, regardless of their background. By working closely with National Numeracy, we want to help many more young people to access exciting and rewarding careers.



At HSBC UK we understand the importance that numbers play in people’s everyday lives, especially when it comes to how we all understand and navigate our own financial circumstances. It is easy to imagine that we are not numbers people and build up anxiety around our finances as a result.



We are thrilled to work with National Numeracy as a lead supporter of National Numeracy Day. We are a global education company and our mission is to help people make progress in their lives through learning. Learning isn’t a destination that starts and stops at the classroom door: it’s a never-ending journey of discovery, challenge, inspiration and wonder. We believe in the power of maths and building number confidence and skills so everyone can engage with opportunities, achieve, and progress throughout their lives.


Health Education England

Health Education England (HEE) exists for one reason only: to support the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to the patients and public of England by ensuring that the workforce of today and tomorrow has the right number skills, values and behaviours, at the right time and in the right place. HEE is delighted to be a lead supporter of National Numeracy Day for the third year running.



Bloomberg, the global business and financial information and news leader, gives influential decision makers a critical edge by connecting them to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas. The company’s strength – delivering data, news and analytics through innovative technology, quickly and accurately – is at the core of the Bloomberg Terminal. Bloomberg’s enterprise solutions build on the company’s core strength: leveraging technology to allow customers to access, integrate, distribute and manage data and information across organisations more efficiently and effectively. Bloomberg is proud to support National Numeracy Day.



Experian is committed to helping people manage their finances successfully, including through our innovative products and services and our wide-ranging public education work. We know that promoting the essentials of numeracy can play an important part, evidenced by a pilot study between Experian and National Numeracy that suggested a link between numeracy and creditworthiness. We look forward to joining forces with a number of like-minded organisations to help deliver this year’s exciting National Numeracy Day Virtual Festival.

Oxford University Press


As part of one of the world’s great universities, we’re driven by a love of learning and a deep conviction that learning enriches lives. This shows in everything we do, across a vast range of books, learning resources, and educational support, developed by the brightest minds to inspire every learner to achieve their very best. We’re delighted to support the work of National Numeracy, and to empower learners – of all ages –to build up their maths confidence. From professional development for teachers, to a blend of print and online resources for school and home, we aim is to bring maths into the story, creating the same sense of wonder around maths that we do around literacy, and helping to instil a love of numeracy right from the early years. Who knows what dreams might take flight when we #GrowTheirNumbers!

2021 Lead Delivery Partner

The Scottish Government Education Scotland

In 2019 the Scottish Government and Education Scotland worked closely with National Numeracy to engage people across the country. This year we're partnering again to reach even more schools and educational institutions.