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Welcome to National Numeracy Day
18 May 2022

Watch Harry Baker's intro to the day, then when you're ready to go we've got everything you need to feel good about numbers...

Take the National Numeracy Challenge

Get free resources for adults

Get free activities for children


Visit our hubs for free, fun numeracy resources

Through National Numeracy Day 190,000 people
have taken steps to improve their numeracy. Join them by checking your numeracy now!

Join The Big Number Natter

Join the first ever nationwide conversation about numbers. Whether you love it or loathe it, everyone has something to say about maths!

Watch some inspiring, thought-provoking Number Natters - like this one - or get some ideas for one of your own. 

Number Heroes Competition

Create a picture of you doing your dream job or hobby and tell us how it uses numbers. Let your imagination run wild and win a fantastic prize for yourself and a prize bundle for your nursery, school or youth group. Find out more

Download entry sheet

Submit your entry

Get started in 10 mins

For National Numeracy Day we're inviting everyone to build their confidence with numbers. The National Numeracy Challenge lets you learn at your own pace. Start with a 10min check of your skills. 


Become a National Numeracy Day Champion Organisation

Sign up to be a National Numeracy Day Champion and help your school, organisation or community get number confident! In the build up to 18 May 2022 you will receive free, fun materials and resources to use and share and join over 2,810 others Champions helping the nation get on with numbers.

More information for schools

More information for workplaces and organisations


KPMG and National Numeracy started National Numeracy Day together in 2018 and through this partnership it's grown bigger every year.  

Our amazing supporters are what make National Numeracy Day possible. 

Minister for Employment, Mims Davies MP said: “I’m thrilled to be supporting National Numeracy Day as the campaign celebrates its fifth year, empowering people to take steps to improve their skills and boost their confidence."


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