School and further education

I want to help my students 

We work with schools and colleges across the UK to improve the attitudes towards maths and the numeracy levels of their students.

As a charity, our ambition is for everyone in the UK to learn mathematics successfully – and to be positive in their approach to the subject.

We therefore offer a range of tried and tested resources developed to improve numeracy learning among all children, young people and adults. Some of this provision is paid for and other resources you can access free of charge.

We also undertake project work related to developing positive ‘can-do’ attitudes towards maths in schools and engaging parents in their children’s education.

All of our resources and approaches have been developed by our numeracy experts, who have extensive experience gained in a range of education settings. The team also advises on and implements elements of National Numeracy's projects on the ground.

Scroll down to find out more about each of our resources. 
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The Family Maths Toolkit is full of ideas and free activities to help families enjoy maths together, as well as advice for teachers and schools to engage families with their child's maths learning.

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The Challenge online

Challenge Online

Part of the National Numeracy Challenge, this interactive website can be used to improve adults’ confidence and competence with everyday maths. It is free to users and could be offered to staff, parents and students (16+).

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A smartphone game for young adults to practise maths problems in everyday settings.

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College numeracy day toolkit

How do your students feel about everyday maths? Want to find out? Or run a campaign? We can help.

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Essentials of Numeracy for All

Capitalise on the opportunity to develop numeracy outside of maths lessons - numeracy across learning

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