Already Bigger than 2019!

Let’s face it, 2020 doesn’t have much going for it, but at least we can say that one thing is better than last year – Maths Week England! Last year we saw an amazing 210,000 people take part; this year we already have over 250,000 and there are still three weeks to go!

If you haven’t already, please encourage your contacts to sign up via this short form – let’s improve the life chances of all our young people.

Financial Literacy!

Today we are delighted to announce that we will be parterning with the financial charity LifeSavers, who have produced some great resources around financial literacy. So any people are disadvantaged by lack of financial understanding around money, so the idea is to educate people early before they get into difficulties. There will also be a money puzzle on each of our daily pages.

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Competition News!

We have been busy behind the scenes and can now announce that we have no less than four partners running competitions for Maths Week 2019: they are Mangahigh, Sumdog, Time Table Rockstars, and MEI. See the competition page for details.

Maths Week England is born!

Mark the date: 3rd April 2019 was the official birth of Maths Week England, and Twitter as its birthplace. This was followed two weeks later by the publication of this website. This is the page of the site on which we will post the latest developments, including items of news, ways you can get involved, and ways you can help celebrate Maths Week 2019, which takes place from 11th to 16th November.

We envisage that Maths Week will start small initially as it is being privately funded, but with enough help and support it will continue to grow annually until every child has a chance to engage with the beauty and magic of mathematics. This is all about engaging the population (but particularly the nation’s young people) with a subject that has a bit of an image problem; with your help, we can change that. See our six aims for further detail.

Extremely important too is the principle that this remains ‘of the people’. This means that Maths Week will only be successful in direct proportion to the number of people who are willing to get behind it and dive into the wonderful world of mathematics.

In addition to that, we will shortly be able to reveal news of a World Record attempt – check back soon!