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If you’d like to join us as a supporter please email kirsty.smith@sumdog.com

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In 2019, Sumdog founded Maths Week London to celebrate maths and nurture a love for a subject that impacts all of our lives, every day!

Sumdog provides engaging learning and practice in numeracy for children aged 5-14, and literacy for children aged 5-11.

Our online learning service is used by millions of children worldwide. It adapts to each individual, using engaging game-based learning to motivate and build confidence.

More information can be found here.

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We are an independent pan-London charity championing opportunities for young Londoners from low income backgrounds.

We support business, funders and others to understand and take the actions that have the most impact on young Londoner’s life chances, and bring together partnerships and funding to back innovative ideas and to take promising initiatives to scale.

More information can be found here.

LGfL is a charitable trust whose mission is the advancement of education. We provide schools with licences worth more than £11 M per annum as part of their broadband subscription. Since 2014, we’ve identified more than £50M in potential funding for free school meals.

LGfL has twice won the Not for Profit Supplier of the Year to Education

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Mathscircle

Maths Circle is an internationally trusted EdTech company who create award-winning maths programmes dedicated to helping children acquire fundamental numeracy skills. Our expertise in maths mastery, combined with enticing gamification and design, makes maths fun.

More information can be found here.

Renaissance is a leading provider of literacy and numeracy assessment and practice solutions such as Accelerated Reader, Star Assessments and Freckle for maths. Schools worldwide use our solutions to analyse students’ abilities and guide high-quality teaching and instruction – all to improve academic outcomes.

More information can be found here.

Bronze Partners
Numberella is designed to create a space where teaching is less formal, more fun, and crucially, allows students to ‘win’ while learning maths. Starting off as a few pieces of screwed up paper in a bag, the game has been developed over 4 years and thousands of teaching hours, and has been trialling successfully in a wide range of UK schools in 2017.

More information can be found here.

2Simple has been making powerful and creative educational software for learners and schools for over 20 years. 2Simple are committed to providing creative and inclusive software to encourage children to love learning and prepare them for later life.  The team at 2Simple work hard to provide teachers, schools, and educators with the innovative resources they need to inspire and educate the next generation. Today their software is used by learners in over 11,000 schools, in more than 70 countries.

More information can be found here.

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The Mathematical Association exists to support and promote confidence and enjoyment in mathematics for all.

We do this through interacting with teachers and those with an interest in mathematics via our publications and journals, professional development provisions including regular webinars, conferences and nation-wide branches. We work to influence mathematics education policy in evidence-based ways that support the development of a mathematically-enabled confident and interested population.

More information can be found here.

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The Association of Teachers of Mathematics welcomes everyone, from all levels, with an interest in mathematics education and teaching.  Members are part of a community of educators with access to stimulating activities, thought provoking research and genuine good practice in the classroom and have access to resources, activities, ideas, discussion, professional support, local network meetings and CPD, such at the Annual Conference to enrich and support your teaching.

More information can be found here.

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Maths on Toast’s mission is to make maths a creative, enjoyable, hands-on, social activity for families and communities. We want everyone to feel positive about maths – to feel that it is something they can do, and enjoy.

Learn more about Maths on Toast and their involvement with Maths Week London here.

The Advanced Mathematics Support Programme is a government-funded initiative, which aims to increase participation in Core Maths, AS/A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics, and support improvement in the teaching of these level 3 maths qualifications.

The programme provides national support for teachers and students in state-funded schools and colleges in England, with the aim of increasing opportunities for all students to study maths post-16, regardless of their location, gender, ethnicity, or background.

More information can be found here.

Arithmagicians is a highly effective tool designed to enhance students’ ability to recall key mathematical facts rapidly across a broad range of topics, making it an ideal option for students who have already mastered their times tables and are looking for a more advanced challenge.

Developed by a teacher for teachers, Arithmagicians has a mission to promote mental maths fluency across the nation, providing teachers with a valuable resource that can help students develop their mathematical skills and confidence.

More information can be found here.

Do you see children grasp a maths skill confidently but only then to find a few weeks later they are unable to remember what they were taught?  

At SMASH Maths our philosophy is to expose children to Spiral learning Practices covering all topic areas of the curriculum every week, so that learning sticks! Our award-winning programme has been Highly Commended by Teach Primary for our unique Spiral Curriculum approach and also for the video feedback that is provided for every question in every practice for pupils in Years 1 to 6.

SMASH Maths is FREE to schools.

More information can be found here.

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