We believe that every child deserves a learning experience that caters to their individual needs and pace of learning. That's why we built Maths-Whizz, our ground-breaking online tutor that helps year 1-8 students learn maths.
How we work with schools and MATs
Every school is unique. We'll work with you to achieve your goals in maths.
Partner with us to deliver an educational programme that provides sustainable success through a combination of educational best practice, leading virtual tutoring and real-time monitoring and evaluation.
Differentiate learning for every student in your school with Maths-Whizz, the world's leading virtual math tutor.
Monitoring & Evaluation
Easily monitor every student's maths progress with visual, accurate, real-time reporting.
Ensure your teachers are able to fully embed technology with training from our Education Success Partners.
Accelerate learning by, on average, 18 months in the first year of use with just 60 minutes of Maths-Whizz per week*.
Provide students with online math tutoring that is aligned to the National Curriculum.
Get dedicated on-demand help from our expert team whenever you need it through live chat and phone support.
As a parent, supporting your child with maths can be a challenge. From understanding your child's current ability to knowing how to cater to their specific strengths and weaknesses, maths can feel overwhelming. That's where Maths-Whizz can help. Thanks to its powerful AI, you can provide your child with personalised learning that is tailored to their ability.
“Maths-Whizz has raised the profile of maths in our school, really supporting our whole-school focus on reasoning and problem solving.”
"I feel so pleased that we signed up for Maths-Whizz, his confidence is higher than ever and I even think he is edging towards being ahead for his age range which is amazing!!"
*Research by Whizz Education - conducted with over 12,000 students and verified by independent experts - found that students who used Maths-Whizz for 45-60 minutes a week increase their Maths Age, on average, by 18 months in the first year of use