We are proud to announce that the Maths-Whizz Home Version has been shortlisted for the Bett Awards 2017 for Best Education Support Resource for Parents/Home Learning. The Bett Awards celebrate “inspiring creativity and innovation” in technology for education. “Recognised as the ultimate showcase for the exceptional and the innovative, winning a Bett Award is without […]

What is learning loss? A significant percentage of the material that is learnt during term time is forgotten during the holidays, resulting in what parents and teachers around the world call ‘learning loss’. When children are away from school for long stretches, like the summer holidays, the facts are globally recognised: The longer the holiday, […]

Looking for ways to make sure your child stays engaged throughout the Easter break? Try out some of these Easter-themed maths games. The Easter break is a great opportunity for your child to practise some of the things that they’ve learnt throughout the Spring Term. There are many ways for you to help your child […]

In this series of posts, we will explore the history, research and practice of two key strands of mathematical learning: procedural fluency and conceptual understanding (sometimes referred to as procedural knowledge and conceptual knowledge, respectively). An age-old conflict Education has long been embroiled in a fierce dispute around how students best learn mathematics. It is […]

2015 has arrived. While we are some way off from hoverboards and flying cars, the advent of data-driven technologies is cause for excitement. Whether through our personalised social media feeds, talking smartphones or targeted email ads, the growing influence of machine intelligence is felt by us all. But with this promise comes stark warnings on the […]