NumSkills is an exciting programme helping children improve their mental maths and calculation skills while having fun with numbers and playing games, using everyday items such as dice, cards and clocks.
NumSkills Money is designed specifically to improve financial literacy; tackling everything from basic coin recognition to how to work out best value supermarket offers.
Activities are flexible and our tutors adapt them to meet the needs of children from Year 2 to Year 6.
NumSkills sessions are delivered in schools across Oxfordshire in small groups of children by our specially trained tutors.
After taking part in NumSkills, children are more confident, able to use the language of maths, and show far more willingness to engage in classroom maths activities. They also talk about teaching the games to their parents and siblings at home.
NumSkills is one of the programmes we offer as part of the National Tutoring Programme. Find out more.
The NumSkills and NumSkills Money activities are also available to buy and we offer training to school staff in how best to use the resources. To find out more, drop us a line on email@example.com.
Want to know more?
If you are a school, looking for help with some of your pupils, and would like to discuss how NumSkills could work in your school, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a parent whose child has been selected for NumSkills, and you would like to know more about how it works and how you can help, please email us at email@example.com
If you are a potential funder of educational projects, and would like to support us in our mission to tackle the education disadvantage gap, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“She tells me it’s a fun way of doing maths which makes her learn. It is a great highlight of her week.”
“Playing games helped me with my maths.”
"I wanted NumSkills in my school as I could see the impact it had on struggling pupils. It's simple, the activities can be used by all staff and it works. Children love playing the games and begin to really engage with number work."