Welcome to 123maths.co.uk

We believe that everyone can make progress with maths.

123maths.co.uk works because users can see the progress they are making. This online maths program offers highly structured maths practice. It gives the extra support and practice needed to make progress.

Over 100,000 questions are answered on 123maths.co.uk every week.  It works because users need to get each question right 3 times.  It uses the ‘over-learning principle’ and is based on our proven one-to-one support books.

Schools using 123maths

  • South Hampsted High, London
    South Hampsted High, London
  • Rivermead Primary, Berkshire
    Rivermead Primary, Berkshire
  • Loughborough High, Leicestershire
    Loughborough High, Leicestershire
  • Redden Court School, Romford
    Redden Court School, Romford
  • Daven Primary School, Congleton
    Daven Primary School, Congleton
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  • Don’t call me stupid

    Where does dyslexia start and personality begin? Kara Toynton, she of Strictly fame, presented a programme that was on BBC3 just before Christmas. I don’t think it got a great deal of publicity, but it looks into the reasons why some people are dyslexic. The programme investigates the associated difficulties pupils with dyslexia have. Kara [...]

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  • Teacher comments ‘more effective than smaller classes’

    What’s the best way to spend the Pupil Premium? Is it on more Teaching Assistants? One-to-one tuition?  The Sutton Trust has released research on the most effective ways to spend the Pupil Premium, the extra money given by the Government to support poorer pupils.  It made very interesting reading.  The report says “smaller classes, uniforms, [...]

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  • Schools: places where kids go to watch teachers work?

    Our specialism at Power of 2 is supporting students who struggle to learn maths. Recently we’ve been looking into ‘Hinge questions’, the idea that asking important assessment questions half-way through a lesson can make a major impact on learning. ‘Hinge questions’ stem from the idea that it’s vital to have the foundation blocks of maths [...]

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  • Bad at maths – a badge of honour?

    A recent report calls for an end to being bad at maths being seen as a “badge of honour” if poor numeracy skills among England’s adults are to be tackled. The NIACE report on Adult Numeracy makes 7 recommendations and is worth a look if you’re involved in maths education at any level. Carol Taylor, [...]

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