National Numeracy Day

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Today we’re celebrating the UK’s first ever National Numeracy Day and we at Maths on Toast are proud to be one of their official champions! We were also pleased to contribute a resource for National Numeracy’s family and friends toolkits which can be found here. Let us know how you’re getting involved and join National Numeracy in […]

Kids in Museum Family Maths Resource

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We’re delighted to be collaborating with Kids in Museums on a new family maths resource, launched today! The resource will go towards helping museums to use their collections to support family maths learning – providing them with practical tips on how to be creative and fun with mathematics. Check it out!

Number Day 2018 on Friday 2nd February

NSPCC Number Day logo 2018

Next month we are extremely proud to be providing our specially adapted resources to the NSPCC’s Number Day.

What We Did Last Year

Last year, we… well, I won’t spoil the surprise! Read our Annual Report to find out! Featuring: Loads of pictures, a summary and much more!

We’re Stuck! – mathematical theatre

Ever struggled with maths? Interested in robots? Love problem solving? Love theatre? If any of those is true, this show is for you. Touring the UK this Easter – read the post to watch the trailer.

Summer competition – win Number Rumbler!

Want to win a pack of Number Rumbler and assorted goodies from National Numeracy? Here’s how!

Mini tour on Fun Palace weekend!

On 1st and 2nd October we will be in Putney and in Herne Hill

Number Rumbler a Finalist in the Science Toy Awards

We’re very proud that Number Rumbler has made it to the Finals of the Science Toy Award.

Splendiferous Shapes at Pancras Square Library: Summer 2016

We’re pleased to announce that we will be running regular free family maths events at Pancras Square Library during Summer 2016.

Time to get stuck – book your tickets now for Easter 2016!

Do you remember our production of We’re Stuck! last year? The one with the dancing robots and the rush from room to room as you worked with the scientists to solve the problems in time?

Well, it’s about to get bigger.