We are proud to be making a positive impact on mathematics education in the UK

Impact
What our teachers say

We are showing what’s possible…

...but there’s lots more to do. Mathematics Mastery began as a concept to combine the best research, evidence and practice from all over the world. Now we have a partnership programme which is creating positive change across the country.
367
schools within the Mathematics Mastery partnership in 2016-17
3,200
teachers are working with us to deliver the Mathematics Mastery programme in 2016-17
500
hours were spent training teachers on the Mathematics Mastery approach in 2015-16
97,000
pupils are taught lessons developed by Mathematics Mastery in 2016-17
35%
of pupils within Mathematics Mastery partner schools are disadvantaged (compared to a national average of 27%)
95%
of headteachers and school leads agreed the programme increased pupil enjoyment in maths in 2015-16
96%
of headteachers and school leads agreed the programme improved quality of teaching in 2015-16
91%
of headteachers and school leads agreed the programme increased pupil attainment in maths in 2015-16

Evidence from the EEF study

An independent, randomised controlled trial funded by the Education Endowment Foundation found the Mathematics Mastery programme had a positive effect on pupil attainment after only one year.

127 primary and secondary schools
(10,114 pupils)

65 ‘control’ schools
(not following Mathematics Mastery)

62 Mathematics
Mastery schools

Mathematics Mastery pupils outscored the control group in 90% of topics covered within our programme curriculum

Mathematics Mastery pupils matched the control group on areas not yet covered within our programme curriculum

Mathematics Mastery pupils made 1 month of additional progress on average

What does this study tell us?
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Every year we accept a limited number of primary and secondary schools into the Mathematics Mastery partnership. How to join the programme
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