In June 2021, an FFT (Fischer Family Trust) Education Datalab impact report found conclusive evidence to show that Mathematics Mastery had a positive impact on GCSE mathematics grades in the schools they looked at who were using the programme.
The estimated impact on students in these schools was the equivalent of around 1/8 of a grade, or one month of additional progress.
An earlier EEF (Education Endowment Foundation) study also showed students in schools adopting Mathematics Mastery were found to have made more progress than similar in schools that did not adopt the programme. Students were again found to have made on average one months' additional progress after one year on the programme.
This evaluation found conclusive evidence to show that Mathematics Mastery had a positive impact on GCSE mathematics grade in 2018/19. The estimated impact on pupils in the treated group of schools was the equivalent of around 1/8 of a grade, or one month of additional progress.
Since joining Mathematics Mastery, the maths teaching in our school has transformed. Students used to think ergghh maths and the vibe was very negative. Now, it’s the complete opposite. There is a buzz of excitement and enjoyment around mathematics. When I take a step back and look at where we are now, the significant impact of the Mathematics Mastery programme is clear to see.
Then contact our friendly partnerships team who will be happy to talk you through the programmes and help you decide on the right approach for your school.