The programme includes everything that you'll need to deliver a mastery curriculum in your maths classroom. Now available in flexible tiers, priced from just £1,350 per key stage, Mathematics Mastery includes:
The Mathematics Mastery Primary programme has been shown by EEF (the Education Endowment Foundation) to give pupils on average one months’ additional progress after one year.
Schools using Mathematics Mastery have been shown to score on average two points higher than the national average in the Key Stage 2 National Tests. This success comes despite over 45% of pupils in Mathematics Mastery schools being classified as disadvantaged.
In our annual partner school survey:
Pupils in schools adopting Mathematics Mastery made more progress than similar pupils in schools that did not adopt the programme.
We are launching a brand new bank of video-supported interventions that will help schools to target specific areas for the recovery of learning after Covid, and for targeted interventions beyond.
This rich resource for Years 1 to 6 will support structured tuition in adult-led small groups or in one-to-one sessions.
Aligned with EEF best practice principles and the DfE Ready to Progress criteria, the package is available as a standalone product or to add to your Mathematics Mastery Primary subscription.
Our new MyMastery learning platform is at the heart of our programme – offering easy ‘anytime, anywhere’ access to the full suite of Mathematics Mastery primary content.
The resources on MyMastery are split into easily accessible chunks of learning – these are called staging posts.
Each staging post covers approximately 2 weeks of learning, with all of the resources and comprehensive professional development needed to support the teaching of that stage and the units within it. Your teachers can access the training and resources they need, when it suits them best – offering flexibility and support at the right points through the year.
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In our first cohort of pupils learning through the Mathematics Mastery programme, the proportion of pupils working at or above the expected level in maths has risen from 68% to 79% in one year.
Mathematics Mastery pioneered the mastery approach.
We were influential in the DfE’s adoption of a mastery approach to teaching mathematics.
Our core principles have already been embedded in the majority of primary schools up and down the country, so it’s easy to join us and take the next step in your school-led improvement.
Download the Mathematics Mastery Primary Programme Guide to find out more about the programme and how it can support teaching and learning in your school.