Maths Resources

Maths is not just about algebra problems, trigonometry formulas, multiplication tables and calculus. An understanding of mathematical concepts enables us to develop analytical thinking skills which in turn helps us analyse data, break it down into manageable chunks, observe the relationship between different numbers, calculations and functions and use the information to solve real life problems. We use these skills when shopping (working out prices and sale reductions), cooking (calculating ingredients), exterior building or interior decoration (assessing costs, materials needed etc), personal finances (salaries, mortgages, loans, credit cards etc) and a host of other activities. Maths is important and valuable.

If children are taught mathematics from an early age, it can have a positive impact on many areas of their lives. Our resources aim to teach mathematics in a way that sparks curiosity and enjoyment of learning so that young people can use these skills to solve real world problems.

Maths Resources for Schools

Maths Lesson Plans

[Lesson Plan thumbnail] After COVID-19 — Maths
After COVID-19 — Maths
(lesson plan)

Looking at COVID-19 from a maths and statistical point of view, this lesson plan covers the figures of the coronavirus.

Ebook: £3.49 £2.99 Download

Hard copy: £12.99 £10.99 add to basket

Maths Topics for Schools

  • Algebra
  • Trigonometry
  • Multiplication
  • Calculus
  • Mathematical concepts
  • Analytical thinking
  • Calculations
  • Functions

Maths Support for Schools

We publish maths resources to support schools by providing help and guidance in an educational format. Our resource packs give the information in a way that informs as well as educates.

Maths Support for Teachers

Our maths resources for teachers include maths resource packs that cover a variety of subjects as well as our lesson plans on maths.

Maths Support for Students

Teaching students about maths is important. Our aim is to produce resource packs that provide information, knowledge and a good grasp of maths.