How it works

An example activity

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What makes us different

Supporting disadvantaged families is at the heart of our work. Here are a few of the features that set our programme apart in helping you to engage all of your families, removing any barriers that could get in the way:

No need for a laptop, tablet, or printer at home! Our videos and activity ideas can just as easily be accessed on a mobile phone.
Our activities are open-ended and mostly offline – families are encouraged to explore maths at home together using everyday objects without being glued to a screen.

Families are rewarded for feeding back to teachers about their completed activities – we’ve had over 250,000 comments and 35,000 photos shared this year!

Our impact

Live engagement reporting so you know which pupils are engaging well

Termly report on pupils’ engagement – both for class teachers and for school leaders across the school, including survey results

A full impact report at the end of the academic year.

We serve over 20,000 parents on our platform, who have left over 200,000 comments and 28,000 photos for their teachers so far this academic year

Schools have had over 90% of their pupils taking part in our activities, even in areas of high deprivation

Over the 2018/19 academic year, our targeted approach ensured that the usage levels of Pupil Premium pupils was similar to that of their peers 

88% of teachers say Maths with Parents reduces their workload


Full year support:

£90 per class

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The importance of parental engagement

Parents are key to their child’s success in life. For every child to fulfil their potential they must be supported effectively at home yet as teachers we can feel powerless to influence this.

In partnership with schools, our platform motivates and empowers over 20,000 parents to engage in their children’s learning.

The Maths with Parents platform is provided by Learning with Parents, a registered charity (CIO). We lead the Parental Engagement Policy Group, partnering with other leading organisations to address educational inequality through effective parental engagement in disadvantaged communities.