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What is Mathletics?

Mathletics is the world’s leading online maths program that delivers proven results. Recognised with multiple international awards and backed by 25 years of scientific research, Mathletics is used by over 120,000 educators and loved by over 3 million students worldwide.

Just 30 minutes of Mathletics a week has been proven to give students a 9% advantage over their peers in national standardised tests.

Choose Mathletics to:

Drive better results in maths. Engaging online activities, games and exciting mastery challenges build students’ confidence in maths. Personalised learning provides the perfect level of support and challenge to make sure each student achieves their best.

Save teachers’ time. Automated marking and student progress reports provide the essential formative assessment tools teachers need. Planning, homework and revision is simple and easy to navigate – it takes seconds to set activities, view progress and check results.

Empower your students. Students are in control of their own learning in areas like Multiverse and Rainforest Maths. Working at their individual level, Mathletics provides the extra maths support they need in the classroom or at home, offering a complete course from fundamentals through to extension.

Recommended Usage

20-minutes per week

Educational Impact

reduce teacher workload
93%
build student knowledge
83%
reduce attainment gap
83%
improve attainment
82%
improve teaching efficiency
79%

Additional evidence

Mill Field Primary school , Leeds, UK

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CompanyBusiness Name: 3P Learning
HQ Location: United Kingdom
Founded: 2005
Age Range5-7, 8-10, 11-13, 14-16
FeaturesTeacher CentreStudent CentreActivitiesMaths GamesReportingAssessmentsMaths Games
LanguagesEnglish, Spanish; Castilian
AccessibilityRobust features
PoliciesTerms of ServicePrivacy PolicyGDPR
RequirementsAvailable OfflineInternet - Low BandwidthInternet - High BandwidthDesktop - MacDesktop - WindowsDesktop - ChromebookDesktop - LinuxMobile - iPhoneMobile - iPadMobile - WindowsMobile - Android

Teachers are required to complete a spreadsheet with teacher and student names and year groups, we take care of setting up the account. An administrative school password is generated along with individual passwords for teachers and students. Teachers and students can then simply sign in and get started. As Mathletics is an online resource, a computer suite or bank of tablets/learnpads and interactive whiteboard is required. We provide every school with a free live demonstration of Mathletics and can also discuss any objectives teachers may have. We also provide a number of online videos and webinar sessions for teachers to access.

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We recommend that teachers have a short, live demonstration of Mathletics to introduce them to the main elements of the program and also suggest how best to use Mathletics to suit their needs. This forms part of the trial process and provides a great way for teachers to communicate their objectives and let us show them how Mathletics can support them.

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School must create the account.

To gain valuable insights into their child's progress, a free parent account can be registered via the Mathletics website if the child has an account via their school. You will receive your username and password by email to login.

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Mathletics Reviews

4.8 out of 5

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Mathletics has collected 6 reviews in the past 6 months

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Steve

Headteacher

Treleigh School, England

Used Mathletics weekly for 7–12 months

May 2024

Great support in setting up and supporting along the process, including checking in and offering help. User friendly platform which engages children, is easy to use and well pitched to all learners.

Steve found Mathletics:
  • Significantly reduces teacher workload
    Not having to set and assess homework
  • Moderately reduces attainment gap
    Improved confidence with children and less gaps in learning.
  • Moderately improves teaching efficiency
    Tasks set aligned to teaching to extend thinking and set challenges for higher attainers.
  • Moderately improves attainment
  • Moderately builds student knowledge
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Carolyn Terry

Primary School Mathematics Coordinator

Vienna International School, Austria

Used Mathletics weekly for 4-6 months

Jan 2024

I have been extremely impressed by the level of customer support and training provided by the company. The resource meets the needs of many different learners - through teacher differentiation. The children are extremely motivated by the different rewards within the program. Some are motivated by competition, others by shopping, others like the certificates and many enjoy accessing Meritopia. There are just a few areas where we would like more flexibility - for example the ability to draw and show working out on the regular activities, translation capabilities on the regular activities, ability to reassign challenge tasks are a few examples of why I haven't given a score of 10.

Carolyn Terry found Mathletics:
  • Significantly reduces teacher workload
    Mathletics is good for teachers who run "stations". One group can be engaged in meaningful skills practice/revision whilst the teacher works with focus groups. It is also helpful when parents ask how they can support a home. It reduces the need to print worksheets for skills practice and avoids the need for teachers to mark these. Data is recorded in an easy to read format.
  • Slightly reduces attainment gap
    It is easy to differentiate by placing and re-placing children on the different courses depending on area being taught or practised. Sometimes children are lower in some areas and higher in others, so they can be challenged in all areas at the appropriate level. Having questions read in different languages helps ELA children succeed in the challenge tasks.
  • Significantly improves teaching efficiency
    Activities and challenges can be assigned quickly. Activities are self marking so children get instant feedback. Teachers don't need to mark and then record data. It is available instantly so action can be taken to address needs.
  • Moderately improves attainment
    Children are motivated to practise instant recall and quick mental calculations in competitions with peers. Teachers are challenged to teach to curriculum expectations and can see when to re-assign tasks or extend students beyond curriculum expectations. Children are motivated to practise maths beyond maths lessons in order to gain rewards.
  • Slightly builds student knowledge
    Concepts still need to be taught by the teacher. But videos within activities help to revise concepts that have been taught. Children learn to apply knowledge is solving various kinds of problems in different formats.
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Hannah Taylor

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St Anthony's Catholic Primary School Beeston Leeds, England

Used Mathletics weekly for 5 years+

Dec 2023

I started using Mathletics at my previous school well over 10 years ago! When I moved school I relaunched it and have been delighted with the impact it has on learning for both children and parents. It is a fantastic resource which I am very loyal too having seen the impact it can have on all children! Thank you so much

Hannah Taylor found Mathletics:
  • Moderately reduces teacher workload
    Links directly to White Rose Maths so can be used as challenges during class time, great teacher resources and worksheets that can also be printed
  • Significantly reduces attainment gap
    It is really helping our SEN children who can use Mathletics independently to help retention of knowledge. The weekly expectation of 1000 points really helps children to 'catch up'
  • Moderately improves teaching efficiency
    Good examples of type of questions children are expected to be able to complete
  • Significantly improves attainment
    Extremely effective revision tool for Year 6 children.
  • Significantly builds student knowledge
    Super to help retention of knowledge and overlearning. Children love to look ahead using Mathletics as a low risk challenge
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Vanessa Laws

Assistant Head

Bramhope Primary School, England

Used Mathletics weekly for 5 years+

Dec 2023

It reduces teacher workload, can be used across school, can consolidate as well as challenge. We love it!

Vanessa Laws found Mathletics:
  • Significantly reduces teacher workload
    We can set homework at the click of a button and it marks it too.
  • Significantly reduces attainment gap
    The more practice the pupils get, the more confidence they have.
  • Moderately improves teaching efficiency
    To set homework especially to challenge pupils.
  • Significantly improves attainment
    I can set specific homework which is linked to what I've taught in class. It then shows a percentage of what they got right.
  • Significantly builds student knowledge
    Practising what we've done in school independently.
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Lynsey Longden

Classroom Teacher - Maths Lead

St Augustine Webster Catholic Voluntary Academy, England

Used Mathletics daily for 5 years+

Dec 2023

It is a great tool to support learning and home learning, however it is quite expensive.

Lynsey Longden found Mathletics:
  • Moderately reduces teacher workload
    It is a great tool to pre-teach or consolidate learning completed in class. Perfect how it matches with the WRM small steps.
  • Moderately reduces attainment gap
    Regular use and weekly points completed helps with retention and narrowing of the gap.
  • Slightly improves teaching efficiency
  • Moderately improves attainment
  • Moderately builds student knowledge
    Helps to support knowledge retention of skills covered during lessons.
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Gaz

Teacher

Ripple Primary School, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Used Mathletics daily for 1-2 years

Dec 2023

There is only benefit in students regularly practicing what they have learnt; and they can also look forward to what is to come which builds familiarity.

Gaz found Mathletics:
  • Significantly reduces teacher workload
    Marking
  • Significantly reduces attainment gap
    Regular practice means children that are behind can close the gap; and those that are at expected or exceeding can push forward.
  • Significantly improves teaching efficiency
    No need for heavy resourcing as the application has it all. Children that finish earlier can be set challenges on Mathletics.
  • Significantly improves attainment
    Recent assessments have shown good progress. Children have said that Mathletics has helped them with the test.
  • Significantly builds student knowledge
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Sahar

Math coordinator

Lahore Grammar School, Pakistan

Used Mathletics occasionally for 5 years+

Aug 2021

It is much improved

Sahar found Mathletics:
  • Significantly reduces teacher workload
    It's easier to grade the students according to their ability
  • Significantly improves school processes
    It makes the check and balance easier
  • Slightly improves attainment
    No
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