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395,041 pupils are registered to take part in Maths Week 2021 so far.

Colm O’Regan is at it again. The award winning comedian, author and broadcaster is back again and this year Colm turns his attention to some everyday objects to show us slightly stranger things.

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MathsWeekTV broadcast two daily shows for Maths Week, one each for primary and secondary schools. Follow the link for the schedule and short bios of the presenters .


Games and Competitions

We love a good puzzle, they are a fun and enjoyable way to challenge yourself and improve numeracy. They allow you to develop problem solving skills without even trying! So we have worked with teachers and our partners to develop puzzles and games and to bring you fun competitions and challenges to test your skills.

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Maths Activities and Resources

In response to the Covid-19 situation we made resources available for students, teachers and parents.  These recreational maths activities are a great way to keep the brain sharp, learn and have fun. Follow us on social media for more regular updates.

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Maths Week is an important way to help learners, of all ages, enjoy maths and to highlight the creativity of the subject.

Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin, assistant professor, UCD and science communicator

Basic maths is hugely important when it comes to success in the kitchen. There is a lot of science and maths in cooking and you can’t ignore them. Maths wouldn’t have been my favourite subject in school, but I didn’t realise how important it was at the time.

Donal Skehan, food writer & TV presenter

Mathematics is essential for disciplines such as science, technology, engineering and finance. However, we should also remember that mathematics promotes the ability to think rationally, analyse and solve problems, and process data clearly and accurately.

Miriam O'Callaghan, broadcaster and journalist

Maths resources for all ages

Rainy days need never be a drag again! Visit the Resources section of our website where you’ll find a wealth of fun, challenging puzzles and activities for all ages.


Maths for All

Maths for All is at the core of everything we do. This simple phrase encapsulates our belief that no matter what age, background or ability; maths is useful and it can also enrich your life.

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