We believe that every child can master an understanding and love of maths with the right kind of teaching and support.
Our mission is to improve the standard of maths education by providing world-class textbooks, teaching resources and professional development based on the transformational teaching methods developed in Singapore.
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The first to introduce Singapore teaching methods to the UK
We first introduced the UK to the concept of teaching maths mastery using methods from Singapore over 7 years ago. Since then we have trained thousands of teachers and helped hundreds of institutions, from small village schools to large academy chains.
First to publish a 2014 National Curriculum maths series
Using our long-held experience of adapting Singapore methods for UK children, we were the first to publish a primary school programme which is aligned to the new English National Curriculum.
Chosen by the NCETM and DfE for use in the maths hub programme
The NCETM and the Department for Education have chosen Maths – No Problem! to supply maths mastery books and training to schools across England as part of the maths hub initiative.
The Story Behind Maths - No Problem!
Maths — No Problem! was created by Dr. Anne Hermanson and Andy Psarianos after their daughter fell behind in maths when transferring schools. In researching the subject, they found the Singapore method of teaching maths offered the most effective programme available. As they spread the word to friends, it became evident that there were many families concerned about their children's proper comprehension of maths. That is when they decided to make the programme available to a wider audience.
Maths — No Problem! runs from a small office in Tunbridge Wells with a highly-motivated team who are committed to improving educational standards.
You can feel confident choosing the Maths — No Problem! because our programme has been developed using the passion and expertise gained over many years in this field. In fact, Maths — No Problem! was the first to bring the concept of teaching mathematical mastery to the UK.