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Number Day 2014

Join schools across the UK for a national fundraising maths bonanza


Across the UK

Take part in Number Day 2014 on Friday 5 December and make maths meaningful

Number Day logoNSPCC Number Day is a fun, nationwide maths fundraising event for children and young people of all ages that helps raise money to support the NSPCC.

We believe that every child deserves a safe and happy childhood. By taking part in Number Day, the money you raise will help us protect children in danger and prevent abuse from shaping a child's future.

Register your school

Everything you need to take part

Girl reading book in a classroomWe'll provide all schools who register with everything they need to make their Number Day a success. Activities and resources available in October will include:

  • curriculum-linked fundraising activities, created in partnership with Oxford University Press, will all be available to all registered schools in October.
  • Number Day guide, fundraising tips and ideas to help pupils and teachers raise money
  • celebrity posters, stickers and certificates to promote your event
  • teacher resources including assembly presentations and lesson plans to help you inspire and inform the whole school about the NSPCC's work.

Whether you devote the whole day to digits or have a 60 minute maths session, your support really will count.

Register your school

How Number Day make a difference

By taking part in Number Day you can help us be there for more children who need us.

"I always feel better about myself after I’ve talked to ChildLine. It’s like one big family where I can speak my mind knowing I won’t be judged."
A ChildLine caller

ChildLine is just one of the many NSPCC services that your fundraising could support. Can we count on you to help?

More about our work

Working with Oxford University Press

Oxford University PressOxford University Press are supporting NSPCC Number Day for a 2nd year, helping to make maths meaningful for children across the UK.

For 2014, there are going to be lots of exciting activities for your school to choose from. These will be designed to suit children and young people, have clear links to the maths curriculum and help teachers choose activities that best suit the needs of their class.

Hear from other schools

"I chose to take part in NSPCC Number Day because it is such a worthwhile cause, especially as it's for children. The resources were excellent and ready-made. It was great to have the profile of maths raised for the day and the whole school involved in inter-school competitions whilst raising money for charity."
Sarah Imbush / Head of Maths

Got a question?

Yes that's fine. We encourage schools to take part on Friday 5 December but you can hold your Number Day on whichever day is most suitable for you.

Oxford University Press are supporting NSPCC Number Day this year and are working with us to develop some excellent maths based fundraising resources for your school.

These will be designed to suit children and young people from nursery through to age 18, have clear links to maths curriculum and to help teachers choose activities that best suit the needs of their class.

We will be producing a guide to working with your local media and a sample press release you can use.

Register now and your school will receive your fundraising pack and access to all the resources from the autumn term.

Yes, we will be producing a special PowerPoint assembly complete with teachers notes so you can tell you school why you have chosen to support the NSPCC and our important work.

Register now and we'll send you materials when they are ready.

Other ways to support us

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