Number Day 2020

Number Day 2020 registrations are now closed and we thank everyone who took part!

Register your interest for 2021!

It's maths, but not as you know it!

You can pay in any money raised using the details in your welcome letter. Please also take a note of next years’ Number Day which will take place on Friday 5th February 2021.

For any queries, please email us at numberday@nspcc.org.uk.

 

 

Raise money for Number Day and receive a Buddy for the classroom!

To say thank you to our amazing supporters, and celebrate Number Day’s 20th birthday, we’re offering some prizes for the best fundraisers.

For all primary schools who raise at least £500, we’ll send an inflatable Buddy – our Speak Out Stay Safe mascot, who would make the perfect addition to any classroom. And for schools who manage an impressive £2,000 or more, we’ll make sure you receive a large fluffy Buddy.

For post-primary schools who raise £500, we would like to offer a free place on our Child Protection for Schools Training online course – and if you achieve over £2,000 in funds we can offer five free places on this course.

To claim your gift, simply pay in any money raised through your Number Day event by 10th July 2020. We wish you every success in your fundraising and thank you for signing up to take part.

Watch the Number Day video

Plan your Number Day


From Early Years through to KS4, we'll provide schools that register with everything you need to make your Number Day a success. Our activities and resources can be used in class or by the whole school.

You'll get:

    • resources you can use in class
    • fundraising tips and ideas to help pupils and teachers raise money
    • maths activities for children of all ages
    • printed posters to promote your event
    • access to teacher resources to keep children safe from harm, supporting your school's safeguarding.

Please note: After you register, you'll receive your welcome letter and posters and have access to our online resources.

"The pupils love it, and it builds motivational attitudes towards mathematics while ensuring all pupils know how to contact Childline if they need it. Thank you."
Head of Maths, Lancashire

Thanks to our partners

The Man Charitable Trust is Man Group’s philanthropic trust, which focuses its grant giving on literacy, numeracy and programmes that help disadvantaged people.

Its work helps disadvantaged people engage with education and build the
necessary skills to improve their life
chances and employment prospects. 

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Oxford University Press has once again teamed up with the NSPCC to provide exciting Number Day activities.

These have been designed to have clear links to the maths curriculum and also put the fun into fundraising!

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Maths on Toast is the family maths charity.Maths on toast

We want everyone to feel that maths is something they can do, and enjoy – so we're on a mission to give all families creative, human, social experiences of maths.