Number Day 2018

Join schools across the UK on 2 February 2018 for our maths-inspired fundraising day.

A huge thank you to all the schools who registered to take part this year.

The Number Day resources page will stay online until the end of March.

For any queries, please email

How you'll make a difference

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With the help of teachers, parents and children in schools across the UK, we can continue our work to fight for every childhood. The money you raise will support Childline and our many other services.

Thanks to our partners

Man Group logo

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.

"We at Man AHL are very proud that the Man Charitable Trust supports the NSPCC’s Number Day, which plays a key role in promoting enthusiastic attitudes towards numeracy among children and young people in the UK. Together with the wider charitable activities of the NSPCC, Number Day underscores the Man Charitable Trust’s focus on numeracy and literacy, and its commitment to charities which work to transform the lives of the most disadvantaged in our society."
Antoine Forterre / Co-CEO of Man AHL

Oxford University Press logo

Oxford University Press has once again teamed up with the NSPCC to produce some additional, exciting Number Day activities.

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

"Oxford University Press is delighted to be supporting the NSPCC's Number Day for the third year running. This initiative is a fantastic way of making maths meaningful to all, regardless of age or ability. It also helps to raise awareness among pupils, teachers and parents of the incredible work delivered by the NSPCC."
Heather Atkinson / Marketing Director, UK Education

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