Creative Maths has a positive impact on learning and teaching mathematics and statistics.

Impact summary


Video views

1468762 reads

Blog reads

49887 accounts

Student and teacher statistics accounts

7463 resources

Learning resources provided

2228 subscribers

Newsletter subscribers

Creative Maths has a positive social impact in the following ways:

School Visits

Through our school visits and events we have helped hundreds of children think of themselves as capable mathematicians. We aim to make a wider impact by inspiring and supporting their teachers.

Social Enterprise

Creative Maths is a social enterprise. This means profits are reinvested to allow us to develop additional materials and run activities to:

  • Empower all teachers to teach mathematics and statistics,
  • Help students at all levels to learn mathematics and statistics,
  • Provide families fun and educational activities, and
  • Educate citizens about important things like statistics.

  This estimate is based on 6,320,021 YouTube and Vimeo views (1,604,525 in the last year), and 54,749 subscribers. These values come from the video hosting sites we use and were last updated August 2019.

 This estimate is based on 2,156 followers of the blog and 1,468,762 blogpost views, as reported by WordPress August 2019.

 These values come directly from our user account system. We have had 45,207 single-year student accounts and 4,680 single-year teacher accounts from 302 schools. These values were last updated August 2019.

 This estimate is based on sales and giveaways of more than 2065 physical educational products, 1090 classroom posters, and 4305 other free educational resources. These figures were last updated August 2019.

 This value comes directly from our mailing list which had 2,228 subscribers, August 2019.

 This is a personal estimate based on the approximately 131 professional development sessions we have run up to August 2019.

 This estimate is based on our own records of more than 51 school visits, providing maths activities for students. This value was last updated August 2019.