Helping with maths and stats

Maths and statistics can sometimes seem confusing, like everyone knows the secret but you. We aim to break down the barriers to learning for you so that you feel confident and to help you understand.

We’ve got loads of resources (in a variety of learning formats) available to help you out.

Primary School Learners

The Cat Pack

The cats are out of the bag and what fun!

For more fun things to do with your cat cards, explore our free resources.

The Dragon Games

Fun, variety and lots of dragons.

Become the Champion Dragon Wrangler.

For more fun things to do with your dragon cards, explore our free resources.

Skip Counting

Dr Nic's skip counting is surprisingly fun.

Spiral Maker

Have fun with our colourful spiral maker. Choose an angle and see the spiral emerge. Try 91, try 81. Find the one you like best.

It's really fun and cool that it's using maths but you don't really know that it's maths as you are playing.

Year 6 student

St Mary's School

Secondary School Learners

Statistics Learning Centre offers learning support for all statistics NCEA standards, Level 1 to 3. Videos help to clarify concepts, quizzes consolidate understanding and step-by-steps guide you through processes.

Creative Maths YouTube Channel provides videos to help with tricky statistics concepts.

Dragonistics data cards are a fun hands-on way to learn about statistics and other parts of mathematics.


Thank you so much. You just saved me for my upcoming stats exam.

Tina Hii

Tertiary Learners

Creative Maths statistics videos have helped thousands of tertiary students.  They are designed for introductory statistics courses across a range of subjects such as business, psychology, medicine.

Our free statistics videos are available through our YouTube channel. Paid access to all of our videos is through Vimeo and Statistics Learning Centre.

Creative Maths’ well-respected blog Learn and Teach Mathematics and Statistics with Dr Nic provides useful advice and discussion for tertiary learners and their teachers.


Great video's on this channel; I'm going to recommend them to my MBA students at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.

J.H. van der Zwan