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Resources to support personal numeracy skills development

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Resources to support personal numeracy skills development

The Mathcentre website may prove useful for Skills for Life teachers and supporters wishing to develop or consolidate their personal numeracy skills.

The Mathcentre website has a range of free, downloadable leaflets, revision booklets and teach yourself resources covering a wide range of maths topics.

About Mathcentre

Mathcentre is managed by a group of people who run university maths support centres, who teach maths, and who design new media products for learning. They come from the Universities of Loughborough, Leeds and Coventry, from the Educational Broadcasting Services Trust, and from UK Learning and Teaching Support Networks.

Mathcentre has been established to deliver mathematics support materials, free of charge, to students, teachers, lecturers and everyone looking for post-16 maths help, including those.

Visit the Mathcentre website

View more maths resources to help you develop your personal numeracy skills.

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