Liverpool Maths Party

Last year’s Maths Party was so successful it was trending across social media across the region (#LiverpoolMathsParty) and was featured in the Liverpool Echo.

Councillor Nick Small, Cabinet member for education and skills, said: “Liverpool schools have made massive progress over the last decade and exam results have improved immensely, but maths results lag behind those in English.

“Good numeracy skills are an increasingly important part of many skilled jobs and essential to everyday life as an adult. If you can’t do maths then you won’t be able to understand your payslips and bills, or get the best shopping deals.

“The maths party is about making numeracy accessible and fun and showing that is not just about what you do in maths lessons.”