Mathematics is taught in schools
to help us to solve problems and to be logical. We
learn maths to help us when we grow up. Adults use
maths all the time in their jobs as well as in everyday
life. They need a knowledge of maths every time they
do the shopping, catch a bus, cook a meal or do D.I.Y.
around the house for example. Although the Maths curriculum
covers time, volume and capacity, measuring, shape
and money, as well as working with numbers, our web
site concentrates on number work.