Full of words and empty promises, so often is the case when it comes to businesses and what they can offer you.
You’re promised the world and end up with merely a loss of time, money, energy and patience.
So, forget the words, we’re here with the data. Proof that what we’re offering to your school works. We’re under no illusion that we can give you the world, but what we can give you is something that does what it’s meant to and is good at it.
This is Maths on the Move (MOTM).
We evaluated the impact of MOTM during the 2018-19 academic year. This is what we found.
During each MOTM session, children complete 5 questions at the start of the lesson and 5 questions at the end of the lesson. Their scores are collected and the average results across all the schools are shown below.
Confidence in Maths
The children were asked to self-assess their perceived confidence when faced with a maths question. Scale 1-10 (1 – low, 10 – high).
On average, the children increased their confidence scores by 32%. The average pre-course confidence score was 5.84 and the average post course confidence score was 7.71
Before the programme, 21% of the children gave themselves low confidence scores (1-3) and after the programme there were only 5.3% of the children giving themselves low confidence scores.
Before the programme, 29.6% of the children considered themselves to be highly confident (scores 8-10) and after the programme this had increased to 60.2%.
Promises don’t get us anywhere and they certainly don’t get you anywhere. Proof, on the other hand, that’s a different story. And we have heaps of the stuff.