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How can we tackle maths anxiety?

Written by Jill Cornish, Editorial Director of Primary Maths and Derry Richardson, Head of Professional Development, Oxford University Press.

With one in ten children in the UK suffering from “despair and rage” when learning maths and 33 percent of 15- to 16-year-olds reporting that they got very tense when they had to complete maths homework, a blog featured in TES shows how we need to address the entrenched maths anxiety pupils feel.

The blog included some research results from two of our impact studies on OUP Mathematical resources demonstrating how the right educational resources and learning methods can build confidence and have a positive impact on pupil enjoyment of mathematics.

Read the blog

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