Abacus - help every child achieve mastery in maths

Inspire confidence and a love of maths - and help every child achieve mastery

Abacus is a unique maths toolkit that’s carefully crafted to help you inspire a genuine love of maths and help every child master the maths curriculum.

  • See how Abacus supports teaching for masteryGives you freedom when you want it, and structure where you choose it, to support you to teach for mastery.
  • Brilliantly combines beautifully designed digital resources with workbooks and textbooks to capture children’s interest and inspire a genuine love of maths.
  • Mapped to a selection of rich mathematical tasks from NRICH to deepen children’s understanding and provide opportunities for mastery with greater depth.
  • Contains clever assessment tools to help you track children’s attainment and their progress towards Age Related Expectations.
  • Built on educational best practice by a team of expert authors who understand the realities of teaching and learning in a UK classroom.

See how Abacus supports teaching for mastery. 

Over 80% of teachers say that Abacus contributes significantly to children’s engagement, enjoyment and fluency in the fundamentals of maths Next Steps   

 

Live outside the UK?

  • International schools can buy the international edition of Abacus from Pearson Global Schools here.

 

*Survey run by Pearson measuring impact of Abacus on 95 teachers who have used Abacus for over a year.

 

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Service includes:

Online toolkit
Consisting of online planning tool, plan ideas and activities, teaching tools and interactive activities, assessment tools and tests - and more.

Online pupil world
Consisting of maths practice games, speaking and listening activities, problem-solving activities, rewards and avatars.

Workbooks and Textbooks

Progress and Assess tests (incl. new end-of-year tests) 

Professional Development

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Customer Review:

"Teachers are looking forward to teaching maths - perhaps more than any other subject."

- Deputy Headteacher,
The Cathedral School of
St. Saviour and St. Mary Overy

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