Maths — No Problem! Accredited School Programme

See maths mastery in action with the Accredited School Programme.

Wondering what maths mastery looks like in schools like yours? The MNP Accredited School Programme connects you to stand-out schools experienced in the Maths — No Problem! approach to maths mastery. It gives you a chance to see mastery in action and learn how schools like yours make it happen — year after year.

Ready to get started?

There are two primary ways to connect with Accredited Schools:

  • Open Days (UK): visit select Accredited Schools and see first-hand how they implement the Maths — No Problem! programme at the class- and school-wide levels. Open Days are currently only available in the UK, but the programme will be going international soon!
  • Consultancy Services: connect with Accredited Schools to receive support and guidance on how to implement MNP in your school.

Learn more about becoming an Accredited School

Find an Accredited School near you

  

Aragon Primary School, Morden
Large primary school of 650~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Belleville Primary School, London
Large primary school of 900~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Brimsdown Primary School, Enfield
Large primary school of 650~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

IQRA Primary School, London
Small primary school of 250~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Sandringham Primary School, London
Large primary school of 1000~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Three Bridges Primary School, Southall
Inner-city primary school of 450~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Eye Church of England Primary School, Peterborough
Primary school of 400~ pupils. Rated by Ofsted as “Good.”

Parkfield Community School, Birmingham
Large primary school of 700~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

World’s End Junior School, Birmingham
Three-form entry junior school of 300~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Liphook Federation School, Hampshire
Three-form entry school of 630~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

St Luke’s Primary School, Hampshire
Small village primary school of 150~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Saltdean Primary School, Brighton
Three-form entry primary school of 500~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Southborough Church of England Primary School, Tunbridge Wells
Large primary school of 630~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Stanton St Quintin Primary School, Chippenham
Rural primary school of 100~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

St John’s Church of England First School, Dorset
First school of 150~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding”.

Wellington Prep School, Somerset
Independent primary school of 230~ pupils. Achieved ‘Excellence’ via the Independent Schools Inspectorate report.

Manley Park Primary School, Manchester
Two-form primary inner city school of 500~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Orrell Lamberhead Green Academy, Wigan
Primary school of 500~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Our Lady of Pity, Wirral
Primary school of 420~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School, Wirral
Small primary school of 200~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

St Bridget’s Church of England Primary, Wirral
Primary school of 400~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

St Bede’s Junior School, Widnes
Primary Catholic school of 300~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Selby Community Primary School, Selby
Primary school of 300~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Chiswick House School, Malta
Largest independent school in Malta of 1600~ pupils


 

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