Summer with Mathnasium

Summer maths programmes at Mathnasium keep maths skills strong.

During the summer, your child's maths skills are in danger of slipping. Summer maths tutoring at Mathnasium is the answer. Now available with extended Summer Sessions options at participating centres.

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We help children retain, expand and apply their maths skills

Mathnasium’s summer maths programme gives children what they need to catch up, keep up or get ahead on the maths they’ll be facing in autumn, with some fun summer maths activities built-in.

On Average Children Lose 2.7 Months of Maths Knowledge Over the Summer

Harvard Graduate School of Education

Changing Lives through Maths

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Mathnasium took the onus for maths instruction off our shoulders.

Jennifer, Mathnasium parent

Our Method Gets Results

The proven Mathnasium Method™ builds the foundation for maths mastery through deep understanding, with outcomes far superior to other summer maths programmes that rely on maths drills or rote memorisation. As students in the summer maths programme improve their comprehension, their excitement and confidence also grow, and they strengthen their natural love of learning.

  • Customised Learning Plan
  • Diagnostic Assessment
  • Teaching for Understanding
  • Expert Instructors teach Face-to-Face
  • Proprietary Curriculum
  • Summer Maths Camps


of parents report an improvement in their child’s maths skills and understanding



of parents report improved attitude toward maths after attending Mathnasium



of students saw an improvement in their school grades

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact your local Mathnasium Learning Centre with any questions you may have about our summer maths programmes. Here are some of the more common ones we get:

  • How can I prepare for the next term's maths over the summer?

    Building maths skills during the summer can be fun, challenging, and rewarding. Doing just a few minutes of maths daily can increase your retention and boost new skills to prepare for next year. Building confidence, practising, and preparing can all be successfully done with the help of summer maths programmes led by experienced tutors.

  • How can I practice maths at home over the summer?

    Practising maths should be fun and keep your interest piqued. The specific ways that work best for you depend on your knowledge, ability and school year group.

    Find ways to practice maths during everyday activities, whether playing maths games or going over practice problems online. Read short maths stories and play board games. One of the best things you can do is attend summer maths camps or enrol in summer maths programmes.

  • How can I help my child practice maths over the summer?

    Children learn through imitation, so if you are excited about maths at home, they will be.

    Inspire your child to welcome the challenge of new problems. Read books with your child that feature elements of maths, and play board games that require counting or strategising.

    Many apps and computer games gamify maths and are much more fun than sitting with a list of problems to solve. You can also enrol your child in summer maths tutoring programmes or summer maths camps.

  • How do I know if my child needs summer maths practice before the next school year begins?

    Look at the final report or exam results your child received. How does maths compare to other subjects? Also, does your child speak negatively about maths? In either case, you may want to get them some extra summer maths help.

    Since every year of maths builds upon what was previously learned, chances are good your child will continue to struggle if they are struggling now. Summer maths tutoring experts can help your child benefit from summer maths practice, whether they are below, in line with or above their peers.

  • What are some options for studying maths in the summer?

    Attending summer maths camps and participating in summer maths help sessions are great options. Both help students retain and embed information so they don’t lose what they learned during the school year.

    These are also excellent ways to build a strong foundation of maths mastery that will last through the rest of their academic career and beyond. Every child can benefit from summer maths help, regardless of whether they are struggling, on par, or advanced.

  • How can I keep my maths skills sharp over the summer?

    Keep using them! Incorporate maths into everyday tasks. Take advantage of technology, download maths apps and don’t ignore maths practice websites; there are some good ones out there. Consider signing up for summer maths camps or enrolling in summer maths programmes. This will hone your maths skills in an enjoyable way.

  • What are some fun ways to practice maths during summer break?

    There are so many unexpected ways to have fun while doing maths! Go shopping and compare prices, calculate sales and discounts and add up costs for multiple items. Watch sports and keep stats on your favourite players or teams. Start a little summer business and get some practice with money. All of these activities will sharpen your skills.

  • What happens during the initial assessment at Mathnasium?

    At Mathnasium, we understand that assessments can sometimes feel stressful for students. That’s why we take a personalised and engaging approach to each assessment. We start by building rapport with your child, giving them a short centre tour and setting expectations.

    We conduct both a verbal and written assessment to identify your child’s strengths and areas for improvement as well as to gain a true understanding of how each student approaches and thinks about maths. More importantly, our assessments don’t feel like a test – we will interact and encourage your child to ensure they feel comfortable and confident.

  • How are assessments different from exams given in school?

    Our assessments are different from exams given in school because they are designed to identify your student's strengths and weaknesses in maths so we can create a personalised learning plan that meets their unique needs and goals. Tests in school, on the other hand, are designed to evaluate your child’s understanding of a particular topic.

    It's important for your child to understand that we’re not here to evaluate their performance or compare them to their peers. Our focus is on helping them achieve their full potential.


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Mathnasium helps students:
  • Retain their maths knowledge
  • Explore maths beyond the school curriculum
  • Apply maths in fun creative ways that they'll never forget
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