New! Whole-School Maths: Times’ Tables Trattoria

21st May 2022News, School Workshops

Through sheer head work, Trevi Times made his dream come true – by opening his own Italian restaurant, Times’ Tables Trattoria! But with his team of chefs wasting too much food (and spending too much money), that dream is on the verge of turning into a nightmare. If only there were some children who could … Read More

Maths Programmes for Primary Schools in Scotland – Live Streamed & In-Person Workshops and Pre-Recorded Maths Resource Packages

10th Apr 2021News, School Workshops

As schools begin the process of re-opening their doors to pupils, initially from selected year groups, we know teachers are looking once again for the high quality and engaging creative learning programmes that As Creatives can offer – but in the knowledge that safety is paramount. So we wanted to reassure you that we have … Read More

Learning and Lentils – Maths Week Scotland – Jackson Kavanagh

18th Sep 2018Blog, News

I’ve made many visits to Scotland over the last couple of years, taking as creatives’ learning programmes to primary and secondary schools in Clydebank, Cumbernauld, Dundee, Dunfermline, Glasgow (lots of trips to Glasgow!), Johnstone, Kilmarnock, Langholm, Paisley, Renfrew and Troon. As part of our ambition to promote creativity in education, we’ve developed the Five C’s. … Read More

CSI: Maths Workshops – EYFS – KS4

4th Jul 2018News, School Workshops

Combining murder mysteries and problem solving, CSI: Maths is one of our best selling programmes in primary and secondary schools across the UK – offering pupils an opportunity to apply their skills in, and understanding of shape and measurement in a unique environment.   CSI: Storyland (EYFS, KS1) With the help of the elves, the Shoemaker’s fortunes have been restored – … Read More

Case Study: The Pirate’s Challenge!

1st Apr 2018Case Studies, News

A one-form entry school in Bolton, Edgworth has a House system that encourages children of different ages to work and socialise together, developing relationships across year groups. So when they were planning a Maths Day where pupils would work in House groups rather than in their normal classes, they asked us if there was a … Read More