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Striving for the best

At The Abacus Club, we believe that every child has the ability to be good at maths. What your child needs is the right approach and learning environment. We place great emphasis on the enjoyment factor, whilst striving to enhance your child’s numeracy skills.  Your child will find maths enjoyable, fun, interesting, intriguing, and rewarding.

Our dedication to striving for the best is evident from the past two years maths results administered nationally to Year 2 children in the UK.  Children who have been studying with The Abacus Club have performed excellently.  36% of our year 2 students obtained scaled scores of 114 or 115 out of 115 in 2017.  The standardised passing score is 100.
% of top 1 percentile performers KS1 2017 Maths
% of children passing KS1 2017 Maths SATs
% of top 1 percentile performers KS1 2016 Maths
% of children passing KS1 2016 Maths SATs
What can your child achieve?

A sample of vidoes showing how learning the soroban helps your child mental computations.

Why our programmes

Hands-on tool

Learn maths through a hands-on counting tool called Japanese abacus


Allow your child to start at any time and at the own pace and highly adaptable to accommodate different learning styles

Increased concentration

Help children's concentration span, listening, and reading skills

Compliment maths curriculum

Reinforces maths curriculum taught at primary schools


    Our programmes are suitable for children of any maths levels from ages 4 and above. Whether you feel your child needs more of a challenge or you just want your child to feel confident in keeping up with their peers, The Abacus Club is results-driven.

    Mode of learning

    Online learning

    Distance learning

    Classroom learning

    Face to face sessions

    Teachers’ training

    Abacus teacher training

    Our motivation

    The underlying motivation of The Abacus Club is to explore the fun aspects of numbers and maths. We want children to feel comfortable with numbers and explore numbers as part of their everyday lives. We believe that providing children with the confident to deal with numbers at an early stage of their lives will boost their ability to excel in other academic subjects.



    General Updates

    12-week Maths Booster at Crossdale Primary School

    January 20, 2019

    This 12-week Maths Booster will be run by Mrs Phoenix.  Please click on the link to see Sample pages Maths Booster for 6 to 8 years old

    Dementia Prevention Project

    Active mind workshop as part of Dementia Prevention Project

    January 9, 2019

    Completed another round of abacus sessions for elderly as part of Dementia Prevention Project sponsored by Nottinghamshire County Council. The group w...

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