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Times Tables Rock Stars was created by Bruno Reddy, a secondary maths teacher with a huge passion to ignite a love of maths in his pupils. Back in 2010, he noticed that many children were arriving at his school without the basics in maths and, worse, a downbeat attitude towards their own mathematical ability. Multiplicative reasoning was their biggest weakness and perversely, was also the single biggest theme underpinning GCSE maths, so he decided to tackle the perennial issue of youngsters not knowing their times tables.
Armed with a blow-up guitar and a wig, he played rock music at the beginning of each maths lesson and encouraged his pupils to answer quick-fire times tables questions. This “little and often” approach in a fun and engaging way, quickly started to deliver results. After a pupil suggested that he turn it into an app, Times Tables Rock Stars (named after being called a ‘rock star’ for washing up the dirty mugs) was born!
Following repeated requests from teachers to develop a similar programme for addition, subtraction and number bonds, ‘NumBots’ was released in 2019.
Now used by over 17,000 schools and over 100,000 households, Times Tables Rock Stars and NumBots are helping millions of children across the world to develop their understanding, recall and fluency in basic maths.