Mathletics User Information

Each child at Deepcar St John's has their own username for the maths website Mathletics


This is an award winning interactive site that aims to improve pupils maths skills through fun activities linked to the UK National Curriculum.

This website can be accessed from any computer.

Aspects of Mathletics are:     

  • Learning activities linked to all areas of maths.
  • Learning is individual -  At their own pace, children can complete activities they would like to do or complete
    activities set by their teachers. If the activities set are too easy or too hard this can be adjusted to meet your child's ability.
  • Children can choose an animated teacher that will explain any concept to the child in a step-by-step tutorial.
  • Live Mathletics - Improving mental maths skills by answering questions against the clock, whilst competing against other children from all around the world. Also children can invite their friends at school to compete against them.
  • Problem solving games 
  • Times tables toons - Children can learn their times tables through these fun, animated songs.
  • Rainforest maths - Activities suitable for foundation stage and key stage 1 aged children.
  • Concept search - Children can use the Mathletics dictionary to find out what different mathematical vocabulary means. 
  • Clear charts to show pupils their strengths and areas for improvement - A pupil can complete any activity as many times as they would like. 
  • Parents can take an active role in their child's maths progress by playing Mathletics with their child at home while also being able to see their child's weekly report, clearly showing their strengths and weaknesses. (See link at the bottom of the page to sign up for this FREE service - 'Monitor your child's Mathletics progress through YOUR email')
  • Teachers can see how children in their class have performed on the activities they have completed - this information can then be used to help children improve on the areas for improvement.
  • Individual profiles - Children receive points for each activity they complete. The more correct answers – the more points. Certificates are granted when a student earns 1000 points or more within one week. Children initially earn a Bronze Certificate, then a Silver Certificate once five Bronzes have been earned.  With four Silver Certificates, a children then receives the much-coveted Gold Certificate, demonstrating their long-term
    commitment to improving their maths knowledge at home. 

If your child has forgotten their username and or password, please see your class teacher.