I am a Reader in the Mathematics Education Centre at Loughborough University. I carry out research into the development of maths skills and understanding. I also have three young children and am fascinated in watching how they learn new skills.
I am a research fellow in the Mathematics Education Centre and I’m interested in the skills that help children in the early stages of number learning.
Hi, I’m Jayne. I have wide research interests including how things like attention and memory affect numerical reasoning. Outside of work my hobbies include films, books, puzzles, board games, country walks and writing. I’ve written a novel, and I’m currently designing a board game.
I am currently studying an undergraduate degree in Social Psychology. I am looking forward to meeting you all! Hopefully this will lead to some interesting findings on how children’s mathematical abilities develop.
Hi! I’m Felicity and I am in my third year at Loughborough University studying Social Psychology. I am very excited to be a part of this research and I can’t wait to meet you.
Hi my name is Hattie and I’m a second year Psychology student. I am really looking forward to meeting you!
I’m Jade and I am an undergraduate student studying Psychology. I really enjoy learning about children’s behaviour, so I am very excited to be involved in this research!
I am a second year undergraduate student studying Psychology, I am interested in child development and cannot wait to see how the ‘Number Start’ project is going to help advance children’s numeracy skills. I look forward to meeting you!
Hi! I am an enthusiastic Social Psychology undergraduate, who cannot wait to get started with such a brilliant opportunity and engage with all involved!
Hello! My name is Charlotte and I am a research assistant at the Mathematics Education Centre. I studied Social Psychology and love that I am continuing to learn about the human mind.
Hello. I am Amy Bennett and I am a PhD student at Loughborough University. My PhD work looks into the maths activities parents do with their children at home and how these can improve maths performance.