Numeracy for All
"My aim is to empower young children with early tools necessary for future adaptations in the numerate world. For this reason, I am focusing on football grounds, town centres, and primary schools, as a starting point for my project." - Arinze Edward Oranye
Arinze Oranye donated his maths workbooks to Paringdon Youth Under 11 Football Club (PUMAS) as part of his numeracy for all initiative.
Arinze Edward Oranye had a productive meeting with the chair, Education Select Committee, House of Commons, United Kingdom Hon. Robert Halfon, who is also the MP for Harlow.
Arinze Oranye's numeracy drive took him to charity shops in Harlow. He donated a sizeable number of his KS1 and KS2 Numeracy workbooks (Preparation Workbook1(5 - 7) and Preparation Workbook 2
(8 - 10) to St Elizabeth's Charity shop in Harlow. Below is a picture of a worker at St Elizabeth's charity shop in Bush Fair area of Harlow holding a workbook.