Parents’ involvement in the education of their children has been identified nationally as a major
contributory factor in overall levels of attainment in school.
Noalot provides parents with a system to ensure their child has the best chance to develop strong maths skills. Noalot complements work done at school and enlightens parents to the process.
You can support your child's developing maths skills by providing opportunities for them to explore number concepts at home.
Noalot enables your child to gain a thorough knowledge and understanding of primary school maths. This creates the solid foundation necessary for your child to succeed at secondary level and beyond.
Maths is key to your child's future. Knowing how and when to provide support is a gift with lasting benefits.
Currently, many children struggle with maths. Noalot aims to strengthen the maths skills of every child, at all levels and help children to enjoy and seek out maths in their everyday lives.
Strong numeracy skills strengthen economies and greatly improve individuals' chances in life.
‘Personal maturity is a pre-requisite for effective parenting’ Gina Ferriter
Gina Ferriter Noalot Founder
Gina has over 25 years experience working with young children. In 1987 she established her own very highly rated and successful early years Montessori school which she still runs today. For the past 10 years she has also taught primary school children, particularly those needing extra support or accelerated learning opportunities.
Gina has a BA Hons. degree, is a qualified Montessori teacher and has an additional teaching qualification which enables her to design programmes of learning for children with specific learning requirements.
Gina lives in London with her husband and together they have raised three children, now young adults, - the eldest with a double Masters from Imperial College London, the second a junior doctor in London, and the youngest achieved a double first from Oxford University; moreover, each following their chosen paths and becoming strong contributors to society. Strong outcomes are enabled by the development of personal resilience and equal respect for oneself and others.
Engaging with your child’s learning requires effort, time, interest and good humour.
Muireann Feiriteur Educational Advisor
Muireann has a B.Ed (Hons) degree and has been teaching primary school children for the most of 30 years. Her teaching experience extends throughout the primary years age group i.e. ages 4 – 12 years. She is currently Deputy Head at her school which has received an excellent inspection report – “the quality of learning and teaching is of a very high standard”.
Muireann lives with her husband and young daughter on their farm in County Kerry, Ireland.