Dr Jamie Frost has taught maths for 7 years; he was previously a PhD student at Oxford University (winning a Teaching Excellence Prize), prior to which he coded trading algorithms for an investment bank. His teaching resources have been downloaded 4 million times with 5 million page views a month. He was recently a Gold winner at the National Teaching Awards, and appeared on BBC2 in October on 'Britain's Classroom Heroes'. His passion is to to inspire and engage all maths learners across the ability spectrum and regardless of financial background, and both his resources and online platform continue to be completely free to all.

In these CPD events, Dr Frost will provide a practical workshop for teachers to get to grips with the DrFrostMaths online learning platform, as well as highlighting some of the key resources on the site (including in-class videos of teaching ideas). This will include a tutorial on getting started, as well as a look at functionality for setting homeworks/formal assessments, managing schemes of work, analysing/exporting assessment data and organising and creating worksheets. There will also be an exploration of case scenarios with regards to how the platform can be used for intervention, mentoring programmes, whole-year examinations, competitions and usage within lessons. The day will finish with a game of 'Dr Frost Live!', involving all attendees!

All attendees are strongly encouraged to bring a laptop. It will also help to register with if possible in advance of the day. The workshop is designed to be suitable for those with differing (including no) experience of the DFM platform. There will also be opportunity for feedback on the platform, noting that many of the features on DFM are the result of requests at such workshops.

For any queries, please contact

Tour Locations available for Booking

Sadly, for obvious reasons, I have had to cancel all upcoming DFM on Tour! events. I will be posting details of some free 'virtual' events soon.

DateCityHostCostGet Tickets
Wed 9th Oct 2019DoncasterHill House School£15 (includes lunch)Event Info
Mon 8th June 2020Kuala LumpurBritish School of Kuala LumpurCancelled
Tue 9th June 2020Kuala LumpurNexus International SchoolCancelled
Wed 10th June 2020PenangPrince of Wales International SchoolCancelled
Thur 11th June 2020SingaporeDover Court International SchoolCancelled
Fri 12th June 2020BangkokShrewsbury International SchoolCancelled
Wed 17th June 2020OxfordSt Edward's School*£10Cancelled
Thu 25th June 2020LondonDulwich College*£5Cancelled
Wed 1st July 2020ManchesterUrmston Grammar SchoolTBCCancelled
Wed 8th July 2020BirminghamKing Edward VI Aston SchoolTBCCancelled
Fri 10th July 2020ExeterWest Exe School*TBCCancelled

* Events indicated with a * include a talk from broadcaster and author Simon Singh, author of Fermat's Last Theorem and The Simpsons and their Mathematical Secrets.

His books will be available for purchase and signing.

Past Tour Locations

Thu 7th Nov 2018LondonTiffin SchoolEvent Info
Thu 2nd May 2019JerseyHautlieu School-
Mon 17th June 2019ManchesterCheadle Hulme SchoolEvent Info
Mon 1st July 2019LondonHarris Academy St John's WoodEvent Info
Tue 2nd July 2019LondonDulwich CollegeEvent Info
Mon 8th July 2019Birmingham*King Edward VI Aston SchoolEvent Info

Can you host an event?

I am grateful to schools to offer to host such events. Costs are kept to a minimum in order to make the events either free or £10 for attendees, in order to encourage a large attendance as possible. The events typically take place just after lunch to avoid food expenses, although provision of tea/coffee would be a bonus. I do not aim to profit from these events and I only claim a small amount, if anything at all, to compensate for loss of income. These events are usually scheduled for mid-May onwards, when study leave would have started for many students, to minimise disruption. If you wish to discuss, including potential international visits, please contact

As a thank you to hosting schools, I offer to give a talk of up to an hour to a large student group at your school (e.g. a year group), with an exploration of 5 mathematical problems I have encountered in real-life situations (with audience participation!), a history of DrFrostMaths (including a bit about my life experiences), and how to make the most of the platform for independent study.

Event booking is usually done via the EventBrite platform. This means I can easily set up the booking system for you; the only input required from your finance team is to provide details that allows ticket payments to be transferred directly to your school. I choose hosts based on how strategic their location is, as well as the capacity offered. Attendance at the Dulwich, Manchester and Birmingham 2019 events for example were 145, 80 and 100 respectively.