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Bobby Seagull's projects

Bringing a love of learning to the masses

  • Date27 April 2020

Maths teacher, author, presenter and ambassador Bobby Seagull (BSc Economics & Mathematics, 2007) is trying to support families during this unprecedented time. From online maths lessons to family quizzes, he shares with us some of the projects he is involved with.


Facebook Live maths lessons with Bobby 10am every Monday, Wednesday & Friday for Key Stage 1, 2 & 3 respectively.

Maths Appeal

With fellow maths teacher Susan Okereke, Bobby releases maths puzzles. They also collaborate with Oxford maths tutor Dr Tom Crawford for GCSE Maths videos.

Home Festival Online

Set up by Strictly Come Dancing stars Oti Mabuse & Karen Hauer, Bobby teaches online classes on a range of subjects including maths, geography, history, science and more!


Bobby hosts bi-weekly quizzes on his YouTube channel to raise funds for the NHS. Wednesday 8pm is a football quiz and Saturday 8pm is a family friendly quiz! Subscribe to his YouTube channel for updates.


Read our recent interview with Bobby, where he tells us more about how he is using his profile to bring a love of learning to the masses.

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