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Matific searches for young UK maths champions

The primary school maths resource provider is offering schools up to £50,000 in prizes in a new competition

Posted by Julian Owen | January 12, 2018 | Events

Primary school maths resource provider, Matific, has launched its UK Maths Games competition for schools. The competition is open to all schools across the UK, following a previous successful run in Australia and the US.

Online primary maths resource Matific, is designed around the national curriculum, using problem-solving activities to “achieve maths mastery”. The competition is based on collecting stars for each activity completed, with the challenge being to finish with the highest average of the number of stars collected.

Open to entries from all schools with students from reception to Year 6 students, the competition gives schools the chance to win more than £50,000 in cash and prizes, with the first prize being £1,000 cash and £2,000 worth of products. In addition to the school prize, participating classes have more than 20 chances to win prizes of up to £1,000.

From 1 March, all registered schools can access the Matific math’s resource free of charge.

For full prize details and to register for entry free of charge, teachers and schools should visit:

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