The March Maths Challenge 2020 is a fun and free online maths competition, contested by Mathletics schools from across the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia!
We are excited to invite all Mathletics-subscribed schools to join us in inspiring students to love learning through our numeracy competition! A fantastic and exciting way to build engagement in maths, using the award-winning Mathletics platform.
The competition will run for one week, seeing students compete in live, multi-player challenges plus answering self-paced adaptive maths curriculum questions, all using Mathletics. Prizes are awarded to the top 3 schools, based on the highest average of participation points.
The first placed school will receive £500 / €500 / $650 / R9,000 (appropriate to your subscription currency) towards your Mathletics subscription renewal or additional licences, or against any other 3P Learning resource.
The second placed school will receive £250/ €250/ $330 R4,500 (appropriate to your subscription currency) towards your Mathletics subscription renewal or additional licences, or against any other 3P Learning resource.
The third placed school will receive £100 / €100 / $130 / R1,800 (appropriate to your subscriptioncurrency) towards your Mathletics subscription renewal or additional licences, or against any other 3P Learning resource.
This competition is open to UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia schools with a Mathletics subscription. Schools must be registered for the competition to be eligible for prizes.
Winners will be determined by the highest average of total participation points in a school. This will be calculated by taking the total number of participation points divided by the total number of registered students in the school.
To allow fair competition between schools of different sizes, class points are calculated on an “average points per student” basis. For example, a school of 500 registered students scores a total of 1,000,000 points during the competition. Their league table ranking would be based on an average of 2,000 points per student.
Points from Live Mathletics and Curriculum Activities will be awarded to students individually and are only recorded throughout the competition period listed below:
Monday March 2nd 00:01am (UTC) – Competition opens
Sunday March 8th 11:59pm (UTC) – Competition ends
Students earn 1 point per correct answer, or 2 points if they have selected their bonus level.
By completing activities in the ‘Learn’ area, students earn 10 points per correct answer, with a maximum of 300 points from any individual activity during the competition period.
The 1st place school will receive £500/ €500/ $650/ R9,000 off their Mathletics renewal, plus Mathletics goodies including a trophy, posters and wristbands. There are also prizes for 2nd and 3rd place schools.
Once the March Maths Challenge 2020 has ended, all results will be verified by the Mathletics team. Upon completion of verification, the winners will be announced on the Challenge website and via email. All results as determined by the Mathletics team are final.
Registration officially closes on March 1st 2020.
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