Maths Week Scotland 2019
Join the maths fun!
Sumdog’s Maths Week Scotland Contest is back!
Maths Week Scotland is a Government initiative to celebrate the importance of maths in our everyday lives and encourage a positive attitude towards maths for students, teachers and parents.
To get involved with Maths Week Scotland, join Sumdog’s Maths Week Contest to compete against classes from across the country and have the chance to win great prizes.
The contest is running from 27th September to 3rd October but you can get started now to familiarise your pupils with the games!
How to take part
- Sign up for a free account, or log in if you’re already registered. Simply click on the ‘Contests’ button and select the Maths Week Scotland Contest. Still not sure if you should take part? Watch our contest video to hear how other schools have benefited.
- Pupils start playing! All of the questions are tailored to each pupil’s individual level, giving everyone a fair chance of winning.
- The winning class will be the class with the most accurate scores over the week. You will receive a 6 month subscription to Sumdog’s premium features, including teacher tools and extra activities! Sumdog goodies will also be given to runner up classes.
Win a visit to Sumdog HQ
Ever wondered where Sumdog was created?
For the first time ever, we’re offering the Maths Week Scotland contest winning class exclusive access to our Sumdog office for an afternoon of fun.
Join us for lunch, meet the team and be presented with your shiny Sumdog trophy!
2018 Contest Highlights
Sumdog’s free online maths contests are a fun way to motivate your pupils as they compete against other classes and schools, locally or nationally.
After a successful 2018, we can’t wait to make this year even bigger and better! Take a look at our 2018 highlights:
- “It was an absolute highlight of our year“
- 78,624 pupils
- 5,658 classes
- 20 million questions
- 16 million correct answers
- 31 minutes per pupil spent practising maths
Spread the word!
Download our poster
Print it off and post it around your school to get pupils and teachers involved!
Join the conversation
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Read the blog
Find out what 2018 winners thought of the Maths Week Scotland contest.