Help your class achieve maths mastery and win a share of £50,000 

 

Primary schools across the UK are invited to enter the Matific UK Games

 

Schools are switching to Matific for a step by step problem solving approach to maths mastery. The UK Matific Games competition is the perfect approach to maths mastery; students are encouraged through practical play, exploration and discussion.

 

Now, Matific is giving all schools across the UK free access to the resource for two weeks. During this time the challenge is for schools to carry out as many of the problem-solving activities as possible. Each activity wins a star and the school with the most stars wins a share of £50,000 in cash and prizes.

 

There are also monetary and resource prizes for runners up in each year group.

 

Register here today to win!

 

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Online primary maths resource Matific is designed around the national curriculum, using problem solving activities to achieve maths mastery. Not only do 9 out of 10 teachers say they would recommend Matific to their colleagues, but independent university research has revealed that Matific helped improve students' test results by 34 percent.

 

Open for entries from today for all schools with students from reception to Year 6, the competition gives schools the chance to win more than £50,000 in cash and prizes, with the first prize being £1000 cash and £2000 worth of products. In addition to the school prize, participating classes have more than 20 chances to win prizes of up to £1000!

 

Matific lets you set personalised work for each student, group or class. Its modularity complements the curriculum, allowing you to select the relevant content each week. Explore Matific's library of hundreds of interactive and playful activities called ‘episodes’. Discover the award-winning pedagogy that earned Matific the endorsement of teachers worldwide.

 

For a chance to win and full prize details and to register for entry free of charge, teachers and schools should click here 

 

Testimonials Chris Denney, ICT co-ordinator and Year 6 teacher at Grove Park Primary, Sittingbourne, Kent I wanted a system that offers rich mathematical activities to allow children to make connections not only within the subject, but also within other areas of the curriculum and real life. I wanted an online learning system that followed a path of connected concepts rather than desperate problems that weren’t inter-connected. We find that with Matific, the students actually want to do maths homework online.

 

Melanie Bowden at Sandon JMI School in Hertfordshire said "In order to assess the impact of Matific, I sent out a survey to both parents and children to gather feedback. All parents surveyed responded. The majority said that their children were increasingly more enthusiastic about maths. Others wanted to stress how much they enjoyed sitting alongside their child at home while they were doing the fun online activities."

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