The standard has been set! In what should surely be the inspiration for an international event, Bulli Public School in Australia has held the first reported 'Dress as Your Mathlete Day'. 200 students (and a few teachers!) created their online Mathletics avatar's in real
During 2009 National Literacy & Numeracy Week, Mathletics raised and donated funds for Canteen - The Australian Organisation for Young People Living with Cancer. Specifically, the money raised went directly to funding the Canteen program Girls Aloud. See our blog post on Girls Aloud
It is always great to hear about Mathletes in the news. When the Gulf News in Bahrain contacted us about the top scoring student in the Kingdom, Khalifa A from Abdul Rahman Kanoo International School, we were only too glad to pass on our
Daniel F, 10, a Year 6 pupil from Grove Primary School, UK, has taken part in a non-stop 20-week maths marathon to achieve a gold award in Mathletics. Daniel started the Mathletics scheme while taking part in Playing for Success (PfS), a national initiative
A big congratulations to the Australian Mathletics head office staff members who laced on the sneakers and displayed the Mathletics logo with pride to raise money in the MS Walk and Fun Run. Taking time out as a team on a sunny Sunday, they
When it comes to working out scorelines and game statistics, you would have to think these Rugby Union players would be the best in their competition! These pictures are from a Mathletics' school Rugby team that has taken on the logo to become complete
We love to hear from our teachers, especially when they take the time to let us know about their experiences with Mathletics. In particular we wanted to share this from one of our veteran teachers who has only just had the chance to use
We always like to celebrate achievement here at Mathletics, and when we heard that one of our schools was being celebrated for its high quality education, we wanted to share the news with you! Wellington International School in Dubai has been a Mathletics school
Mathletics has started to receive quite a lot of attention in the US, particularly through the home school network. We are lucky enough to have just been recognised as the Old Homeschool Magazine "Favourite Online Math Product". This magazine is one of the largest
It is now official, we have received confirmation and a nice swanky certificate, to verify that WORLD MATHS DAY holds the world record for : “The largest online maths competition – (which consisted of 1,204,766 participants and was achieved by World Maths Day 2010,
After seven days of intense competition, this year's Middle East Schools Maths Challenge is now over! Tens of thousands of students have been taking part over the last week, battling it out in a huge online maths extravaganza! The Halls of Fame have now
We've heard today from the students over at the British School of Bahrain, who are currently battling it out, producing some huge scores! You have probably seen them on the Middle East Maths Challenge 2010 Hall of Fame, the school is currently in 12th
As you many know, the team behind this year's Middle East Maths Challenge are the same group of wonderful people that also host the world recording break annual event World Maths Day. We are really pleased to announce that the winning student from this
Once again, some incredible performances being put in by students right across the Middle East. With Khalifa A, Caleb L and Zakria Y still battling it out at the top of the leaderboard, let's take a look at how the Top Classes are doing...
The Ambassador school for this year’s Middle East Maths Challenge 2010 is St. Christopher’s, in Bahrain.
The Ambassador school for this year's Middle East Maths Challenge 2010 is St. Christopher's, in Bahrain. Veterans of the Mathletics program, the students at the school have been taking part in the challenge all week. Look out for them on the Hall of Fame.