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Join the Junior Maths Championship 2021 and give your children the opportunity to see how much fun mathematics really can be!

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  • Registration

    15 July - 8 August 2021

    Participation is free of charge.

  • Practice Round

    9 - 10 August 2021

    The practice round gives children an opportunity to warm up and get to know Matific before the competition.

  • Competition

    11 - 12 August 2021

    Children complete maths activities, collect stars, and win prizes (all while learning and having fun)!

  • Winners

    19 August 2021

    Winners will be announced on the website.

Spread the word! Download resources to promote the competition at your school.

  • School flyer

    Drum up excitement for the Junior Maths Championship at your school with posters and flyers. Challenge other classrooms and students to a friendly competition! Who will earn the most stars?

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  • Social media posts

    Share the excitement on your school's social media pages using these Matific Olympiad posts.

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  • Classroom posters

    Build excitement and motivation in your students by displaying Junior Maths Championship posters in your classroom.

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  • Parent letter

    Get parents involved with the Junior Maths Championship by sending a letter home with your students

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About the Junior Maths Championship

What is the Junior Maths Championship?

  • The Junior Maths Championship is a FREE, friendly online maths competition for primary school students.
  • Matific gets children excited about and helps them excel in maths! Every year, we use our award-winning platform to inspire children to do their best in maths with a friendly competition.
  • Each year, over 1,000,000 children from around the world participate in the Junior Maths Championship and answer millions of maths questions!
  • Participants are given FREE access to the Matific platform. Then, students complete fun, engaging maths activities to earn stars for themselves, their class, and their school.
  • An event that shows children that maths is FUN, useful, and exciting! It's the perfect opportunity to introduce children to maths challenges!

Why join the Junior Maths Championship?

  • Friendly competition can inspire and motivate young problem solvers to greater achievement.
  • An unmatched opportunity for children explore and grow love for maths.
  • Boost children's confidence and encourage a growth mindset in maths.
  • Win amazing trophies (and bragging rights!)
  • Enhance maths skills! Matific is an award-winning digital maths resource proven to improve students test results by an average 34%.

Will you be a Junior Maths Champion?

There are seven levels of participation, for each grade from K to 6. The top three scoring individuals*, classes*, and schools receive first, second, and third place trophies.

  • Student*

    • First Place
      ₹ 25,000^
      Gold Medal
    • Second Place
      ₹ 10,000^
      Silver Medal
    • Third Place
      ₹ 5,000^
      Bronze Medal
  • Class*

    • First Place
      Gold Trophy
    • Second Place
      Silver Trophy
    • Third Place
      Bronze Trophy
  • School

    • First Place
      ₹ 4.5lac
      Gold Trophy
    • Second Place
      ₹ 2.5lac
      Silver Trophy
    • Third Place
      ₹ 75,000
      Bronze Trophy

* for each grade level
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Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate in the Junior Maths Championship?

All primary school aged children are welcome to participate! You don't even have to be a Matific student to register.
However, if you're already using Matific at school or at home, you don't need to register because you're automatically enrolled in the competition!

In order to be eligible for the school and class prizes, schools must register a minimum of 100 students and classes a minimum of 10 students.

- Students compete only against other students in the same grade.
- Classes compete only against other classes within the same grade.
- Matific reserves the right to ensure reasonable fairness for students completing activities outside their grade level.
- All Schools compete with each other.

We strongly recommend entire schools and districts to get involved in this fabulous maths learning opportunity. When the whole community gets involved, there's unmatched energy, excitement and motivation!

How do I participate?

Register for free at /home/matific-olympiad/#Register

What's the difference between the Practice period and the Competition period?

Practice period:
The practice period will take place on August 9, 2021, and August 10, 2021. Students, classes and schools can use this time to prepare for the Junior Maths Championship. During this time, students are encouraged to log in to their student account where they can navigate to Competition Island. Eight activities will be available on Competition Island for students to practice. Please note that no prizes will be awarded during the practice period.

Competition period:
The competition commences at 00:01 on August 11, 2021, and concludes at 23:59 on August 12, 2021.
Upon commencement, all participants can login to Matific and begin completing the activities available on Competition Island to earn "stars". Every time students complete an activity, the amount of stars they earn will be awarded to their individual total, their classes total AND their school total. The more stars students earn, the closer they are to becoming a champion! The "stars" earned will be the deciding factor on who wins the awards. Each activity can earn students 5 stars and may be attempted a maximum of 5 times.

References to times are to Indian Standard time unless otherwise stated.

How are winners calculated?

Prizes* will be awarded in three categories:
1) Schools,
2) Classes and
3) Individual Student.

School and class awards are calculated on the average number of stars collected per student. For example: If a school has 5760 stars and they have 120 students their school score will be 48.00. If a class has 960 stars and 15 students their class score will be 64.00. Student awards will be calculated on the total number of stars collected.

Students earn stars in the Junior Maths Championship by completing activities available on Competition Island during the competition period. The more activities completed, the more stars students earn!
Each competition activity can earn students 5 stars and may be attempted a maximum of 5 times.
The school and class with the highest number of average stars collected across the registered participants will be the winners.


“Earning Stars” means:
- Per student: Points or stars are earned by completing episodes and worksheets successfully.
- Per class: A class’s score is calculated as the average score of all the competing students in the class.
- Per school: A school’s score is calculated as the average score of all the competing classes in the school.

*Please note:
- Matific is neither responsible nor liable for any change in the value of the prizes occurring between publishing date and date the prize is claimed.
- All Prize winners are advised that tax implications may arise from their prize winnings, and they should seek independent financial advice prior to acceptance of their prize.
- No responsibility will be taken by Matific for any changes in dates, times or cancellations or other arrangements that may prevent the prize winners from winning the prize.

Is the Junior Maths Championship compliant with student data privacy regulations?

Yes. Matific takes the safety and security of sensitive data very seriously and is amongst our highest priorities.

Please click here for further information about our privacy and data security.

Can I use an iPad or tablet to participate in the Junior Maths Championship?

Yes. There will be lots of schools competing using these devices. You just need to make sure that you have the most updated version of the app installed. Visit Google Store and App Store to download the latest version of the Matific Student App

What are the Junior Maths Championship Terms & Conditions?

How do I get my scores counted if I play offline?

If you play Matific in offline mode, please ensure to connect your device to the internet and log in to your account before the Competition ends. This is to make sure that the scores accumulated in offline mode will be counted towards the Competition. Any scores submitted after the competition ends will not be counted towards determining the winners.
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