MATHSWEEK 2016

Register your school/Group here »256,248 Participating Pupils 
Maths Week Ireland 2017 is scheduled to take place from October 14th to 22nd
Maths Week 2016 short video from Eoin Gill on Vimeo.
Have you seen our new Problem Solving section?
We have developed a page to offer guidance to schools about how best to develop an environment for problem solving. Click here to read about it.
Congratulations to everyone that took part in Maths Week 2016!
It has been the most successful Maths Week to date and that is thanks to all of you! We are very proud to say that over a quarter of a million pupils were registered on our website with an estimated 50 000 more people engaging in events across the island.
Thank you for making it so successful and spreading the message that maths is for all!
We have made the draw for all schools and teachers registered for Maths Week and the results are:
Winners of the 5 Samsung Tablets for Teachers:
1. Andrea Rainey, St Dominic's Grammar for Girls Belfast
2. Jamie Burns, Coláiste Chriost Rí, Cork
3. Anna Flynn, Moynalvey National School, Meath
4. Ann Marie McLoughlin, Scoil Bhríde, Glen, Longford
5. Orla McCoy, Limerick School Project, Limerick
The winner of the Izak9 cubes is Paul Davis, Scoil Naomh Eoin, Ballincurrig, Co. Cork.
The winner of the Samsung Tablet for completing the teacher survey is Matthew Joyce, Kilbride Central Primary School.
Well done to all  winners will be contacted via email.
NEWS: Click here to view our November Newsletter.
Did you miss the Interactive Maths Show for 4th  6th class?
Don't worry  you can view the show by clicking here
and watch what South African, Hungarian and Irish schools do maths together!
Maths Week Ireland is an allIreland celebration of Maths and is a partnership of over 50 groups  universities, institutes of technology, colleges, museums, libraries, visitor centres, professional bodies  any group that sees the importance of maths and the importance of promoting maths.
Maths Week Ireland promotes, awareness, appreciation and understanding of maths through a huge variety of events and activities.