2023 International Mathematics Growth Challenge

We're excited to invite your class to participate in the second-annual mathematics challenge! Last year we saw schools from over 80 countries register, and it's looking to be another big year of learning & prizes!

Students can win a class pizza party or a virtual lesson with former NASA astronaut Ron Garan!

Get a free account

This challenge has finished, but teachers, students or parents can still get a free mathspace account and make the most of our lessons, adaptive tasks and step-by-step support.

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Overall Leaderboard

Week 3 Leaderboard

Week 2 Leaderboard

Week 1 Leaderboard

How are the winners selected?

How is your score calculated?

Your class score takes into account the number of students in your class to level the playing field whatever the size of your class. The more engaged students are, the better your chance of winning the Weekly Prize!

The school score is a simple sum of all the points earned by all active students in your school. The more students you get working on Mathspace, the better your chance of winning the Grand Prize!

How are the prize winners determined?

The Grand Prize and the three Weekly Prizes will be determined with a Lucky Draw! Whilst every participating class/school has a chance to win a prize, you'll have a higher chance of winning with a higher score!

1st Place
50 chances of winning
2nd Place
20 chances of winning
3rd Place
10 chances of winning
4th - 10th Place
5 chances of winning
Every other participating class / school
1 chance of winning

Weekly Winners

The Weekly Leaderboard will be reset every week. The ranking at the end of each week will determine how many chances your class has of winning the weekly winner prize. We will do a lucky draw to select the winner each week. Each week is a new opportunity to become a weekly winner!

The four weekly winner classes will win a...

Pizza Party for participating students
*A class can only be a weekly winner once in the entire challenge. If a class has the highest score in two or more weeks, the next class in line will be the winner for the second week.
Students from Regent's International School Bangkok - winners of a Pizza Party in 2022

Grand Prize Winner

The Overall Leaderboard will show the accumulated score for each school, and will be updated each week. Each school's final position ont he overall leaderboard will determine how many chances they have of winning the grand prize.

The lucky draw will be completed after the challenge has finished and the winning school will be notified as well as published here on this page.

The winning school will win...

Live webinar and Q&A with Ron Garan

Important information about the Challenge

Is there any cost to join the challenge?
What are the eligibility criteria?
Can I invite fellow teachers to take part?
How are the prizes drawn?
Can we win more than one prize?
How many pizzas are up for grabs?
Who is Ron Garan?
What happens after the challenge?