Teachers, are you thinking of how you can give your students a head start towards exciting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) careers?
Algorithmic thinking is an essential skill for most STEM career pathways. The CAT, our Computational and Algorithmic Thinking competition, on Tuesday 21 March is the perfect way to introduce students to an exciting new discipline without the need for programming skills. We offer four papers, ranging from years 5 to 12.
The Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC) is a fun 30-problem competition that shows the relevance of mathematics in students’ everyday lives. Each year Australia’s leading educators and academics design unique problems for the AMC. Hundreds of thousands of students in years 3–12 , from Australia and overseas, participate in the AMC annually. The competition, which will be held on Thursday 27 July this year, is open to all students through their schools.
You still have time to register your school for the 2017 CAT (paper version) until early March and the Online CAT until 5pm Thursday 16 March. Learn more or register your students now for our 2017 competitions.