Have you registered for MCYA Enrichment?
The Mathematics Challenge for Young Australians (MCYA) is a staged program designed to help teachers motivate and develop mathematically interested students in years 3–10. There are three independent stages in the MCYA: Challenge, Enrichment and the Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad. You might have already registered your students for the MCYA Challenge.
Enrichment is a program held over 16 weeks within the period from April until September. It is independent of Challenge, but they have the common feature of providing challenging mathematics problems for students, as well as accessible support materials for teachers.
Enrichment comprises six parallel stages of comprehensive student and teacher support notes, for years 4–10. The stages are in order of difficulty with general year level recommendations: Ramanujan (years 4–5); Newton (years 5–6); Dirichlet (years 6–7); Euler (years 7–8); Gauss (years 8–9); Noether (very able students in years 9–10); and Polya (top 10% of Year 10). Ramanujan, Newton and Dirichlet have 8 problems, Euler and Gauss have 12 problems, and Noether and Polya have 16 problems.
Don’t miss out, register through: www.amt.edu.au/entry/