Maths Enrichment | Australian Maths Trust


Are you excited about guiding your brightest young maths students toward a lifetime of creative problem solving?

Maths Enrichment will open from April – October 2021

Results are due back 14 October 2021
Cost: A$42.00

Our Maths Enrichment module can help you do just that. 

The module is designed for advanced students in years 4–10 and can be conducted over 12–16 weeks between April and October. This allows for flexibility in your schedule to cater for all students. 

All study materials will be provided and you’ll be given a range of support materials including module handbook, sample letter to parents, posters, practice problems, teacher guides and marking schemes, stats reports, and more.  

Each student participates in one stage. 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% year 10). Ramanujan, Newton and Dirichlet have 8 problems, Euler and Gauss have 12 problems, and Noether and Polya have 16 problems.

The Enrichment entry fee for 2021 is $42.00 per student. (Price inclusive of GST for Australian schools).

If you’d like to chat with someone about Maths Enrichment, simply call us on 02 6201 5136 or email

Registered home-schools

Teachers in home-schools are eligible to register as school co-ordinators and run our competitions. If you would like to do so, please download, fill out and return this registration form to this email address with proof of your home school registration in your state or territory.

More information about the Maths Enrichment program, its background and an outline of all seven stages.

A template letter that is useful to explain what Maths Enrichment is all about.

Suitable for students in years 3–12, this school-based maths competition reaches a global audience and attracts more than 250,000 entries each year.

Our competitions and programs empower students to become better problem solvers in school, so they can be creative solution finders in life.

Combining two residential camps (December and July) with individual mentoring, this invitational program is for girls in years 8–10 who have shown potential in STEM subjects.