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Auckland Maths Olympiad 2021

Auckland Maths Olympiad 2021

The University of Auckland  Mathematics department runs an annual Auckland Mathematical Olympiad for high school students only. The competition is a two-hour assessment of 10 questions. Top scorers in the Auckland event may be...

HOD day call for presenters

HOD day call for presenters

This year HOD & MU holders day will be held at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau on Friday May 21 HOD Day is for leaders of Secondary Mathematics and Statistics Education to connect with each other, have an update from our...

NZAMT Conference 2021 – Registrations open

NZAMT Conference 2021 – Registrations open

Te Rōpū Kaiako Pāngarau o Aotearoa | The New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers in association with the Taranaki Mathematics Association, welcome you to join teachers, educators, professionals and all interested parties in...

Want to get involved?  AGM Wednesday 24 March

Want to get involved? AGM Wednesday 24 March

AMA is pleased to advise the 2021 AGM will take place on Wednesday March 24, 6pm at the Mt Eden Bowling Club, Stokes Rd, Epsom. 7pm Guest speakers: Lauren Burr, Lead secondary advisor, Ministry of Education PLUS a member if the...

Primary Maths Day: March 27

Primary Maths Day: March 27

The Primary Maths seminar day is famous among Auckland primary school teachers. Secondary teachers have a browse of the programme, and join your primary Colleagues for a great day of PLD. In 2021 the day will be held at Ormiston...

International Modelling Challenge 2021

International Modelling Challenge 2021

New Zealand will again be participating in the International Mathematical Modelling Challenge for 2021 (https://immchallenge.org/). This is a call out to invite you all to consider submitting a team again for this year's challenge....

Mathex 2020

Mathex 2020

Updated - questions and answers now linked Over the two nights 204 year 7 & 8 teams and 180 year 9 & 10 teams  from 93 schools took part in this years’ Mathex competitions. That’s a lot of young mathematicians. Huge thanks to...