SplashLearn Announces ‘SpringBoard Maths Challenge 2021’

Opportunity for classrooms to collaborate and compete; Prizes worth in excess of £8,000 up for grabs

Opportunity for classrooms to collaborate and compete; Prizes worth in excess of £8,000 up for grabs

Teachers can sign up for the SpringBoard Maths Challenge 2021 by 
visiting this page.

The popular game-based learning program SplashLearn, announced the first UK edition of its massively popular SpringBoard Maths Challenge. The competition is a calendar marked event and is highly anticipated by teachers across the US and Canada. It is open to all primary classes from Year-1 through Year-6 in the UK and will run from March 1 – May 9, 2021.

SpringBoard Math Competition – https://www.splashlearn.com/springboard/teachers
Details for competition in the UK – https://support.splashlearn.com/hc/en-us/articles/1500002266041-SpringBoard-Rules-for-the-UK

“SpringBoard is unique because it brings students together in an environment that enables competition as well as collaboration. This year, it assumes a new meaning as different classes compete with each other but are also coming together, learning together and are also having fun – something they haven’t been able to do this year,” said Joy Deep Nath, Co-founder, SplashLearn.

After creating an account on SplashLearn, teachers can enrol their class for SpringBoard 2021. Once enrolled, all the maths problems the students solve will earn them points, which will count towards the total class score. The best performing classes with the highest points win weekly prizes at both the regional and national level. The grand winners will be announced at the end of SpringBoard. Prizes worth more than £8,000 are up for grabs.

“It is crucial that children don’t fall behind with maths during this period of school closures. SpringBoard will help reduce the attainment gap, providing children with a fun and secure way to practice with their peers!” said Arpit Jain, CEO and Co-founder, SplashLearn. “We are excited to launch this competition in all regions of the UK. I wish all the regions and every school the greatest success” Arpit added.

Catering for Reception through Year-6, the SplashLearn programme is available free of charge to all schools and teachers in the UK. It is designed to give teachers and schools the opportunity to engage their primary students through fun maths games aligned to the national curriculum. The 10-week challenge will allow students to master their maths skills and enter the next year with confidence, whilst having fun throughout the process.

The maths content covers more than 570 skills through 2,000 activities and games. The registration for the competition is now open. Teachers can sign up for the SpringBoard Maths Challenge 2021 by visiting this page.

SpringBoard Math Competition – https://www.splashlearn.com/springboard/teachers
Details for competition in the UK – https://support.splashlearn.com/hc/en-us/articles/1500002266041-SpringBoard-Rules-for-the-UK

Teachers can sign up for the SpringBoard Maths Challenge 2021 by 
visiting this page.

The competition is being rolled out in all the 12 regions, namely – Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, North East, North West, Yorkshire and the Humber, West Midlands, East Midlands, South West, South East, East of England and Greater London. For more information about SpringBoard 2021, please visit this page.


About SplashLearn

SplashLearn creates engaging learning experiences built to transform children into fearless learners. Its Reception through Year-6 game-based learning program is curriculum-aligned and has an adaptive algorithm that offers each child a personalized learning experience that is fun and immersive. It is currently used in 150+ countries and has benefitted more than 40 million kids around the world.

SplashLearn is available across all digital platforms (iOS, Android and Web). For more information, visit www.uk.splashlearn.com. Follow SplashLearn on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.

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