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Mega Maths Day

For students in Years 9 and 10
An opportunity to surprise and inspire students with mathematics and showcase the variety of disciplines and careers that require mathematics.

Why maths?

Mathematics is the hidden hero in every STEM discipline whether it be geosciences, biology or psychology. Wherever your students see themselves heading in their future studies and careers, we want to show them how important and useful it is to have a foundation in mathematics.

Your Year 9 & 10 students will join us for a day of STEM fun, including meeting a real mathematician, and your school's choice of three hands-on workshops themed in different disciplines, but all focused on the importance of mathematics.

Year 10 in particular is a key time when your students are choosing their future direction, so give them the opportunity to find out just how important a solid background in maths is for a huge array of disciplines and careers.

Mega Maths Day will show your students how magnificent, marvellous and monumental maths is!

Event details

Dates: 18 and 25 November 2022
Time: 9am-2:30pm
Cost: $22 per student (inc GST), teachers free
Location: Camperdown campus, University of Sydney

Register your class for a Mega Maths Day today.

Workshop Choices

Workshops will showcase mathematics in a variety of disciplines such as:

  • Archaeology
  • Agriculture
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Geosciences
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • and more!

Your class will be allowed to pick their favourite three workshops to attend of a selection like the example workshops in the Mega Maths Day 2022 flyer.

We will contact registered schools closer to the program to confirm your student numbers, organise quotations and invoices for you and your three workshop preferences.

We will also need:

  • A Student Roll for WHS
  • Media/photography permissions for each student

Register your class now for a Mega Maths Day.

Mega Maths Day Flyer 2022

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School Programs Officer