Live Online Year 10 Maths FeastBlackpool - Online
Maths Feast is a fun educational challenge for Year 10 students which tests problem-solving and teamwork skills. Teams of four students will test their maths skills with our all-you-can-eat feast of problems!
There are several rounds requiring different skills and strategies for success. Each event takes between two and three hours, and awards will be given for good teamwork and for the winning team of each round.
The Live Online Year 10 Maths Feast is organised by your local Area Coordinator as an alternative to the usual face to face event. The event will enable your team to participate remotely 'alongside' other schools in your area.
Looking for a national online Maths Feast? Go here.
- Improve problem-solving skills using recreational maths
- Improve teamwork and communication skills
Who will benefit from attending?
Maths Feast is open to all Year 10 students who want to improve their mathematical and teamwork skills.
What's on the menu? Well that would be telling...
We change the format and content of Maths Feast every year to keep the challenge exciting. However, we promise that content will be familiar or accessible to most Year 10s and could include both recreational and more traditional maths problems.
Practice resources and materials from previous Maths Feasts are available here.
Materials and Equipment
Calculators and equipment such as rulers and protractors are not permitted - this competition is based on your brain power alone!
There are no heats or finals, so participants can take materials back to their schools and use them to enrich learning in the classroom.
Student reviews for previous servings of Maths Feast:
"The best round was the relay, I enjoyed the pace and structure of it!"
"Four in a row was fun and fast paced. Had to work together and rely on teammates."
"All the rounds were enjoyable and challenging."
We are still running Maths Feasts, although due to COVID-19, they may look slightly different this year. If you sign up to a local live online Maths Feast you will have access to brilliant materials to enrich your students, which will support and embed the learning you are doing with them.
The live online/in-person Maths Feast uses the same material as the national online Maths Feast. Your students will not gain additional benefit from attending both types of Maths Feast.
We can support 1 or 2 teams per school. The teams MUST be accompanied by a responsible adult who will mark your school’s work. We recommend that this is a Maths Teacher. If you would like more students to take part, we recommend you sign up for the national online Maths Feasts. The materials used for both events are the same, so students should only attend one.
Due to our funding arrangements with the DfE, priority will be given to applications from state-funded schools in England. Applications will open to Independent schools in early January.
Frequently Asked Questions
This event is for Year 10 students. If this causes an issue, please contact [email protected].
You can apply to bring two teams per school;
The teams MUST be accompanied by a responsible adult who will mark your school’s work. We recommend that this is a Maths Teacher. If you would like more students to take part, we recommend you sign up for the national online Maths Feasts. The materials used for both events are the same, so students should only attend one.
Approximately 2 weeks beforehand, your organiser will send you details of timings, login details etc. You will receive the materials needed a few days before the event.
We will provide a mark scheme.
The team consists of 4 students, please bring exactly 4 students per team, however you can reuse the materials with other students after the event.
The event will be streamed using our event rooms the big blue button. You will need all students to be able to see a screen, both teams in one classroom with a projector and volume will be fine.
Blackpool - Online
Tue 16th Mar 2021
10:30 - 13:30
If you have any queries about this event, please do not hesitate to contact: