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Maths Week London 2024

Celebrate maths with a fun online contest from Sumdog, the founders of Maths Week London!

Between 21st - 27th June 2024, children play Sumdog's engaging games as they answer personalised questions and compete with peers across the capital for a chance to win great prizes.

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How does it work?

Whether they're learning in school or at home, your pupils can play alongside their classmates using a smartphone, tablet or computer.

Easy to try

Easy to take part

Simply request a Sumdog trial for your school to enter the Maths Week London contest.
Fair & adaptive

Fair & adaptive

Questions are personalised and scores are based on accuracy, so everyone competes at their own level - and any class can win.
Fun & engaging

Fun & engaging

Pupils simply answer maths questions while playing Sumdog's fun online games - they can even do it as homework.
Prizes to be won

Prizes to be won

The winning class will receive a special trophy and a visit from Sumdog himself! Individual pupils win participation prizes, Sumdog coins, and certificates.

Spread the word

Download our poster to help spread the word and celebrate Maths Week London with your pupils and colleagues!


2023 contest highlights

  • 320 classes entered the contest
  • 5, 694 pupils from across the capital took part
  • 1, 276, 213 maths questions answered over the week
  • 978, 219 questions answered correctly
  • A huge congratulations to our 2023 Maths Week London champions, Elephants from Hackbridge Primary School!

If you're new to Sumdog, request Premium access below for your school to take part in this year's contest.

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2022 contest highlights

What is Maths Week London?

In 2019, we founded Maths Week London to celebrate maths and nurture a love for subject that impacts all of our lives, every day!

Over the last four years, we've loved seeing participation grow. In 2022, 1100 schools registered to take part and 14 schools received a £250 grant thanks to the small grants fund we organise with Mayor's Fund for London.

This year, we want to highlight how making maths fun and relevant can enable success in all areas of everyday life. We hope you and your class will join us to celebrate!


'The Sumdog set up with students being able to compete at their individual level saw so many students participate and excel in the contest, where normally these lower ability students may be deterred from entering due to their low confidence or self-esteem when it comes to maths.'


Ellie Forzani, Leader of Year 7 Mathematics
Cheam High School