The UKMT Team Challenges promote mathematical dexterity, teamwork and communication skills. They also give pupils the opportunity to compete against pupils from other schools in their region.
The UKMT organises the Team Maths Challenge (TMC) for pupils in Year 8 and Year 9 (and equivalent) and the Senior Team Maths Challenge (STMC) for pupils in Year 11, Year 12 and Year 13 (and equivalent).
A team consists of four pupils, and teams should have no more than two pupils from the upper age group.
|England and Wales||Scotland||Northern Ireland|
|Team Maths Challenge||Year 8 and Year 9||S1 and S2||Year 9 and Year 10|
|Senior Team Maths Challenge||Year 11, Year 12 and Year 13||S5 and S6||Year 12, Year 13 and Year 14|
|With no more than two pupils from the upper age group. Younger pupils are allowed to participate.|
Download materials from the website to use in school, either for the enjoyment of all your pupils or to help you select the team of four pupils to represent your school at the Regional Finals.
Enter your team for the Regional Finals. Your team of four pupils will represent your school or college at a pre-arranged Team Challenge event. Entry to a Regional Final costs £35. Each participant receives a certificate. The winning team at each Regional Final, along with a few runners-up (space permitting), will receive an invitation to the National Final.
Team Maths Challenge Regional Finals are held at various venues from February to April. Senior Team Maths Challenge Regional Finals are held in November and December.
Qualifying teams from the Regional Finals will be invited to compete at a one-day National Final held in London. All participants receive a certificate and goody bag. The winners will be presented with prizes and the National Trophy.