COBIS Mangahigh Maths Challenge 2019
Monday 18 - Friday 29 November 2019
Across twelve days, students in COBIS Schools across the world will compete with each other in the challenge to become a maths ninja. Using online platform Mangahigh, students complete maths activities to score individual points, which in turn contributes to their school’s tally.
Students can access the activities at home or in school, so the Challenge can be used for homework, revision, or a fun task. It can also be accessed on any device with an internet connection, so via a laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Lessons are automatically assigned to students based on their age, so it's very simple to get started. Teachers can also assign activities to personalise their students’ learning experience over the Challenge period.
The competition will take place between Monday 18 November - Friday 29 November 2019.
Free access to Mangahigh begins Monday 4 November 2019, this allows students to practice using the platform before the competition.
The winning school will be announced by Monday 2 December 2019.
COBIS is excited to announce that the number of school prizes has doubled this year. For the 2019 competition, there will be two leaderboards; the main leaderboard, and one for smaller schools under 500 students.
The top five schools with the highest number of points on each leaderboard will each receive an Amazon voucher. The school in first place will be awarded US $500 and an engraved trophy, second place will receive US $300 and third to fifth will receive US $200.
All students who individually earn more than 200 points, will be sent a gold medal.
How to Take Part
Schools can now register for the COBIS Mangahigh Maths Challenge 2019 on the competition webpage by clicking on the link below. When registering you will need to enter the approximate number of students you'll have on roll in November 2019, in order to appear on the correct competition leaderboard.
The more classes from your school that participate, the better your chances of winning the competition, so we encourage you to inform other teachers in your school about the competition. If they can't make the same training date as you, they are welcome to sign-up independently and pick a different training date.
Promoting the Competition in Your School
You can download the competition poster to display in your school by clicking on the image below.
Some COBIS Schools choose to give 'house points' to students who received a certain number of competition points. This can be a good way to further engage students in the competition.
Terms and Conditions
Please ensure that you have read the full terms and conditions of the competition before registering for the competition, these can be found at the bottom of the competition webpage.
Feedback from the 2018 Competition
"The children really enjoyed competing and without a doubt the competition created an enthusiasm for Maths within our school over the two weeks."
"I was very impressed with the range of activities and question types. I also liked that it adjusted to children's ability."
"The students were very excited and engaged. It was a wonderful experience for our school."
"Very impressed. Children enjoyed the challenge and for teachers it was easy to follow up on student progress."
"Children were excited to compete against one another and other schools."
"LOVED the way we could check the scores of other schools and the interaction around the world!"