What official competitions does Education Perfect offer?
We host a number of competitions over the year, which give your students the opportunity to compete with others outside of your school.
World Wide Competitions
Education Perfect offers world wide competitions which gives students the opportunity to compete with other students around the world for free.
The 2020 dates for the different events are as follows:
- Education Perfect Languages Championships: 3 - 10 March
- Education Perfect English Championships: 28 April - 5 May
- Education Perfect Humanities Championships: 16 - 23 June
- Education Perfect Science Championships: 18 - 25 August
- Education Perfect Maths Championships: 15 - 22 September
We offer a wide range of prizes for students who do well in these competitions. For a list of prizes, you can have a look at our website here.
We also host competitions for students to compete with other students within their region. These competitions include, but are not limited to:
- Education Perfect Northern Championships.
- Education Perfect New Zealand Championships.
- Australian Regional Championships.
- New Zealand Te Reo Māori Championships.
Dates for these competitions will be confirmed closer to the time.
Brain Bee Competition
Education Perfect hosts the first round of the The Australian and New Zealand Brain Bee Challenge which will be held during March in 2020. Brain Bee is a competition for high school students in years 10 (Australia) and 11 (New Zealand) to learn about the brain and its functions, learn about neuroscience research, find out about careers in neuroscience, and to dispel misconceptions about neurological and mental illnesses. For more information on this competition and how you can enter, you can read through our articles What is the Brain Bee Challenge? and How do I sign students up for the Brain Bee Challenge?
School wide or Inter-school Competitions
You are also able to create your own competitions for students within your school or even inter-school competitions between your students and students at a partner school. For more information on how to set up a competition, you can read through our article How do I create a competition?
To get your class or school set up for a competition, our article How do I enrol my classes? will explain what information we need to enrol your students.