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School competitions



Below are details of competitions open to schools in the 2020/2021 school year. If you want to add a free competition listing, use the button on bottom of the page.

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Supertmatik International Comp
Supertmatik International Comp
Closing date: 31/01
School Level: All
 The International SUPERTMATIK Mental Math Competition is now open for registration! The principle of this championship is for students to develop basic competence in mathematics through constructive play, interesting and involving them in it via a fun way of learning. Join the thousands of schools worldwide already using SUPERTMATIK by registering your school online for free! www.eudactica.com
e: supertmatik@eudactica.com
SciFest 2021
Scifest 2021
Closing date: 05/03
School Level: Secondary
Second-level students from across Ireland are invited to demonstrate their science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills at this year's SciFest 2021! Showcase your STEM projects at a series of one-day science fairs held locally in schools and regionally in 16 venues including the Institutes of Technology, DCU and St. Mary’s College, Derry. The winners from each regional science fair will go on to compete at a national final. Students wishing to enter can log on to the SciFest website and enter online or download a paper entry form. Admission: No Entry Fee! www.scifest.ie
e: info@scifest.ie
Locally and Regionally
<span style='text-transform:uppercase;'>RDS</span> Primary Science Fair
Rds Primary Science Fair
Closing date: 22/09
School Level: Primary
Call for Entries for the RDS Primary Science Fair 2021 will open soon! The RDS Primary Science Fair is a non-competitive exhibition which showcases primary school STEM-related class projects and provides opportunities for students to explore other schools’ projects and explain their class projects to their peers. This year, the Fair will be transformed into a spectacular virtual showcase for January 2021. www.rds.ie/primarysciencefair
e: youngscientist@bt.com
<span style='text-transform:uppercase;'>BT</span> Young Scientist 2021
Bt Young Scientist 2021
Closing date: 22/09
School Level: Secondary
The BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition takes place from 6th to 8th January 2021, at the RDS in Dublin. Entries must be submitted by Tuesday 22nd of September 2020. The online entry process remains the same as previous years, with the added bonus that it will be free to all as project entry fees have been waived. For event updates or for more information on how to enter competition, visit the site below.www.btyoungscientist.com
e: youngscientist@bt.com
RDS
All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad
All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad
Closing date: 24/01
School Level: Secondary
The All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad (AILO) is a contest in which secondary school students develop their own strategies for solving problems in fascinating languages from around the globe. Students must use their ingenuity to solve Puzzles such as deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphics, decoding numerical spy codes, and interpreting ancient Mayan poetry. All second level students from schools in Ireland, both North and South, are eligible to participate.  ailo.adaptcentre.ie
e: ailo@adaptcentre.ie
Blue Star Programme
Blue Star Programme
Closing date: 07/10
School Level: Primary
Primary school pupils around the country are being challenged to get creative in how they learn and think about Europe through the Blue Star Programme! The Blue Star Programme teaches primary school pupils about European cultures and the EU through creative activities and projects which complement the national primary curriculum. The idea is simple: to foster better understanding and knowledge of Europe and how it affects the lives of Irish citizens among Irish primary pupils in a curriculum friendly manner. Find out more! or check their website. www.bluestarprogramme.ie
e: bluestar@europeanmovement.ie
ReelLIFE SCIENCE Competition
Reellife Science Competition
to 23/10
School Level: All
In these challenging times, we’re challenging young people to share their passion for Science and all things STEM, by making a short video about their favourite science topic. The contest is open to young people all around Ireland representing their Primary School, Secondary School or Youth Organisation. Show us your creativity and ingenuity and you might just win €1000 for your school! www.reellifescience.com.









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