Supersigma offers enrichment activities for primary students who are keen to explore unusual topics in Mathematics.

What are Supersigma Programs?

We offer mathematics activities that sit outside of the school curriculum, giving students the opportunity to engage with challenging topics they would otherwise not encounter in the classroom. We focus on developing problem solving skills as students delve into rich investigations with an emphasis on explaining our results.

These are enrichment programs and targeted at high-achieving students. There is no assumed knowledge and any required skills be taught as part of the program. However, it is recommended that students are confident with simplifying fractions, multiplication tables, and common factors.

  • Count like a Computer: Extension

    In an extension of our Count like a Computer program students will apply their understanding of number systems and learn to solve polynomial division problems in any base. These problems aren't usually taught until VCE.

  • Count like a Computer: Number Bases

    An introduction to counting systems, such as binary numbers, where students learn to change between bases and develop an appreciation for place value.
    Suitable for Years 4 - 6.

  • Count like a Computer: Modular Arithmetic

    An introduction to modular arithmetic sometimes known as clock counting.
    Suitable for Years 4 - 6.

  • Dizzying Spirals: Exploring Spirographs

    Students design eye-catching pictures using Spirographs where we uncover the mathematics behind the spirals.
    Suitable for Years 3 & 4.

  • Dizzying Spirals: Multiplication Circles

    Did you know multiplication tables can create dizzying spirals?
    Suitable for Years 3 & 4.

  • Unlocking Magic: Number Tricks

    Unlocking the world of magic tricks involving sneaky numbers.
    Suitable for Years 5 & 6.

  • Unlocking Magic: Card Shuffling

    Explore the mathematics of card shuffling.
    Suitable for Years 5 & 6.

  • Crazy Cubes

    Students solve a difficult puzzle involving four cubes using graph theory.
    Suitable for Years 5 & 6.

  • Stationery Mathematics

    A series of hands-on mathematics explorations using stationery items that behave in weird and wonderful ways.
    Suitable for Years 3 & 4.

  • You're Being Most Irrational

    An exploration of irrational numbers using continued fractions. Suitable for Years 5 & 6.

  • So You Think You Can Count?

    An introduction to counting methods. Suitable for Years 3 & 4 students.

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Programs run for 1.5 hours and are delivered online via Zoom.

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