Edinburgh tech company launch Renfrewshire maths contest


Edinburgh based education Technology Company, Sumdog is proud to announce the launch of a local maths contest in Renfrewshire. Sumdog aims to help children enjoy maths, English and spelling.

Renfrewshire students will work as a class to solve up to 1,000 maths questions on ‘Sumdog’, an adaptive teaching tool that is designed to make numeracy and literacy learning fun and is used in 70% of schools in Scotland. The tech firm have been making a real and measurable impact in closing the poverty-related attainment gap.

Schools across the area will battle it out for the trophy. The region’s overall winning class will be presented with an exclusive trophy and earn the coveted title of 2018 ‘Sumdog’ Renfrewshire maths champion.

The company wishes to urge all schools in Renfrewshire who are not yet signed up to do so for the event that will take place on Friday. They can do so for free at the following link:



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