Visual Spatial Mathlympics 2022

VISUAL SPATIAL MATHLYMPICS 2022 (P6 and below) - Open for Registration


In response to the rising number of Primary 6 pupils applying to secondary schools via DSA, we are offering Primary 6 pupils with an opportunity to participate in our Visual-Spatial Mathylmpics and to add this achievement to their portfolio, especially if they are looking to applying to schools offering Math, STEM or STEAM for their DSA.
Registration will close on 25 Mar 2022.


The Visual-Spatial Mathlympics is a concept competition that poses carefully curated questions that draws on the overarching theme of Visual-Spatial Intelligence and Mathematics.


We hope to help to foster a new generation of spatially literate pupils who are proficient and established in thinking spatially, being able to approach problems through their knowledge of concepts of space and the appropriate processes of spatial reasoning.


Participants must be in Primary 6 or below of a participating Primary school this year, 2022.



All questions draw on the overarching theme of Visual-Spatial Cognition within the content areas of

                                    Fractions, Percentage, Ratio in 2D figures, 3D solids

                                    Area, Perimeter and Volume

                                    2D & 3D Perspectives

                                    Symmetry, Rotation of 2D figures and 3D solids


                                    Area, Perimeter of Circles

                                    Angles Properties (including Circles)

                                    Measures and Measurement

                                    Rate and Speed


Details of Event 

Date        : 21 April 2022, Thursday

Time        : 2.00 pm to 3.30 pm

Mode       : Written Paper

Venue      : Participating schools’ own premises


Format and Duration

Duration: 1.5 hours 

Section A: (5 MCQ questions of 2 marks each)

Section B: (5 open-ended questions of 3 marks each)

Section C: (5 open-ended questions of 4 marks each)

Section D: (5 open-ended questions of 5 marks each)

Section E: (5 open-ended questions of 6 marks each)

Calculators may NOT be used.

Marks will be awarded for correct answers only. There will be no deduction of marks for wrong answers or unattempted questions. All decisions made by the organizers and judges will be final.


Certificates and Prizes

Gold Award Medals and Certificates will be awarded to the top 5% or top 100 participants, whichever the lower number.

Silver Award Medals and Certificates will be awarded to the next 7.5% or next top 150 participants, whichever the lower number.

Bronze Award Medals and Certificates will be awarded to the next 12.5% or next top 250 participants, whichever the lower number.

Certificates of Participation will be awarded to all the remaining participants.


Being a school-based Competition, schools with the highest number of Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards, as well as overall medal counts will receive trophies and cash prizes. These trophies and prizes are given in recognition of the support, training and encouragement that they had given to their school pupils.                                                                                                                                      

Champion School:     Cash prize, 1 trophy for the school and the Challenge Trophy

1st Runner-Up:           Cash prize and 1 trophy for the school

2nd Runner-Up:         Cash prize and 1 trophy for the school


School Distinction:  The top school (excluding Champion and Runner-Up schools) with highest medal count will receive a School Distinction Trophy.


The Champion School shall keep the Challenge Trophy and shall return it to Learners’ Connections Pte Ltd for the next competition. The Challenge Trophy shall be kept permanently by the school which emerges champion in three consecutive years.


Individual Prizes will be awarded to the overall top 3 participants.



A percentage of our proceeds will be donated to this support through SingHealth Duke-NUS Paediatric Academic Clinical Programme – CCF-Psychosocial and Supportive Care for Paediatric Oncology Programme

Awards Ceremony

Due to the likely pandemic safety-measures, there will not be an Awards Ceremony this year.


However, if and when it becomes possible, the overall top 3 scorers as well as the top 3 scorers of each of the four school zones will be invited to a simple Presentation of Donation ceremony to a representative from KK Women's and Children's Hospital and SingHealth DukeNUS.


Invites and details for this ceremony will be given to these students at a later time. Each of these students must be accompanied by 1 parent. 

Preparation Practice 

Pupils may access a free Visual Mathlympics Exemplar Paper (with Answers) here.