for the Guinness World Records title attempt at the World’s Largest Global Maths Lesson between 18:00 & 18:30 hours GMT on 10th October 2019.
The subject for 2019 is the Maths and Science of Fractals – the lesson is called Fantastic Fractals
We will be sending you updates as they come in.
There are two levels of participation:
A – If you want a fun maths lesson on the same day as other schools around the world for Global Math Week and receive a certificate of participation from us, then we will only require:
- Two photos (which we can for promotion on social media and other platforms).
- Submit a brief report on the lesson including reasons why other schools should join next year.
- Signed media release form.
We will then send you a pdf certificate you can share with your young mathematicians and your team.
B – If you want to submit your evidence to be eligible for the official Guinness World Records participation certificate, then you must do the lesson between 18:00 & 18:30 GMT and document it according to the Guinness guidelines.
It is a good idea to start familiarising your team with the guidelines as soon as possible.
We are very excited about the 2019 attempt as we hope to have many partners all around the world to give us a huge number of participants. Please note: we are not guaranteed to gain the record. All learners will receive a downloadable certificate of participation from us upon submission of proof of completion of the Global Maths Lesson. The Guinness World Record title is up to Guinness adjudicators and they are very rigorous in their judgements.
Here’s to becoming Guinness World Records title holders in 2019 🙂