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HSF 2021

Years 11-12 | Friday March 12 (all 7:00pm)

  • Hale School (North Metro)
  • Trinity College (Central Metro)
  • John Curtin College of the Arts (South Metro)
  • Bunbury Catholic College (Bunbury)

Years 9-10 | Friday March 19 (all 7:00pm)

  • Duncraig Senior High School (North Metro)
  • Aranmore Catholic College (Central Metro)
  • All Saints College (South Metro)
  • Bunbury Catholic College (Bunbury)

Years 7-8 | Friday March 19 (all 7:00pm)

  • Churchlands Senior High School (North Metro)
  • Trinity College (Central Metro)
  • John Curtin College of the Arts (South Metro)
  • Bunbury Catholic College (Bunbury)
  • Rockingham SHS (Peel Region)
  • Karratha Senior High School (Pilbara Region)

Years 5-6 | Friday March 19 

  • St Paul’s School Karratha (Pilbara Region) (12:00pm)

Years 5-6 | Saturday March 27 (all 2:30pm)

  • Penrhos College (South Metro)
  • Bunbury Catholic College (Bunbury)
  • Frederick Irwin Anglican School (Peel Region)


Great Southern Region | Date to be confirmed

Please email posecondary@mawainc.org.au with expressions of interest.

  • Years 11-12 Great Southern Region
  • Years 9-10 Great Southern Region 
  • Years 7-8 Great Southern Region
  • Years 5-6 Great Southern Region



Price Includes GST


The Have Sum Fun Competition is an exciting mathematics initiative that uses a quiz-night format. Teams of six students race against the clock to solve four intense rounds of eight challenging problems. Teams can only have a maximum of three students of the higher year level; e.g., in the Year 7 to 8 competition only three Year 8s are allowed in the team.
There is a school trophy for the winning team, individual trophies for the winning team members, and prizes for members of the three runner-up teams with place-getter certificates for all these six team members. All other students receive participation certificates. Schools may enter more than one team, provided the venue can accommodate the extra teams.


  • See below for a map and directions for each venue.
  • Note the start times above, and the event will take almost 3 hours.
  • Dress for students is neat casual, but they may wear school uniforms.
  • Students need to bring pens, pencils, paper, calculators. Scientific and graphic calculators are permitted.
  • Students are not permitted to use mobile phones during the competition, any breaches of this will result in school disqualification.
  • Students may bring light snacks, and a soft drink will be provided at the interval.
  • Each registering school must send a supervising teacher for the duration of the competition to ensure duty of care of their students.
  • Teachers may get copies of the questions if they are available.
  • Parents are not permitted in the competition rooms.


Select the venue you will be attending to have access to the venue map and supporting documents.

WWCC Compliance – The supervising teacher from each registered school is responsible for the duty of care of their students. The Coordinator of each hosting school is a registered teacher with TRBWA and has a current Working With Children Card.

If your school excursion policy requires WWCC details, then you will need to contact the hosting school’s coordinator directly.

MAWA’s Covid Safe Plan can be accessed here.








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