Problemo is available to all Australian and New Zealand primary and secondary teachers from government, private, Catholic, independent schools.
Parents and students can access the Student Portal without registration.
Problemo will be available to teachers outside Australia and New Zealand in 2021. If you’d like us to get in contact when we launch Problemo in your country, please let us know here.
Rather than restrict you to a trial period, we have a free version of Problemo that you can use for as long as you like! Our free version offers a subset of our content and gives you a taste of all the key features of Problemo. We even refresh the content during the year so that you have new content to use with your students each term, at no cost.
We calculate your school’s Problemo Plus subscription fee based on all students enrolled in the applicable year levels (i.e. years 3–10) at a cost of A$5.50 per student per year.
While you can use Problemo Plus with a subset of students, the pricing for Problemo Plus reflects our commitment to encouraging schools and teachers to use Problemo with all students (noting that for some students, the delivery is likely to be more teacher-guided and scaffolded).
Yes, please contact us and we can arrange to send your school an invoice now for a 2021 subscription.
Although our online quote generator uses data from ACARA and NZ Government’s Education Counts, there may be times when our quoted amount doesn’t seem right. For example, you might be a sub-campus and our quoted amount is for the main campus. Or maybe your student numbers have changed significantly since the enrolment data was published. If something doesn’t look right, please contact us and we’ll happily look into it for you.
If you need to give us updated data on the total number of students enrolled in the applicable age groups, please complete this Problemo subscription student numbers form.
Problemo is only available to Australian and New Zealand primary and secondary school teachers. If you think teachers at your child’s school may be interested in using Problemo, let us know here or direct the school to this website (problemo.edu.au).
Parents and students can access the Student Portal without registration. The student portal has a large bank of problems that students can do at home.
If you’re teaching in a school (in Australia or New Zealand) you can register here from 11 January 2021. Select your school, complete your personal details and chose your subscription level. If you choose, Problemo Plus, you’ll have the option to pay with a credit card straight away or receive an invoice for the school.
We’ll then send you an email with all the details you need to get started!
Our subscription fees are based on the total number of all students in years 3-10 (or 4-11 in New Zealand) at your school. The cost per student for the full 2021 academic year (starting in Term 1) is A$5.50.
You can generate a subscription fee quote for your school here. The quote is current on the date of issue, but is subject to change if we become aware of updates to the student enrolment data.
No, your Problemo subscription is a whole-of-school subscription and this means you can invite as many teachers as you like to use your school’s Problemo account. Each teacher receives an individual login, which allows them to use Problemo in a way that best suits their needs.
If your school isn’t listed with us, please email us at email@example.com and we will add your school.
One major difference is the number of problems. Free users have access to 20+ problems for each year group and these problems are available for one school term. At the start of each term, new problems replace the previous term’s problems. Problemo Plus users have access to a growing library of more than 440 problems. Each term, the library continues to grow – we never replace problems – we just keep adding them!
Problemo Plus users also benefit from being able to share resources with other teachers at their school and see students’ quiz results.
See the table above for a list of the other differences between Free and Plus subscriptions.
We know that some schools have multiple campuses. Please contact us so we can arrange a quote for your campus.
If your primary and secondary schools operate separately, we are happy to offer a subscription to one part of the school (i.e. primary or secondary). Please contact us to arrange this.
If you had an introductory subscription, it was for term 4 only and expired on Friday 18 December 2020. After that, Problemo will be offline while it gets a refresh over the summer break. If you’d like to get a head start on planning for 2021, we’ll be back online on Monday 11 January 2021.
Like you, Problemo needs a break to refresh between two busy school years. During the break, the platform will be undergoing some improvements and we’re adding new content, ready for you to log in and start planning as early as 11 January 2021. We hope this encourages you to take a break too. 🙂
If you subscribe to Problemo Plus again in 2021, you won’t lose anything you created in 2020.
If your Problemo Plus subscription expires and you continue on a Free subscription, you’ll no longer have access to the Problem Sets and quiz results you generated as a Plus subscriber. As soon as you upgrade to Plus, you’ll have access to these once again.
You can subscribe to Problemo all-year-round. We lower the subscription fee at the beginning of each school term.
Throughout the year, we’ll add new problems for Plus users, and replace ‘old’ with ‘new’ for Free users. We know not all states, territories and NZ regions share the same terms dates so here are the release dates for new problems in 2021: 11 January, 12 April, 5 July and 27 September.