Primary School | Past Papers | Revision

Tuesday 21 January 2020
Closing Date For Olympiad Entries is

29 May 2020
Should you not be able to get your entries to us by this date, please contact us so that we know to expect your entries within the next two weeks or so

Welcome To Conquesta Olympiads

Entries will only be accepted on our Excel Entry Forms, via email.

We run annual academic school Olympiads for both public and private schools, throughout South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Swaziland, covering the entire curriculum, written in English and Afrikaans.  Every participant is rewarded with a certificate at the year-end prize giving ceremonies at the schools.

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In our commitment to excellence, we provide various benchmarking tools to increase the schools’ proficiency. 

We sell our vast 20-year collection of past papers online to parents and teachers for revision purposes at home and in the classroom.  

  • We are proud to be associated with ASTEMI, formed by SAASTA, a division of the NRF, bringing Olympiads and competitions to learners in far reaching areas of our country.
  • Click on 'Annual Olympiads' above left to download all Olympiad entry forms and documentation in both English and Afrikaans.
  • Olympiad papers, past papers and certificates are sent to your physical address via courier to guarantee safe delivery to your door.
Our MLA and SLA Reports for grades 4 - 9 break down your school's Maths results and Science results by learning area by grade.  This enables you to identify your school's strengths and weaknesses by learning area so that positive focus can be given to the weak areas. 

  • We are proud to be partnered with Project Rhino KZN to save our rhino's.  Project Rhino KZN and the Kingsley Holgate Foundation began the Rhino art - Let the Children be Heard campaign, which creates an awareness in children about the crucial situation our Rhino's face, bordering extinction due to poaching.  We encourage you to get as many young people involved and made aware as you can.  Get brochure here.  Donate here.  Thank you.
"Do not train children to learning by force and harshness, but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover, with accuracy, the peculiar bent of the genius of each."  Plato