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Primary Maths Challenge Achievements

24th Nov 2017

Primary Maths Challenge Achievements

Last week saw Wandsworth Prep join around 70,000 pupils across the country in taking part in the Primary Maths Challenge.

Designed to make children think outside the box, the Primary Maths Challenge is a National competition that tests problem solving skills as much as mathematical knowledge. With the aim of encouraging children's enthusiasm and confidence in Maths, Year 5 and Year 6 undertook the challenge, all with the hope of progressing to the Bonus Round.

Friday's celebration assembly was the perfect opportunity to congratulate the children on their performance in what proved to be a stern test for them all. Bronze, Silver and Gold certificates were awarded, with every child being applauded for their effort. Well done to everyone.

Max, Jake and Isaac from Year 6, Wandsworth Prep's Gold medal winners have all had their scores put forward for consideration for the Bonus Round. We must now wait, with baited breath, to see if their scores will take them through. Fingers crossed!

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