maths challenge adds up to success for Highbridge pupils
from Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge are this week celebrating some
great results after taking part in a National Junior Maths Challenge.
than 150 students from King Alfred School's years 7 and 8 took
part in the annual competition.
challenges more mathematically able students across the country
to answer 25 multiple choice questions in one hour and is sat
in school under normal exam conditions.
Alfred pupils did particularly well this time with 40 students
gaining a Bronze Certificate, 6 gaining a Silver Certificate and
3 receiving the prestigious Gold Award," a spokesman told
who received silver certificates were Brandon Harris, Euan Barton,
Olivia Farnham, Nahim Odud, Connie Hazelton-Cavil and Jack Taylor.
gold awards were achieved by Olivia Earthy and Georgina Mann from
Year 7 and Callum Hook-Hole in Year 8 who will also receive the
certificate for Best in School.
congratulations to all those students who achieved a certificate
but especially to our three students in the photograph who achieved
is very important result and is widely recognised by universities
so will be invaluable for those wishing to progress to further
education in Maths.
L-R Georgina Mann, Callum Hook-Hole and Olivia Earthy