To ‘sum’ things up!

A team of P7 pupils were selected to represent the school at the National Young Mathematicians’ Award, making it through to the Regional Final. Our four mathematicians were given the task of solving some complex problems before presenting their strategies and solutions to a panel of judges and fellow competitors.

The judges were very impressed with how the St Anne’s team approached the challenges in such a strategic, calm and logical manner. They commented, “The pupils excelled in their presentation of their findings, delivering their answers in a concise and engaging way, sharing the speaking between them. Their determined and positive attitudes were incredible.

It was also great to see how they had taken on feedback from the first round and actioned it to improve their performance for round two. The team were an absolute credit to the school. They were so polite and friendly, and they really inspired us with their enthusiasm.”

Unfortunately, despite their efforts, the team did not make it through to the Grand Final at the University of Cambridge. However, their outstanding conduct and contribution throughout the competition and every day at school, make them wonderful ambassadors for St. Anne’s Primary School and a shining example to others. They are the ‘Fabulous Four’ in every sense of the word and we are extremely proud of them!

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