Success for 24 Cromwell students in Intermediate UK Maths Challenge

PUBLISHED: 10:39 27 April 2012

Twenty four pupils at the Cromwell College, from year 9, 10 and 11 won certificates in the Intermediate UK Maths Challenge

Twenty four pupils at the Cromwell College, from year 9, 10 and 11 won certificates in the Intermediate UK Maths Challenge

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A TOTAL of 24 students from Cromwell Community College, Chatteris, won certificates in the Intermediate UK Maths Challenge.

The challenge, which comprises 25 problems which have to be solved within one hour, was tackled by students in Years 9-11.

Anna Skorobogatova won gold and best in school. She is now entering the Pink Kangaroo European Maths Challenge, for students in Years 10-11.

Ben Millsom also won gold and will test himself in the Grey Kangaroo European Maths Challenge, for students in Years 9 and below.

Other certificate winners are:

Silver: Fay Mackenzie, Gwen Harlock, Sam McWilliams, Nicholas Ayres, Matthijs Nooteboom, Jesper Scott, Jordan Tweed, Thomas Hare and Chloe Hughes.

Bronze: Gabrielle Rabemannanjara, Grace Groves, Sam Smy, Sophie Bunting, Cherry Cooke, Kayleigh Mcevoy, Joe Baker, Anna Fleming, Harry Matthews, Ashley Palmer, Thomas Wayman, Connor Baldock and Sophie Mott.


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