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APP FOBISIA Maths 2017

21 March 2017

On Thursday 16th March four children from Year 6 flew to Kuala Lumpur to represent the APP campus for the annual FOBISIA Primary Maths Competition.

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This year the competition was more competitive than ever, with thirty-three international schools from as far away as South Korea and India represented.

Initially, it seemed the sweltering heat in KLCC park during the Maths Trail had sapped their energy, but the team showed tremendous spirit in the afternoon rounds to show their true ability and finished the first day in sixth position.

They began the second day with their strongest round, the Individual Challenge, and with just hours remaining, the team were poised in fourth position. The construction task, in which they were required to build a rollercoaster that carried an egg for two metres, was particularly challenging. They finished a highly creditable tenth, but in doing so, the school became the first in the competition to have two children finish in the top four of the Individual Challenge.

A special well done to Jeong Min Park for finishing fourth and Edric Chen for finishing second!

Mr Andy James, Year 5 Teacher and Maths Leader