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APP at the Saigon Primary Mathematics Competition 2017

09 June 2017

On Wednesday 7th June two teams of mathematicians from AP1 competed in the Saigon Primary Mathematics Competition against fourteen other teams.

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The children were challenged by countdown style problems, complex logic problems and a shuttle relay. Yet the teams proved more than capable of meeting the challenges and the Year 6 team, represented by Alina, Jessica, Ethan and William, won the competition. Their closest rivals, in second place, were the Year 5 team of Young Woo, Yule, Quynh An and Serena who finished ahead of Year 6 teams from the competing schools. An excellent performance by all!

Andy James, Year 5 teacher and Mathematics Subject Leader