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Kangaroo Maths Competition in Secondary School

Last Thursday 21 March in the morning, 220 Year 7-13 students participated in Kangaroo Maths Competition.

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It is the highest number of participants so far and our Mathematics Department are very happy that the ethos of Mathematics as a crucial subject, spread amongst these keen young minds.


What is the Mathematical Kangaroo Competition?

Mathematical Kangaroo is an international mathematical competition where more than 47 countries taking part. There are different levels of participation:


Beniamin - Year 7 and 8

Kadet - Year 9 and 10

Junior - Year 11 and 12

Student  -Year 13


The competition is a 75-minute multiple choice question test, which consists of 30 questions equally divided among the categories of 3-point, 4-point and 5-point problems. Five solutions are given, with only one of them being correct.


We are crossing our fingers for the good results!

Piotr Pukos

Teacher of Mathematics