We are pleased to announce the results from the Intermediate Mathematical Challenge which gifted mathematicians at Highclare School entered recently.
This is a nationally recognised challenge and only the top 40% of students receive a certificate. Gold certificates were awarded to:
Hanhong Lin U5
Tim Pan L5
Silver Certificates were awarded to:
Isobel Brugger U5
Humza Ali U4
Bronze certificates were awarded to:
Pranav Ramesh U5
Toby Walton U5
James Pearson L5
Asim Chaudry L5
Hope Stirland L5
Ayisha Iqbal L5
Some of the UK’s top performers in the Intermediate Mathematical Challenge qualify for the annual Kangaroo contest. This challenge has the aim of promoting mathematics among young people around the world. The name sounds strange, but recognises the fact that the organisation was inspired by the Australian Mathematics Trust. Pupils from more than 50 countries throughout the world take part.
We are delighted to announce that Hanhong Lin and Humza Ali qualified to take part in this challenge (Top 5000 in country).
Around 500 of the highest scorers in the UK from year 10 are invited to take part in the Intermediate Mathematical Hamilton Olympiad paper. Tim Pan has qualified to take part in this challenge. An amazing achievement.
Well done to all the students who took part. We are extremely proud of their achievements.
The scores of the 5 best performing students from each house were combined for a house competition.
The results were: York 258, Tudor 369 with the winners Lancaster 382.