The High 5 – Junior Mathematicians Challenge targeted gifted and talented primary students who were in Years 5 and 6 during scholastic year 2015 – 2016 in both state and non-state primary schools.
“The aim of this challenges was to give further opportunity to gifted and talented primary students to hone their talents through practice with stimulating mathematical problems.”
3 students from our school, namely Shanice Sammut, Matteo Stagno, Milena Stagno qualified for this challenge and the students had the opportunity to participate in five 2-hour training seminars which took place after school hours.
Matteo Stagno, placed third in the overall competition. Well done to these students for their achievements 🙂