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UK Maths Challenge 2021

  • 14 October 2021

Several pupils in Year 7 and 8 represented Healing School by taking part in the UKMT this year. The UKMT is a Maths challenge that pupils across the whole country can take part in, with questions that range from simple to very challenging. Our pupils did brilliantly and received some excellent scores, with some of them receiving bronze, silver or even gold certificates. This means they were in the top 40% of all students that took part across the whole country! Poppy Schofield in Year 8 did so well that she managed to get through to a follow on round – we cannot wait to see how she gets on and will give you an update when we have it. We are very proud of all of the pupils that took part.

Bronze Certificate Winners
Year 7: Ali Ahmadi Aaliyah Azaka Chloe Bevan Ginny Borum William Hadfield Millie Major Kamil Staniszewski
Year 8: Oscar Banks Harry Barber Olufowobi Maya Cass Alex Jucha Liberty Miall Naomi Pannell Darcey Porritt Will Smith Caleb Steadman Callum Williams

Silver Certificate Winners
Year 7: Mohammad Ahmadi Lucy Bulbeck Theo Turner
Year 8: Liam Busby Jorja Emmerson Blake Woods

Gold Certificate Winner and through to follow on round
Year 8: Poppy Schofield

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