Impressive results from our young mathematicians

St John’s Beaumont Preparatory School in Old Windsor, Berkshire has taken part in the Intermediate Mathematical Challenge which is run by the UK Mathematics Trust for students across the UK. The challenge is a 60-minute, multiple-choice competition aimed at Upper School students across the UK. It encourages mathematical reasoning, the precision of thought, and fluency in using basic mathematical techniques to solve interesting problems.

We are extremely pleased with the great results achieved by our SJB boys, given that the challenge is aimed at Year 11 students and under and our boys in year 6, 7 and 8 compete well out of year group. This year we have won well over 20 bronze, silver and gold certificates with some of the boys getting through to the national final. 

Congratulations to the following students for their achievements:

Gold certificates: Aarush (Y 8), Harry (Y 8), Iron (Y 7), Holly (Y 6), Shaurya (Y 6), William (Y 7)

Silver certificates: Aksel (Y 7), Enzo (Y 8), Fadi (Y 8), Tom (Y 8), Jerry (Y 7)

Bronze certificates: Andrys (Y 7), David (Y 7), Feras (Y 7), Francisco (Y 8), Jin (Y 7), Krishiv (Y 8), Marcus (Y 7), Pedro (Y 8), Thomas (Y 6), Thomas (Y 7)

Congratulations to Aarush, Iron, Holly, Shaurya, Jerry & William who are through to the next round (Grey Kangaroo), top 8000 in the country and Harry (Y 8) who has advanced to the Cayley Olympiad for the top 1500 in the country.