Australian and New Zealand students take out the Kip McGrath Education Centres Worldwide Times Tables Challenge.
Students from the Kip McGrath Education Centres in Remuera and Willetton took out the recent Kip McGrath Worldwide Times Tables Challenge, which is held in Kip McGrath Education Centres throughout the world each year.
Students compete in the challenge over a period of 2 months to improve their times tables and attain their best score on the Kip McGrath Times Tables computer program. They have the chance not only to attain a personal best and improve their times tables skills, but also to compete with Kip McGrath students from all over the world.
This year, over 2000 students competed in the challenge from countries including Australia, New Zealand, the UK, South Africa and Singapore.
In the Under 8 Years age group: Daniella Lu won the Level 1 challenge and Akindu Marasinghe was the winner of Levels 2 and 3. They are both students at the Remuera centre in New Zealand.
Carmel Palan, from the Willetton centre in Western Australia, took out all three levels in the 8-10 Years category. She was able to complete 209 correct times tables in just 2 minutes.
In the 11-14 Years age group: William Ellis from the Willetton centre achieved the highest score of the competition, with 211 correct answers on Level 1 and Dean Puwananuwat from the Remeura centre won Levels 2 and 3.
Jack Wang of the Willetton centre took out Level 1 in the 14+ Years age group and Brian Lam of Remeura was the champion for Levels 2 and 3.
Pictured Above– Winners William Ellis and Carmel Palan with their tutor, Dr Anne Devenish.
| Jack Wang with Willetton centre owner, Julie Courtis.
| Winners Dean Puwananuwat, Akindu Marasinghe and Daniella Lu are presented their certificates by New Zealand Master Franchisee, Jonathan Anderson.
Congratulations to the winning students and to all Kip McGrath Students who participated.