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BSK students excel in the UK Mathematics Trust Junior Challenge
May 23, 2017, 11:52 am
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A group of students from Years 6, 7 and 8 at the British School of Kuwait (BSK) took part in the UK Mathematics Trust Junior Challenge. This challenge is aimed at Year 7 and 8 students in the UK, in which the top 40% achieve a Bronze award, the top 20% achieve a Silver award and the top 7% achieve a Gold award.

Of the students who participated from BSK, 3 students achieved Bronze, 4 achieved Silver, 11 achieved Gold and 6 have qualified for the next round, the prestigious Junior Mathematical Olympiad.

Congratulations to Moheb Eskaross in Year 8, Omar Deebas, Mazin Bersy, Rares Morosan, Mukta Kondpalle and Mahrukh Zahoor in Year 7 for qualifying for the Olmypiad and Yaqoub Alabdulmuhsen for being in Year 6 and achieving a Gold award. 

Well done to all who took part and the best of luck to those who are through to the next round.

The happy students were delighted to join BSK Founder Madame Vera Al Mutawa MBE, Head Teacher Ms Emma Bowie and their Maths teachers Mr Simon and Mr Milton for a celebratory photograph.

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