Learners honoured for maths skills

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The Grade 9 learners received prizes at the Prestige Mathematics Prize-giving 2021

The Prestige Mathematics Prize-giving 2021 was conducted for the 11th time on Tuesday 30 November and learners from Bloemfontein, Kimberley, Winburg, Welkom, Senekal and Brandfort attended to receive their awards. The ceremony that was held at Jim Fouché High School, was festive and celebratory, thanks to the sponsorships of various bodies.

Grade 9 winners

The following Grade 9 learners received prizes at the Prestige Mathematics Prize-giving 2021: Jana Rossouw (Jim Fouché High School,) first prize as well as the trophy for sustained achievement in mathematics olympiads in 2021; Lindsey Neveling (Jim Fouché High School), second prize as well as the trophy for best progress in 2021; Andries van der Walt and René Koekemoer (both from Jim Fouché), third and fourth prizes respectively, and Wildré Lloyd (Grey College), fifth prize.

Grade 10 winners

The Grade 10 learners who received prizes at the Prestige Mathematics Prize-giving 2021, are from the left: Cara Stevens (Eunice) first prize, as well as the trophy for sustained achievement in mathematics olympiads; Damien Richards (Jim Fouché High School), second prize as well as the trophy for best progress in 2021; Daniel Goncalves, third prize; Marlé van der Merwe (Jim Fouché High School), fourth prize and Marko Oelofse (Jim Fouché High School), sixth prize. Adriaan Schlebusch from Futurum (fifth prize) was absent.

Grade 11 winners

Two Grade 11 learners who were honoured with prizes are Ricardo Branco (Grey College), who received second prize; and Kamohelo Mohono (Welkom High School), who received first prize. Ricardo also received the trophy for sustained achievement in mathematics olympiads and Kamohelo received the trophy for best progress in 2021.

Grade 12 winners

Grade 12 learners who were honoured with prizes are from the left: Christine Rossouw (Jim Fouché High School), who won the first prize and also received trophies for best progress and sustained achievement in mathematics in 2021; Mahike Kilian (Jim Fouché High School); Tsebo Molatoli (Winburg Combined School) and Fiona Lee (St. Michael’s School for Girls), who all received prizes for good performance in mathematics olympiads during 2021.