EducateMaths Congratulates Student Achievers Wk 7 Term 2.
Pictured are Certificate awardees from Week 6. Certificates were awarded for Maths Improvement, Maths Practice and Maths Progessions;
Lachlan, Johrne, Estelle, Poppy, Brandon, Che', Joshua, Toni, Zak and Matthew
Week 7 Secondary/Intermediate Certificate Awardees..
Gold Achievement certificate
Che' Y 7 - 8 6 Achieved 3 Merit
Silver Achievement certificate
Harry NCEA 1 3 Achieved 1 Excellence
Bronze Achievement certificate
Zak Y 9 - 10 1 Achieved 1 Excellence
Chris Y 9 - 10 2 Achieved 1 Merit
Week 7 Primary and Intermediate Certificate Awardees
Gold Certificate: Brandon Y8,
4.68 weeks Maths Age progress
Silver Certificate: Kevin Y8, Alex B Y6
3.64 weeks Maths age progress
Bronze Certificate: Joshua Y3 and Luke Y8
3.12 weeks Maths Age progress,
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There is one common reason that is accounting for one-quarter of all immediate failures of driving tests - out of the options below, what do you think is the common reason Kiwis don't pass the test? Vote in our poll.
Find out the answer here.
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18.8% Travelling above the speed limit18.8% Complete
23.2% Not stopping at stop sign23.2% Complete
39.5% Not checking blind spots/mirrors39.5% Complete
Does the sunscreen you use offer the protection it claims on the label?
Consumer NZ has found nine out of 20 sunscreens they tested do not.
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Imagine receiving this pamphlet in your letterbox. Would you be compelled to donate?
In 1923 this was sent out to Auckland's citizens, requesting help to raise the remaining £50,000 of the total £200,000 which was needed to build the new Auckland War Memorial Museum. It included a call to donate, initial drawings of the planned Museum and a list of early donors.
The people of Auckland came through and all the funds were raised! The new Auckland Museum was opened on 28 November 1929.
We’re celebrating 90 years of Auckland Museum in Auckland Domain. Read more about the origins of the building here.