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Maths Certificate Awardees EducateMaths Week 10 Term 2

Principal Director from EducateNZ - Maths Tutoring

EducateMaths Congratulates Student Achievers Wk 10 Term 2.

Pictured are Certificate awardees from Week 9.
Certificates were awarded for Maths; Improvement, Practice and Progressions: Olivia Y8, Brooke Y8, Xavier Y3, Joshua Y3, Luke Y8, Toni Y8, Knixon Y4, Estelle Y8, Brianna Y4, Matthew Y10 and Aidan Y3.

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Week 10 Secondary/Intermediate Certificate Awardees..

Gold Achievement certificate
Che' Y 8 3 Achieved 1 Merit 2 Excellence

Bronze Achievement certificate
Matthew Y10 2 Achieved 1 Excellence
Olivia Y8 3 Achieved 1 Merit
Brooke Y8 5 Achieved

Week 10 Primary and Intermediate Certificate Awardees

Gold Certificate:
Aidan Y3, 6.76 weeks Maths Age progress

Silver Certificate:
Xavier Y3 5.72 weeks Maths age progress

Bronze Certificate:
Ada Y6 3.64 weeks Maths Age progress,

Congratulations to the above students

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