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More Mathletics Success

Keen students have helped put CBA in the Mathletics Hall of Fame once again this term.

They have been logging onto the Mathletics website both in lessons and at home to participate in the online games and accumulate points.

Competition is fierce between classes across the UK and the world but CBA students have been doing the Academy proud.

The aim is to correctly answer as many questions as possible to climb the scoreboard (pictured) as thousands of other students compete simultaneously across the world.

Recent successes include Year 11 student Sophie Gibson who reached 95th position in the UK Top 100 Students Hall of Fame.

Matthew Hanna in Year 8 achieved 19th position in the UK and in 64th position in the world.

Year 8 students Adam Ohman and Abigail Buckland and Year 9 student Eleanor Jones have also triumphed.

Maths Teacher Maxwell Sam's Year 8 class ranked 9th in the UK Top 50 Classes at one stage and 28th in the world.

Mr Sam said: "We now have more and more students across the Academy working very hard to appear on the Hall of Fame and it is reflecting in their progress in their various classes."

Parents can now also register with the Mathletics website and receive a progress report of their child's performance.

They can visit http://scs.3plearning.co.uk/ParentCentre/registration.asp and contact CBA teachers Maxwell Sam or Liz Philips for their child's usernames and passwords.