Posted February 08, 2018 08:10:03 A 12-years-old Sydney girl has been honoured with a National Maths Award.
Her teacher had been named the winner of the 2018 National Math Skills Award.
The school’s principal said the award came after years of working with students.
“It’s been a privilege for me and for my school to be named as one of the best schools in Australia,” Principal Stephanie Gee said.
“I would have never imagined we would have been nominated, especially at such a young age.”
“It is a very honour for our students and our community.”
The school has since been awarded a further $200,000 in funding to hire a new teacher and renovate its building.
“The achievement of our students is an incredible achievement, especially the first grade, the first year of the new teacher, the second grade, we’re so proud of them,” Principal Gee told 7.30.
“What the kids have done is phenomenal and so we’re hoping to see that continue and hopefully we can continue to work with them for a long time to come.”
“I think there are some things that are just about being together, and having a good time, and it’s a very good place to be,” she said.
In her acceptance speech, the teacher said she would work tirelessly with the children to help them improve.
I’m just excited to do it.” “
There is a big learning curve, but I can tell you, I’m a very ambitious person, I want to be a teacher.
I’m just excited to do it.”
A 12 year-old Melbourne girl has received an award for maths skills at a primary school in Melbourne.
The young woman is the youngest to receive the award, with her mother, who attended the ceremony, saying the award was a “dream come true”.
The girl, who was born in March 2018, was given an award to help fund her education.
The family is still hoping to find a school willing to accept her.
The award comes after a group of 12-month-old girls in Sydney were given a scholarship to study at a secondary school.
“This is a great moment for the 12-months-old children,” the girl’s mother, Jessica Phelan, said.
She said the prize was a chance to help the girls who were not as fortunate as her daughter.
“They had this opportunity, it was really difficult, and we all have been talking about it, talking about that and it has been a great opportunity,” she told 7:30.