Nestlé Nespray is calling on all primary schools to register within the annual Nestlé Nespray South African Mathematics Disaster from now until March 5 2021. The deliver objectives to improve difficulty-solving and extreme pondering skills for pupils in Grades 4 -7.
Following a successful 2020 that saw over 1,000 schools and about 90,000 pupils from all the procedure thru the nation taking part within the problem, this one year the Nestlé Nespray South African Mathematics Disaster hopes schools will register as many pupils as imaginable.
Schools are inspired to enter this fun and thrilling manner of studying mathematics in uncover to empower pupils in Grades 4 – 7 to develop to be fair, ingenious, and extreme thinkers who’re in a location to account for and critically analyse day to day scenarios.
The deliver, which commenced in 1977, has contributed towards enhancing the quality of mathematics results for many primary schools, together with 2020’s award recipients:
- School with most entries – Beaumont Primary School (Western Cape)
- Top total performing school – Sweet Valley Primary School (Western Cape)
- Top performing recent school – Abana Primary School (North-West)
- Top performing Quintile 1 school – Mokgwathi Primary School (Limpopo)
- Top performing Quintile 2 school – Nyanda Primary School (KZN)
- Top performing Quintile 3 school – Imbaliyethu Primary School (KZN)
- Top performing Quintile 4 school – Laerskool Die Poort (Gauteng)
- Top performing Quintile 5 school – Sweet Valley Primary School (Western Cape)
Why ought to unruffled your school enter?
- The Nestlé Nespray South African Mathematics Disaster is acknowledged as one in all the categorical vehicles to promote the significance of mathematics at primary school stage.
- The Disaster is endorsed by the Division of Classic Education as a national competitors.
- The participation will stop in enhancing pupil’s mathematical information and thought of difficulty-solving concepts.
How to enter:
Time restrict: March 5 2021
The Nestlé Nespray South African Mathematics Disaster is proudly introduced to you by the South African Mathematics Foundation and AMESA in partnership with Nestlé Nespray.