From March 11th– 22nd 2018, Mangahigh held its annual ‘Middle East Maths Ninja Challenge’, which saw a 35% increase in the number of schools participating in the competition compared with the previous year. A total of 17,000 students participated and 1,243 of these students won individual medals.

Competition Winners
1st place: The Westminster School, Dubai
2nd place: Dubai Gems Private School
3rd place: Ajyal Al Maarefah International School, Saudi Arabia

 

What are schools saying about The Middle East Maths Ninja Challenge and Mangahigh?

(Re-posted from Teach Middle East Magazine)

 

The Westminster School, Dubai
“ We are delighted to be the reigning Mangahigh Middle East Maths Ninja Challenge winners. Our staff and students have worked hard and we are very proud of them” Last year we were second place winners and this year we took the top spot. Our students have excelled and have had fun at the same time. We look forward to retaining the top spot next year”.
 

 

Dubai Gem Private School
“Mangahigh offers one of the best online platforms for students to practice Mathematics, with best possible animations, games, challenging questions right from Foundation stage to KS5”.
 

“The students of Dubai Gem Private School have been using Mangahigh for the last two years and seen real growth in their numeracy skills. Every year students enthusiastically participate in The Middle East Maths Ninja Challenge with great success, we are delighted to be the second place winner this year”.

 

Amity School
“Students at Amity school love to learn mathematics with Mangahigh and they enjoyed taking part in the Maths Ninja Challenge, as it was learning and fun all rolled into one”.
 

 

Al Ameen Private School
“ Mangahigh makes Learning fun for students. It helps to dispel the fear of mathematics and motivates students to learn”.
 

“Mangahigh can be used as a great starter or plenary activity and is already differentiated, that is why we as teachers of mathematics love it”.

 

Raha International School
“At Raha International School, we have enjoyed working with Mangahigh and participating in the Middle East Maths Ninja Challenge, our students find it to be fun and engaging but above all the content of the games is tied to the curriculum and compliments what is being studied in class very well”.
 

 

The Sheffield Private School
“At The Sheffield Private School, the Mangahigh Maths Ninja Challenge has helped to increase the students’ enthusiasm for mathematics, The students find the games quite thrilling. We are very proud of our students’ performance in the challenge, we look forward to them rising the ranks from seventh place to the top three in the near future”.
 

 
 

Click here to access the original magazine feature (p. 42-43)

 

Alternatively, you can click here for the feature on Teach Middle East Magazine’s online blog
 

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