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School leads Mathematics competition



Pampers Private School

Pampers Private School has emerged as the overall winner at the Lagos State Chapter of the Olympiad Mathematics competition.

The competition organised by the Mathematics Association of Nigeria had Pampers Private School securing four coveted medals, including first place in Lagos, third place in Lagos, the Best Female Primary Level award, and a special award from the Provost of Lagos State University of Education.

Speaking on the performance of the school, the Director of Studies, Dr Olayinka Oduwole, said that the remarkable achievement reaffirmed the school’s commitment to academic excellence and its prowess in nurturing the mathematical talents of its students.

According to her, the outstanding achievement has six out of the top ten competitors coming from Pampers Private School.

The pupils are Camelina Atebi, the Lagos State MAN Maths Olympiad Winner; Aderinola Balogun, third position; Tamilore Adenubi, fourth position; Vanessa Eze, fifth position; Jessica Nwobodo and Chimamanda Nwachukwu, joint ninth position

Oduwole expressed immense pride in the students’ exceptional performance and credited the school’s dedicated faculty for their unwavering support and commitment to academic excellence.

“We at Pampers Private School are delighted to celebrate this outstanding achievement. Our students have developed a love for mathematics over the years and they have shown this love, hard work, and unwavering commitment to excellence at every stage of the competition.”

“We are happy to bring this home as PPS remains steadfast to its vision of shaping the minds of future leaders and contributing to the advancement of education in mathematics,” she said.