Kangaroo Math Competition (KMC) 2018 Intensive
KMC 2018 Contest Day – mid-March 2018
KMC 2018 Intensive Schedule
TeamMathicians’ Achievement in KMC 2016 & 2017
5 Grand Prix awards, 29 Golds, 29 Silvers and 23 Bronzes in KMC 2016
3 Grand Prix awards, 26 Golds, 42 Silvers and 30 Bronzes in KMC 2017
These consistent results have PROVEN that TeamMathics Maths Enrichment Programme (TM-MEP) and KMC Intensive Programme are effective in helping students tackle challenges in school maths exam and Kangaroo Math Competition. With the Effectiveness of CPA Teaching in Developing HOTS, our coaches can always help students achieve better results, either in school ranking, national ranking or global ranking. The ultimate goal is, we aim to train all TeamMathicians to improve their Depth of Knowledge (DOK) in mathematical problem solving and nurture generations of creative problem solvers!
Kangaroo Math Competition (KMC) is an annual international math competition for primary and secondary school students.
In the early 1980s, Peter O’Holloran, a math teacher at Sydney, started a math competition in Australian schools. The competition was in multiple choice format, which meant that thousands of pupils could participate at the same time. The contest, which was known as the Australian Mathematical National Contest, was a tremendous success.
In 1991, two French teachers, André Deledicq and Jean Pierre Boudine, decided to start a competition in France under the name “Kangaroo” (or Kangourou in French) to pay tribute to their Australian friends. In the first edition, 120,000 students took part. In the first few years, the contest grew until more than 20 European countries participated. The countries jointly formed the Association Kangourou sans Frontieres (AKSF), which in English means the Association of Kangaroo Without Borders.
Fast forward to 2013, Malaysia was unanimously elected to join the AKSF, at the annual AKSF meeting in Protaras Beach, Cyprus. Mr. Suhaimi Ramly was appointed as the country representative. Mr. Suhaimi is the coach for the national team to the International Mathematical Olympiad since 2007, and has been active with organizing many mathematics camps and competitions in the country.