In Week 4 we went toe-to-toe with Trump in analysing our country’s carbon footprint, we considered how the world is going to feed 9 billion people in 2030, and we embraced the growth mindset!
Congratulations to the following 20 students who topped our leaderboard at the close of Week 4!
1. Sachiel Subramoney, Crawford College La Lucia – R1000
2. Malaika Maharaj, Westville Girls’ High School – R800
3. Lesego Makgwa, Northlands Girls’ High School – R800
4. Erica Vegter, Glenwood House – R800
5. Emihle Tshangana, York High School – R800
6. Kaylee Rudman, King David High School Linksfield – R500
7. Shriyaa Sooklal, Maris Stella – R500
8. Shravan Premchand, Crawford College La Lucia – R500
9. Tahir Omar Carrim, Sutherland High School – R500
10. Tyler Park, Pretoria Boys High School – R500
11. Jeanne Blaisse, Bridge House School – R400
12. Aadilah Paruk, Durban Girls’ High School – R400
13. Michael Kotze, Curro Hazeldean – R400
14. Stefanos Panagiotidis, Rondebosch Boys’ High School – R400
15. Thomas Child, Bridge House School – R400
16. Scarlet Singh, Maris Stella – R300
17. Lesli Jane Williams, Wittebome HS. – R300
18. Alexandra Carter Johnson, Glenwood House – R300
19. Sara Gopal, Riebeek College Girls’ High School – R200
20. Tadiwanashe Matope, Trinityhouse Little Falls High School – R200
The students will be awarded with a cash prize incentive (ranging from R200 – R1000) for their efforts.
*Note that the student top scorers are selected based on points scored from challenge submissions only.