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CAMI Speed Challenge Final – Cape Peninsula district

18 October 2014

N1 City Mall, Goodwood

It’s time for the clever ones to battle it out in the CAMI Speed Challenge Final! 168 learners (grade 1-7) from 23 participating schools will get together on Saturday the 18th of October 2014 to compete in the last and final round of this year’s CAMI Speed Challenge. The event will take place in the Spur Court of the N1 City Mall and it promises to be an experience the kids will remember for many more years.

The winners of each grade will walk away with a laptop and the full CAMI Maths package, to the value of R16 000. 2nd Prize winners will each receive the CAMI Maths package worth R11 000 and the 3rd prizes are sponsored goods from some of the stores in the N1 City Mall.

Our sponsors for the day includes: N1 City Mall, Universe Direct, Cellucity, Ocean Basket, Panarottis, Computer Mania and Mugg & Bean.

 

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CAMI Speed Challenge Final

CAMI Speed Challenge Final – Cape Peninsula district

18 October 2014

N1 City Mall, Goodwood

It’s time for the clever ones to battle it out in the CAMI Speed Challenge Final! 168 learners (grade 1-7) from 23 participating schools will get together on Saturday the 18th of October 2014 to compete in the last and final round of this year’s CAMI Speed Challenge. The event will take place in the Spur Court of the N1 City Mall and it promises to be an experience the kids will remember for many more years.

The winners of each grade will walk away with a laptop and the full CAMI Maths package, to the value of R16 000. 2nd Prize winners will each receive the CAMI Maths package worth R11 000 and the 3rd prizes are sponsored goods from some of the stores in the N1 City Mall.

Our sponsors for the day includes: N1 City Mall, Universe Direct, Cellucity, Ocean Basket, Panarottis, Computer Mania and Mugg & Bean.

 
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Therefore, the need for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is greater than ever before. ICT is an important enabler for effective teaching and learning. Emphasis on empowering educators and learners is essential to improve numeracy and literacy skills.

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In 1993 CAMI partnered with various schools in the Johannesburg area. Today CAMI is used in more that a thousand schools in South Africa. International educational institutions also recognised the inherent value of the software and CAMI is proud to announce current involvement in countries such as India, Australia, Singapore and England, to name but a few.

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