It seems that Madison mathematically processes swimming impressions she has in the pool because her Maths grades are well ahead of everything else she learns in school. New grading ranges from 1 – 8 and that is for all years including A-levels. Madison is now in year 8 and has already a 7b in Maths.
I think her best development for Maths was made whilst Madison was in her small Primary School, St. John’s in Bethnal Green, a school that was officially a failure and then of course also on the extra Maths lessons Madison received at Raine’s Foundation School in Bethnal Green, also in need of improvement, according to Ofsted.
Madison shall continue her education in a local school, Raine’s Foundation where she learned the basics for her Mathematical brilliance in after-school sessions.
The life of a swimmer doesn’t just centre around the swimming, it is very important for swimmers to get good grades, so they can build a future career whilst sporting brilliance prevails.