Maths Challenge February 2016

Maths Challenge February 2016

On Thursday, 4th February some of our Year 9 students took part in this year’s UK Mathematics Trust (UKMT) Intermediate Maths Challenge.  The UKMT is a registered charity whose aim is to advance education in mathematics and includes the organisation of these competitions.

The Intermediate Challenge is aimed at the top third of pupils in Year 11 or below in England and Wales with the top 40% of students nationally receiving a gold, silver or bronze certificate.  One student in each school also receives a ‘Best in School’ certificate.

Best in School and Gold Award Winner was Megan Sykes.

Silver Award Winners included: Lewis Bird, Charlotte Youles, Bertie Raffle and Ben Haluch.

Bronze Award Winners included:  Isobel Stander and Lorna Brierly.

Well done to all!



09 Mar 2016

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