Primary Mathematics Challenge 2009
This year more than 100,000 pupils took part in the UK's Primary Mathematics Challenge.
Mathematicians in Year 6 have been celebrating as 13 students achieved certificates with 3 gold, 8 silver and 2 bronze awards.
The challenge is an annual competition which provides students with intriguing papers designed to stimulate an interest in Maths. It is a tough competition which stretches our most able maths students and it is a great achievement to gain bronze, silver or gold certificates. Those taking part face a series of very challenging questions which cover a wide range of mathematical problems.
All those who entered should be congratulated on their achievements and a special mention given for Eloise Weeks, Louisa Grove-White and Isabel Vile who were each awarded gold certificates.