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Spalding Grammar students have heads for maths




Forty four students from Years 12 and 13 at Spalding Grammar School took part in the annual Senior Mathematics Challenge run by the UK Mathematics Trust.

Head of mathematics Emma Davison said: “The results were very pleasing with a number of students obtaining bronze, silver and gold certificates.”

Most notable were gold certificate recipients George Smith, Wojciech Such and Oliver Harrison (also best in school), placing them within the top five per cent of all entries.

Caption: Head of mathematics Emma Davison with (from left) George Smith, Oliver Harrison and Wojciech Such. (29036179)
Caption: Head of mathematics Emma Davison with (from left) George Smith, Oliver Harrison and Wojciech Such. (29036179)

These three students also took part in the Senior Kangaroo, a national competition which is invite-only for the top two per cent of entries. All did well again and received further certificates.


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