Oswestry School students scooped 2 gold, 3 silver and 6 bronze awards in the recent UK Senior Maths Challenge. The A level students competed by answering 25 questions of increasing difficulty in a fixed period of time.
Over 4500 schools in the UK participate in the annual maths challenges, which are designed to stimulate interest in maths, using tests of reasoning and mental agility.
“Maths is a popular subject at Oswestry School and our students regularly achieve well at GCSE and A level,” said Miss Scott. “Taking part in the Maths Challenges helps them to increase their skills and to find further enjoyment in the subject.”
Four of the successful students will now go on to participate in the Regional Maths Team Challenge at Wolverhampton.
(grabbed from the oswestry school's website.. tu dsiring ah ada jua linknya Xp)