Bexley schools enjoy Maths Competition

PUBLISHED: 09:14 12 April 2018 | UPDATED: 09:14 12 April 2018

Pupils from across the borough took part in the Maths Challenge. Picture: Bexley Council

Pupils from across the borough took part in the Maths Challenge. Picture: Bexley Council


Teams from 10 Bexley schools took part in a cross-school 24 Game maths competition earlier this month.

On March 22, 19 teams of pupils took part in the four rounds, calculating different equations to make the number 24.

Barrington team one came first, accumulating an impressive score of 445 points.

Barrington team two came second with a combined score of 343 and Normandy team one came third with a combined score of 335.

The top seven teams will be now be pitting their mathematical talents against schools from the Greenwich in July.

The top twelve scoring pupils from the four rounds all entered an individual round to identify the top three highest scoring pupils.

Casey from Barrington came first, Samuel from Normandy came second and Ramodan from Normandy came third.

The schools who took part in the competition included: Barrington, Belmont, Danson, Foster’s, Hook Lane, Hurst, Normandy, Parkway, Pelham and St Stephen’s.

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