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The Scottish Mathematical Challenge is a problem-solving competition for individual pupils in Scottish secondary schools and upper primary schools (mainly P7), which began in Session 1976-77. The aim is to promote Mathematics as a source of interest and pleasurable achievement.
Marks are given for explanations of answers rather than for simply getting the correct answer.
In early summer winners of Gold, Silver and Bronze Certificates; the top winners are usually invited to a prize-giving ceremony and receive a much-prized Mathematical Challenge mug. Unfortunately, the ceremony will not be happening this year.
We are delighted to announce that Clara (L4) is awarded a Gold and Samanthi (U4) a Bronze in the Junior division, while Maira (U5) is awarded a Silver in the Middle Division.