Cromwell students celebrate maths challenge wins

PUBLISHED: 12:02 14 January 2016 | UPDATED: 12:02 14 January 2016

Cromwell Community College, Senior Maths Challenge. Left: Ben Milsom, Best in school and year 13, Gold Certificate. Rebecca Holt, Silver Certificate. Dylan Bevan Best in year 12 ,Silver Certificate. Will Tovey, Silver Certificate. Emma Tyler, Bronze Certificate. Picture: Steve Williams

Cromwell Community College, Senior Maths Challenge. Left: Ben Milsom, Best in school and year 13, Gold Certificate. Rebecca Holt, Silver Certificate. Dylan Bevan Best in year 12 ,Silver Certificate. Will Tovey, Silver Certificate. Emma Tyler, Bronze Certificate. Picture: Steve Williams

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Talented mathematicians from Cromwell Community College are celebrating after winning a senior maths challenge.

The challenge, which is aimed at all 16 to 19-year-olds studying mathematics, involves answering 25 multiple choice questions in 90 minutes and is sat in school under normal exam conditions.

Ben Milsom was named ‘best in school’, having achieved a merit and been crowned the ‘best in year 13’ as well as awarded a gold certificate.

Dylan Bevan was named ‘best in year 12’ and was awarded with a silver certificate, whilst Jamie Baker, Rebecca Holt and Will Tovey were each awarded silver certificates.

Joshua Doncaster, Holly Davies, Emily Woolfall and Emma Tyler were also given bronze certificates.


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