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Sixth formers in maths competition at UWE - November 2012

Four sixth formers entered the regional final of the Senior Maths Team Challenge held at Frenchay Campus, UWE. It is the second time Writhlington students have entered this competition which is open to all schools in the Bristol and surrounding areas. The team held its own and improved on last year’s result, finishing amongst the top state schools. Several local schools were in a close battle until the end with Writhlington prevailing against Norton Hill and Chew Valley Schools. The students really enjoyed the evening, especially the challenge and the opportunity to show their extended knowledge outside of the A Level syllabus.



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