On the 17th November the University of Wolverhampton
hosted the regional final of the UKMT Senior Team Maths Challenge.
Over 60 students from 16 local schools took
part in the competition, which was organised by the UKMT in
cooperation with the Further Maths Support Programme and the
University’s Maths Department.
The competition was a great success with both
students and teachers from all the participating schools enjoying
themselves. The winning team was from Concord College,
closely followed by teams from King Edward’s School in second place
and Tettenhall College coming third.
The Senior Team Maths Challenge is a national
competition, designed to promote mathematical dexterity, team
working, and communication skills. Regional heats are
currently taking place across the country. The winners from
these regional heats will go on to the final, which will be held in
London on 1st February 2012.
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