The Pangea Mathematics Competition is held in 21 European countries with the transnational philosophy of “mathematics connects”. In the UK, almost 9000 pupils from 150 schools took part in the first round. 12 Chigwell School pupils did amazingly well to qualify for the national finals, which were held at Middlesex University.

Faced with some incredibly tricky questions, their enthusiasm and determination was a delight to see and amidst all the collected brainpower, Justina picked up a spot prize for the fastest in the room to solve a problem presented by the legendary Mr Numbervator.

Congratulations to all of them and we wish them luck for the finals on 4th May 2019.