Pupils represent their schools in mathematics challenge
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Children from Clevedon and Tickenham took part in a maths challenge.
Forty students from All Saints, Tickenham, St Nicholas' Chantry, Yeo Moor and Mary Elton primary schools tackled a series of puzzles designed to test their mathematical and problem-solving skills.
They worked in small teams to represent their schools, which are all part of the Clevedon Learning Trust.
The winning teams were Tickenham A Team year five and Tickenham B Team year six.
Rebecca Underwood, a teacher from Tickenham Primary School, said: "The children thoroughly enjoyed their time and were buzzing with enthusiasm on their return to school.
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"The variety of mathematical activities available were really fun and challenged the children perfectly."
Mark Nelson, event organiser, said: "As a trust we cater for a wide range of pupil interests."
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