From over 1,000 entries, the finalists of the Dauntsey’s Dodecahedron have now been announced and invited to finals day at Dauntsey’s on 12 June.
Now in its 27th year, this prestigious Maths competition is open to pupils across the South West aged 12 and under. This year, 49 schools registered to take part.
Thirty four pupils, representing around 3% of entries have been invited to the finals day when they will complete two mathematical investigations, a challenging multiple choice paper and a Maths trail around Dauntsey’s school site.
“To be invited to take part in the Dodecahedron Finals Day is a sign of achievement in itself”, said Pete Mobbs, Head of Maths at Dauntsey’s.
“I am delighted so many schools took part and that over 1,000 pupils enjoyed the initial Maths challenges we set. Many congratulations to the 34 finalists who I am very much looking forward to meeting next month”.
The 34 finalists for the 27th Dauntsey’s Dodecahedron are from the following schools:
- Abingdon Prep
- Bristol Cathedral Choir School
- Clifton College Prep
- Dauntsey Academy Primary School
- Holy Trinity CE Primary Academy
- Horris Hill Prep School
- King Edward's Bath
- Millfield Preparatory School
- Pilgrims School
- St Neot’s Preparatory School
- Salisbury Cathedral School
- St Francis School
- St John's Marlborough
- St Margaret's Prep, Calne
- St Peter's Junior
- Stroud School
- Taunton Prep School
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