Adding up to excellence
Trinity High School pupils did their community proud after emerging winners in a county wide math competition.
The Cambuslang school will now go on to compete against the very best of Scotland in the national finals.
The South Lanarkshire heat of Enterprising Maths challenge, for pupils in S3 and S4, took place in the Banqueting Hall, Council Offices, Hamilton on June 9.
Sixteen secondary schools from across South Lanarkshire were represented at the event by teams of four pupils.
The competitors engaged in a variety of mathematical activities throughout the day.
Trinity High School emerged eventual winners in a closely fought contest, followed by St John Ogilvie in second place and St. Andrew’s and St. Bride’s High School in third.
The grand final of the Enterprising Mathematics in Scotland competition is due to take place later this year where the team from Trinity High School will compete against the best teams from all over Scotland.
The winning team from Trinity High School was Joseph Watt, Hannah MacArthur, Sonny Coll, Dean Carberry)
Councillor Jean McKeown, Chair of South Lanarkshire Council’s Education Resources Committee said: “Once again, all of the teams performed extremely well.
“Congratulations to Trinity High School and good luck in the National finals.”