Dauntsey’s Dodecahedron 2017

The Dauntsey’s Dodecahedron is a highly respected maths competition, now in its 29th year. The competition sees over 1000 able mathematicians, from over 50 schools across the south west region, participating in the preliminary round. The competition is open to pupils aged 12 or under on the 31 August 2017.

The preliminary round took place at Sandroyd with pupils sitting an hour-long multiple choice paper of 32 questions. The papers were marked in-house and results were then submitted to Dauntsey’s.

A finals day is to be held at Dauntsey’s on June 7th for around 30 of the most successful pupils and I am pleased to announce that 3 of our pupils achieved the required score to participate in this round. Those pupils are Fay Feng and Douglas Page from Year 6 and Edward Fuller from Year 7. Well done to all who entered but a special congratulations to the 3 finalists. We wish them luck for June 7th.