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posted 19 Jun 2018, 02:44 by Timothy Williams   [ updated 18 Jul 2018, 10:38 ]
Exam preparation took on a competitive edge for Edmonton youngsters.
A group of 15 Year 11 students from Nightingale Academy represented their school at the annual AET
Academy Maths Challenge Day.

The aim of the competition was to improve students’ maths skills and teamwork in preparation for their
GCSE exams.
The competition, held at the University of Essex, Colchester Campus, involved questions on composite
functions, inverse functions, proof, probability, vectors and surds.
Andrew Scott, associate senior leader, said: “Although Nightingale Academy did not win the competition, all
participants must be commended for their sterling performance throughout the day. Special mention must
be made of the winning team from Nightingale Academy consisting of Bailey Domin, Abdifitaah Mohamed
and Daniel Ansah.”