Well done to all our Pi competition winners. We mark Pi Day at Bradon Forest each year and this year Mrs Elias ran a maths based competition.  Students had to follow a maths treasure hunt and answer a series of questions.  The winners said it was very hard!  Congratulations to Year 7 Sophie G, Year 8 Albie and Year 10 students Minna, Harry S, Lois H, Joyce and Ruby M.

Why is March 14 called Pi Day?  March 14 marks Pi Day, an annual celebration of the mathematical sign pi. Founded in 1988 by physicist Larry Shaw, March 14 was selected because the numerical date (3.14) represents the first three digits of pi, and it also happens to be Albert Einstein’s birthday!