Youngsters proved to be 'sum-thing' truly special as they tackled numeracy problems head-on at a Lanarkshire secondary school.St Andrew's High in Coatbridge hosted its annual P7 maths challenge, with organisers "wowed" by the skills on show.Eight teams consisting of four pupils from the town's St Stephen's, St Monica's, St Patrick's, St Bernard's, St Mary's, St Timothy's, Our Lady and St Joseph's and Corpus Christi primaries took part.The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.
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Timothy's' 'relay round' performance was simply outstanding and meant that they overtook five of the other teams to take top spot."All of the teams involved did a marvellous job and were a credit to their schools."The maths challenge is one of the highlights of our year and it's brilliant to see so manyRead more on dailyrecord.co.uk