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Southwark College celebrated Maths Week 2020 with a range of workshops, competitions and free access to the Stick and Split app for students and staff which helps to strengthen understanding of multiplication, division, multiples and factors.  

The College took part in Maths Week to help change the narrative by making ‘Maths fun for all’ and encourage a positive perception of the subject by making it more accessible and enjoyable for everyone.

Led by the Maths department, a series of events took place at the College, including daily Kahoot quizzes on GCSE Maths making ‘Maths fun for all’. Many students participated in the competitions and won a range of prizes, including scientific calculators, stationery and chocolate.

First place 

  • Madeleine WatsonGrace and Bill Worboyes

Second place 

  • Julie PapadopoulouIngrid and Yaya Oumar Diallo Wade

Third place

  • Maverly CondoriRim and John Terrazas Rojas

Studying Maths can bring opportunities for further study, employment and career progression. Find out more about our range of courses at southwark.ac.uk/maths

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