Youngsters across the Aberdeen have battled it out at a national maths competition.
The Regional Finals of the National Young Mathematicians’ Awards took place at Sainsbury’s on Garthdee Road in the city on Wednesday..
Teams from Kaimhill Primary School, Quarryhill School and Robert Gordon’s College took part in the annual competition organised by tuition provider, Explore Learning and the NRICH Project at the University of Cambridge.
Kirsty Waddle, centre director at Explore Learning Aberdeen, said: “It was lovely to have schools along for round two, we were really impressed with progress displayed from the previous round.
“They had clearly taken on board the feedback we gave and we were really impressed with the teamwork and common sense skills shown.
“The children seemed to really enjoy the day and had lots of fun working together! Even the teachers enjoyed passing the problem together as well!”
Charlotte Gater, head of curriculum at Explore Learning, added: “The schools who have made it to this point have done extremely well, after some really competitively fought first rounds.”
The results will be tallied up in the coming days in order to find out who has made it to the final stage.