By Tarvin Webteam - 1st June 2019 6:00am
The sixth UK Schools Mathematical Challenge, sponsored by NatWest Bank in 1993, attracted almost 105,000 year nine pupils nationwide.
Sixty were from Tarporley High School and twenty five achieved gold, silver or bronze certificates but the top pupil was Chris Stott,14, of Tarvin. The photograph shows Chris with NatWest representative, Brian Roberts.
Chris' reward was to go on to the UK Junior Mathematical Olympiad.
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