The winner of a competition designed to raise awareness of the maths workshops in College and show that maths can be fun has been announced.
Student Saniya Riaz was picked out of the hat of dozens of winning entries in the competition that was open to 17 and 18-year-olds across the College.
The competition involved solving an algebra puzzle involving cake, ice cream, pizza and doughnuts. And it was Saniya who enjoyed the sweet taste of success after solving the equation.
Saniya was presented with her prize, a £25 book token, by Russell Hodson, head of the maths and English department, and David Barlow, maths tutor.