SELECTED pupils from Year 10 at Birchwood High School visited London as part of a maths residential visit.
The trip was designed to inspire able mathematicians to consider using their talents to pursue a career that utilises their mathematical ability, whether that be architecture, structural/mechanical engineering or financial services to name but a few.
After a very early start the year 10 mathematicians had a great first day in London.
They visited the Bank of England, The Shard, St Paul’s Cathedral, the London Stock Exchange
The sightseeing walk continued via the wobbly Millennium Bridge, Shakespeare’s Globe, The Golden Hinde, the Tower of London, Olympic stadium, etc.