Seven classes from Melland High School participated in the Greater Manchester Sumdog competition where students faced other schools online answering as many maths questions as possible.
The competition took place over five school days, involved 33 classes and 598 students across Manchester who managed to correctly answer 127, 752 questions between them!
All students played brilliantly during lessons, breaks and at home which saw 16 Melland students in the top 100 and 3E and 4D winning the daily prize on two separate occasions.
Special mention goes to the whole of 3E for finishing second in the competition and particularly Kais Smith who finished 7th out of 598 students who competed in Manchester. Well done Kais!