Gold to Bronze Winners in Global UKMT Mathematics Competition

The International Day of Mathematics is an annual event observed in many countries on 14 March. It’s also known as Pi Day due to the date being written as 3/14 in some countries, corresponding to the mathematical constant Pi (approximately 3.14).

At Dulwich College Suzhou, we organized a range of activities to celebrate this day. Our students not only enjoyed engaging in maths-related activities but also achieved commendable results in the UKMT (United Kingdom Mathematics Trust) competitions.

---Ms Betty Lutterodt, Head of Mathematics at the Senior School

We are thrilled to celebrate our students' outstanding success in the UKMT—Intermediate Mathematical Challenge (IMC). The IMC encourages mathematical reasoning, precision of thought, and fluency and develops students' ability to solve interesting and complex mathematical problems.

With an incredible achievement of 9 global gold, 10 global silver, and 3 global bronze awards, our students have showcased their strong mathematical ability and dedication. Special recognition goes to Jiwoo L (Year 11) for earning the Best in School award and to Ethan M (Year 9), Scott Z (Year 10), and Sharmaine T (Year 8) for their outstanding performances, earning them the Best in Year awards. We are immensely proud of all our students' accomplishments and commitment to excellence.


Best in School                  Jiwoo L, Year 11

Best in Year                    Sharmaine T, Year 8      Ethan M, Year 9     Scott Z,Year 10

In honour of the International Day of Mathematics and to celebrate the joy of learning math at DCSZ, we organized various activities. Let's take a look at what our students have done to commemorate Pi Day!

DUCKS students had the opportunity to experience the wonders of mathematics through various engaging activities!

Senior school students enjoyed the maths myth during lunchtime.

Congratulations to our students! A big thank you to Ms Betty Lutterodt, Head of Mathematics at the Senior School, for leading our students to achieve such remarkable results!