MATHEMATICAL masterminds of the future are in the making at an Almondbury school.
Pupils at King James's School have been taking part in a challenge run by the United Kingdom Mathematics Trust, based at Leeds University.
The challenge features a 25-question multiple choice maths test, which requires students to combine complex maths skills with other skills, such as logic.
The tests come at three levels.
The 25 pupils who took part from King James's took the intermediate test, which is designed for students in Years 9, 10 and 11.
Three pupils - Greg Wadsworth, Ryan Leach and Henry Bradford - achieved gold awards for their performances.
They did so well that they are moving on to more challenging tests.
Four other pupils won silver awards and three won bronze awards.
Maths teacher and exam officer David Bradford - Henry's father - said the awards came as the school was granted status as a Specialist Science College.