A youngster from Dundee has been recognised as the top scoring individual pupil in a national maths competition.
Ed York, who has just started P7 at the High School of Dundee after previously being a pupil at Eastern Primary, answered all 1,000 questions correctly in the Maths Week Scotland competition.
The contest, held by Sumdog, marks the third time 11-year-old Ed has topped the leaderboard with a perfect score in the competition.
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He was presented with the Maths Week Scotland Sumdog Trophy by Scotland’s Deputy First Minister John Swinney.
Sumdog chief executive Andrew Hall said: “We believe every child has the potential to achieve, but some are more confident than others.
“We’ve designed Sumdog to engage all pupils – especially those who haven’t found learning easy.”