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Study weekend gives maths students the extra factor

Published on 09/05/19

GCSE students from East Point Academy multiplied their maths knowledge at a weekend study camp in a country house.

Inspiration Trust co-founder Lord Theodore Agnew and his wife Lady Clare Agnew invited 12 Year 11 boys to their home by the Norfolk coast for a weekend of intensive study sessions on key topics ahead of their GCSE exams.

Last month, East Point governor Miranda Kendall and her husband William held a study weekend for Year 11 girls at their Suffolk home.

East Point head of maths Emily Spence said: “We would like to thank Theodore and Clare for their hospitality, and for giving us such a warm welcome.

“The pupils behaved impeccably and the Agnews’ beautiful home was the perfect place for short and intensive maths sessions.”