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Croydon College students took part in the Further Education Maths Challenge, competing against 7,000 students from across London.

Tekleab Weldu, Tejasvi Mohit, Do Minh and Wai Wong got to the final of the challenge, competing against 10 other colleges, coming second in the GCSE Go Forth category.

We’re enormously proud of our students for their fantastic achievement.

The Further Education Maths Challenge is a competition for post-16 students who are working towards gaining a Functional Skills maths qualification or improving their GCSE Mathematics grade.

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