Students and staff have been baking maths themed goodies in LCH’s Mathematical MasterChef competition.

This was in an effort to raise money for NSPCC in celebration of Number Day.

Number Day is an awareness day by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) where students get involved in Maths-themed fundraising activities.

There were all sorts of tasty treats on offer, all with their own take on the mathematical theme.

From calculator cakes to equation muffins, there were lots of creative entries!

It was difficult to judge, but the Maths department selected their two runners-up:

Amelie (Year 10)


Eloise (Year 8)


And with a design that really takes the cake…Adeline in Year 7 was crowned the overall winner!

All entries received House points, with 20 points awarded to the winner.

Thanks to the great effort from all of our bakers (and our cake-eaters!), we raised £140!

The Maths department would like to thank everyone who supported the competition, the funds we have raised will be a great help to the NSPCC.

Who knew maths could be so delicious!