CASTELL Alun High School has played host to a mathematics roadshow.
A series of workshops led by Cardiff-based science education centre Techniquest was given to Year 7 pupils of the school, as well as Year 6 pupils from Flintshire primary schools, to help them in their transition to secondary school.
The Techniquest team engaged pupils in a broad range of activities and showed how much fun learning maths can be.
Problem-solving games proved to be particularly popular and pupils were able to develop their knowledge and understanding of the subject.
Maths teacher Joanne Jones said she was happy with the impact of the roadshow and the participation of the pupils.
Mrs Jones said: 'The children were really interested in the activities and learned a great deal from the sessions.
'They enjoyed themselves and, in some cases, a new curiosity to explore the various fields of mathematics was developed.'