A group of Batley pupils have shown they can be counted on after winning a maths award.
Year four pupils at Warwick Road School entered a district wide competition - where children complete educational games online.
More than 1,000 youngsters entered the Sumdog maths contest and the Batley school pupils scored highest in the challenges.
Sumdog’s free math games are designed to improve math fluency for pupils.
Year four teacher Safiya Laher said: “Each child was given a log in and assigned an avatar so they could access the games at home.
“They played different maths games and it let us know what their weaknesses and strengths were.
“Results showed they were first and second on all the games and won the competition, which is fantastic.”
The scores from each challenge were emailed to Miss Laher so she could track their progress.
The pupils were awarded coins for completing challenges, which could be spent on items for their avatar.
Miss Laher said: “The boys have all bought BMXs for their avator and a few of the girls bought some headbands, but it all helped keep them engaged.”
Year four pupil Suleman Dadhiwala did particularly well registering in the top 10 pupils from across the district.