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THE PRIZE COMPETITION IS NOW OPEN
The Prize Competition is for pupils aged 14-15 on 1st september 2013, although anyone may try it. The Prize Competition allows us to choose the best 12 schools (based on the scores from the top 8 pupils) who will go through to the Live National Final in July. It is open during term-time school hours between 3rd February 2014 and 30th April 2014. Schools that wish to take part must register first. Visit the Quiz page for more information.

WIN PRIZES FOR YOUR SCHOOL IN A NATIONAL STATS & MATHS COMPETITION
The Royal Statistical Society Centre for Statistical Education (RSSCSE) and
Winton Capital Management are proud to announce that WinAtSchool 2014 will launch on 30 September 2013. WinAtSchool is an online competition, in statistics and mathematics for Year 10 and 11 pupils in all UK secondary schools.

The competition is fun and easy to enter, with prizes for winning schools:

FIRST PRIZE: £2,500
SECOND PRIZE: £1,000
THIRD PRIZE: £500

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Register to take part and receive your free resource pack.

BIG BANG PRIZE DRAW

Thank you to everyone that took part in the WinAtSchool Big Bang Prize Draw. Each day one correct entry was selected at random to win a £10 Amazon Gift Voucher. Congratulations to the winning pupil from each of the schools below. Your prizes are on their way.

13 March 2014: Lutterworth High School, Leicestershire
14 March 2014: Park Hall Academy, Birmingham
15 March 2014: St James Catholic Primary School, Birmingham
16 March 2014: Mark Rutherford School, Bedfordshire

The answers to the Prize Draw can be found below and a resource on this Risk Activity can be found on our resources page, in which pupils can calculate the risks.

Life is a risky business! Every day, we each carry out activities with varying levels of risk on our lives. We often assess the risk of activities in our heads and decide whether we are going to carry them out or not. But are these judgements realistic?

Rank these risks in order of risk of death for each activity, with 1 being the most dangerous and 5 being the least.

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