A Norfolk youngster with a key eye for numbers has conquered a quiz that has even been leaving some adults bamboozled.

Year Three Leo, a pupil at OneSchool Global in Swaffham, recently saw off competition from 450 others to win a national maths competition.

The challenge involved youngsters being given 20 teasers of varying levels of difficulty, requiring pupils to master a range of mathematical methods.

These included fractions, equations and mental arithmetic, with pupils from all 27 of the organisation's UK schools.

And eight-year-old Leo came away with the best results in the country, scoring 19/20 in the quiz and recording a record time.

Paul Rapley, principal at Swaffham's OneSchool Global - a chain of independent faith schools - said: "All of us would like to say a huge well done to Leo for his incredible achievements in this national maths challenge."

Leo was also one of just two pupils nationwide to answer one particular question - a tricky number puzzle that required him to find numerical values of shapes.

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His school said his success was a testament to his natural talent.

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