'Maths is cool' is the message from a student who recently triumphed in a regional maths challenge that took place in Suffolk.
17 year old Diogo Santos is studying at One and he and three other students took part in a competition known as the senior maths challenge.
They scored well enough to progress through to a national (kangaroo) round. (Results yet to be announced).
During the kangaroo round (that is sometimes described as the maths Olympiad), they were up against 6000 of the brightest mathematical minds in the country and all four students from One will be hoping they can become the first student from One to get a distinction.
Diogo, who had an interview with Trinity College Cambridge last week, said, "You can do anything with maths. You can be an accountant, and economist, an engineer – whatever you want – so yes maths is cool."
"Students from One have been successful in this competition before but no-one has got higher than a merit before. So that's was our challenge."
Diogo was joined by Rachel Chau, Cody Eddington and Kristina Soboleva during the kangaroo round.
Anita Robinson is a teacher of maths at One. She said, "I feel very proud of them. They are all exceptional students and excellent mathematicians. It's good for them to push themselves and go up against other people across the country. I'm very proud of them."