A teacher at Aldenham School displayed a remarkable feat of memory today (Thursday) when he managed to recite from memory the first 2,500 digits of Pi.
James Harrison wowed staff and students to celebrate Pi Day when maths enthusiasts celebrate the number pi, represented by its first three digits of 3.14.
Many use the day to discuss the number, recite its digits and eat pie.
It is celebrated on the same day every year, March 14.
Mr Harrison’s efforts can be seen on the school’s official Facebook page.