A It is thought that the youngest British youngster has been described as a ten-year-old P to 220 decimal places, having been on the stage of the school service.
Charley Thomas, of Wycliffe Preparatory School at Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, won the ceremony for a celebration of Pi's day on 14 March, after a week of preparation for a week.
A pipe is measured by dividing a circle with a diameter. The first numbers, 3.14, are quite significant, but the number is very long and it is difficult to extend the sequence as the pattern does not follow.
Charley said: "I am not very good at standing up and doing something before people so I was rather curious at a congregation.
"I had been preparing at home and I knew I could go to 220 places. I really like maths."
The number is used in engineering, physics, massage and space exploration – as its value can be used in calculations for waves, circles and cylinders.
According to the World Class List Pi website, with Indian names Suresh Kumar Sharma as the psalm writer in 70,030 in 2015, Charley is putting 451 worldwide.
Charley's head, Adrian Palmer, said: "This is a marvelous achievement and one that Wycliffe had not previously done. Charley was highly commended for his efforts in a congregation and deserved it."