Today was a special day at Liss Junior school as each of the four upper school classes got to take part in a Maths Olympic challenge. The class was split into six teams with each team having a leader (whose job was to organise the team) and a responder (to write down and submit the final answers).
There were three challenges. The first was to measure the shortest route between the four Olympic venues, the second was to calculate how many fixtures would be needed for an Olympic football tournament and the final challenge was to match a graph with an Olympic or Paralympic event.
The children worked very hard, but the winners (with a maximum score of 14) were team F comprising of Charlotte, Oliver, James, Alex M and Lucy.