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Tag Archives: Maths
With much of lockdown in full swing, Mrs Armstrong has decided to reintroduce the weekly Rock star award for each class which will be published in the Friday Flyer. Mr Stanley will check online activity each week and select the … Continue reading
On Friday, Rowan Class made cakes to raise money for kitchen equipment for our friends at our twinned school, Kafuro Primary School. But this was no ordinary cooking lesson. Mr Stanley gave the children basic recipe cards and then the … Continue reading
As stated last week, the children carried out a maths investigation into scale. Here’s Rose J’s write up of the investigation.
This week in maths the class have been taking part in a maths investigation which at first seems very simple, but is actually quite complicated. The challenge is to find how many different ways you can stack rods in three colours. … Continue reading
In Numeracy today, the children looked carefully at angles and how to estimate them. In order to prepare for an angles investigation tomorrow, we asked the children to compete against each other using an interactive game on Nrich’s website called … Continue reading