Well done to all on NSPCC Number Day. We raised £263 for this great organisation and had a super day full of maths.
Friday February 2nd is NSPCC Number Day! Wear something with a number or pattern on! Enter the Magic Maths Maker Challenge – (teams of two). Will you and a friend be crowned school champions?
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‘Save Kids from Sugar’ is the latest phase of Liverpool City Councils war on sugar, which began last year when the city identified the high number of sugar cubes in children’s popular drinks. Further information can be found on the following link and via the Healthy Schools page on our website.
Well done to our team of mathematicians who won first place in the primary category of the Dragons’ Den Design a Maths Game competition. We are all so very proud of you. You were a credit to our school, your families and yourselves. Now let’s see how we can develop this wonderful new maths game further – can we take it to market?
We are going to meet the Dragons! Well done to our team of mathematicians who entered the Dragons’ Den maths game competition. We have reached the final!
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We’re getting ready for NSPCC Number Day which will take place on Friday 3rd February. Children can wear their own clothes – hopefully with a number or pattern on and will have lots of fun taking part in maths related activities throughout the day. If you are able to, we have suggested a donation of up to £1 per family to help the NSPCC with their wonderful work. So lets have lots of mathematical fun on Friday while helping others!
MyMaths is up and running! Your child can log on with their personal log on details (which they have now all received) and complete work/challenges set by their teacher. They can also practise new skills by playing maths related games! Teachers can see where children need extra help or where they need further challenge by looking at how they perform in the set tasks/activities. This is a wonderful addition to our maths teaching and will help teachers meet individual learning needs even further.