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Category Archives: Maths
We enjoyed making fruit cocktails using our problem-solving skills …capacity, ratio, and scaling up and down) It tasted good too. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
We found out that civil engineering is all about helping people and shaping the world. It’s the work that civil engineers do that make our lives much easier. They keep us switched on and powered … Continue reading
Two hundred and ninety-five students took part in the Sumdog Maths Challenge. Congratulations to Joe, Ryley and Lily Mai who came 1st, 2nd and 3rd overall, which was a magnificent achievement. Also, out of seventy-four classes, we managed to achieve positions of … Continue reading
We had lots of fun in the snow. We used team work to build snowmen, we made different shapes and compared different sizes with our footprints.
Racing to School is a free educational programme for pupils and students of all ages delivered at racecourses throughout the UK. We travelled to Pontefract to experience racing, behind the scenes. The activities were delivered by a team of Education … Continue reading
The Maths Challenge for this half term is to make up a poem, song or rhyme, or produce a picture / poster, to help remember just one of the times tables. Hand them in to your teacher on Thursday … Continue reading
We had to use the clues to find out who committed the crime!
We had lots of fun on our whole school maths day 😆 Class 5 We had lots of challenges during the day. One of these was to make a 3D model city. Class 4 … Continue reading
Each half term the children will be given a maths challenge which will be introduced and explained to them during assembly. It is not compulsory for children to enter the competition but I would encourage children to participate in … Continue reading
We waited for the eggs to hatch then we matched the baby dinosaurs to their mums.