Olympic Math's Day
On Thursday 14th July the whole school got involved with maths based on the Olympic Games. From Nursery all the way up to Year 6 the children used their mathematical knowledge and learned new skills.
There were target games, which required the children to work systematically, treasure hunts, which meant everyone was running around the school grounds looking for the next question or clue and investigations about how high people can jump! Year 3 to Year 6 children worked together across age groups, which was great to see.
Our younger children counted in 2's, completed number hunts and found out about a range of shapes. Year 1 and 2 children enjoyed using the new markings on the playgroup to practise their skills.
Lots of parents and grandparents joined the Junior children at 11 am, and had huge fun getting involved. I think some of them were exhausted after rushing around, keeping up.
The whole day was brilliant and Mr Bunhejee finished it off with a school assembly, where certificates were awarded for outstanding effort
A huge ' thank you' goes to all of the staff that worked so hard to make it such an exciting day.