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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Elections and Maths

As the end of Democracy week came upon us, we took part in a few different activities…

On Friday, we were able to take part in a democratic vote for choosing our school councillors for this year. We were ushered to the dance studio and had to fill out a secret ballet in a very private booth, much like you would in a normal general election.

In Maths, we’ve been reviewing and challenging ourselves in rounding and ordering digits up to 10,000,000. We rearranged ourselves in proper order and making sure we knew what it meant when it said greatest to smallest vs smallest to greatest.

We also took part in a Vertical Relay where teams had to answer rounding questions, one at a time. Each person in the group had to answer one question and hand the pen to the next member. This was all timed and scored to see which teams helped each other with the questions and which ones didn’t.

 

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