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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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What to do with a Maths Idea?

This week, Year 6 finished our posters from last week and took part in a few fun Maths activities…

Continuing on from last week, Year 6 created a poster about their own idea, relating to the book: “What to do with an Idea?” We spent several days painting and constructing our poems and assembling the final product.

                Here are a few of the final products:

During this week, we held our maths sessions in our classes and were united together with our teachers to learn new concepts and review old methods to help us with our Maths.

On Wednesday, Bullfinches partook in an activity that challenged their minds and communication skills. Not only were they given only 3 questions at a time, they had to work with their partner to solve the questions. But, they needed to show their workings out and prove they really understood how they got the answer. Each partner also needed to have the same answer, which challenged Bullfinches to work together to see if they could get the next set of 3 questions.

Besides the first set of 3 questions, there were four more sets, making a total of 15 questions in total.

 

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