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Our aim is to make every child feel valued and happy because that is when learning is most effective.

Maths

Reception celebrated World PI Day (14th March) by making number chains
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Newton Class recently invited the School Governor's in to help out with a Maths Investigation. Go to the Newton page to find out more...

 

Year 6 are addicted to times tables

(they even spend their lunchtimes practising them!)

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Fabulous News!

The times-table challenge returns after half-term - bigger, better, stronger!

Featuring:

Decimals x decimals

Mixed numbers x fractions

Mixed numbers x mixed numbers

And the 'Party in a Box' just gets better and better

 

 

The results so far...

Bronte are still in the lead!!

Year 6 Churchill

414

Year 6 Wilberforce

536

 Year 6 Pankhurst

231

Year 5 Austen

317

Year 5 Shakespeare

360

Year 5 Bronte

648

Year 4 Darwin

317

Year 4 Hawking

288

Year 4 Newton

553

Year 3 Murray

250

Year 3 Charlton

189

Year 3 Redgrave

119

 

 

The times table challenge continues: Bronte are winning!!

The results so far (week-ending 18th November 2016)

Year 6 Churchill 271
Year 6 Wilberforce 475
 Year 6 Pankhurst 231
Year 5 Austen 314
Year 5 Shakespeare 360
Year 5 Bronte 648
Year 4 Darwin 196
Year 4 Hawking 288
Year 4 Newton 526
Year 3 Murray 151
Year 3 Charlton 113
Year 3 Redgrave 104

 

Doubles Rap

In Scott class we take our maths seriously and nothing more seriously than our doubling. After hearing this song on another video we asked Mrs Bermon if we could make our own unique version. She loved the idea and told Mr Cutler who thought it was brilliant. So we learnt the song and our moves, Put on our cool gear and made this video for you to enjoy. We hope you like it.

A group of our Year 5 mathematicians visited Southend High School for Girls and took part in two Saturday morning workshops. They had to work out some very difficult mathematical challenges but did have the opportunity to work with Rachel Riley.

Rachel Riley and MHPS at Southend High for Girls

Rachel Riley and MHPS at Southend High for Girls 1 A group of our Year 5 mathematicians visited SHSG

Year 6 Revision Site - please try these;

 

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