At lunchtime students were challenged to recall as many digits of Pi as they could with Thao Nguyen in year 7 taking 1st prize for recalling 156 digits of Pi! In year 8 Lam Anh was able to write out 125 digits.
In the afternoon all of year 8 and year 9 were put into groups in their houses to compete in an international trade challenge. This had students acting as different countries trading with each other for resources and manufacturing paper shapes, the most valuable of which was the circle. This challenge had links to economics, geography and business studies with students having to work well as a team and make smart trades with other teams.
Pi (π) is defined as the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. It presents in every calculation or Mathematical problem related to circle and curve. This explains why Pi is considered as one of the most important and meaningful numbers in Math.