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Times Tables Rock Stars Day, Friday 26th January

On Friday 26th January the Primary school children were encouraged to come to school dressed as a rock star. Wigs, ripped jeans and blow up guitars were very welcome on this special day.

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The day started off with children being welcomed into school by students playing rock music in the auditorium. This was followed by the chance to have a henna tattoo at break (with the kind support of our Indian community) and a special rock star lunch; ‘Rock Star’ Rantott Csirke, ‘Frett Fries’ and a ‘Chorus Carrot Cake’. This was the official launch of the drive to increase times tables knowledge. Students in Years 1-3 will have personalised challenges and Year 4-6 will be involved in a ‘Battle of the Bands’ where classes compete in their year groups to get as many correct answers in a given time. Our trial in Year 6 was incredibly successful and we look forward to this success spreading throughout the school.