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Secondary students teaching Year 1s

15 October 2015

  • Secondary teaching Year 1 Maths - 575
  • Secondary teaching Year 1 Maths - 575
  • Secondary teaching Year 1 Maths - 575
  • Secondary teaching Year 1 Maths - 575
  • Secondary teaching Year 1 Maths - 575
  • Secondary teaching Year 1 Maths - 575
  • Secondary teaching Year 1 Maths - 575
  • Secondary teaching Year 1 Maths - 575
  • Secondary teaching Year 1 Maths - 575

World Maths Day continued into yesterday with our Secondary students teaching Year 1s maths. Year 1s sang songs about numbers and our Year 8s sang "Days of the Week" too!  After, a Secondary student was paired with a Year 1 pupil to help them on Mathletics, an online maths competition. One Year 7 student said "They don't need teaching - they're brilliant!"