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Higher Maths Club

Last Thursday the Higher Maths Club celebrated the end of term with a Christmas special that brought together mathematicians from the past, present and future.

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Children from Year 2, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Year 8 and Year 12 came together to share their love of Maths and learn problem solving strategies from each other in a relaxed environment, whilst enjoying some snacks. A big thank you to the students who made the long walk from the secondary school to help the younger children. In the picture aboveJee Woo (Year 6) is discussing the following problem with Bean (Year 12): 

An amount of money is to be divided equally between a group of children. If there was 20p more than this amount, then there would be enough for each child to receive 70p. However, if each child was to receive 60p, then £2.10 would be left over. How many children are there in the group?

Mr Andy James, Maths Leader