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Alex through the looking glass, Alex Bellos

isbn: 9791408817773 explores numbers and the ham fisted concepts that early civilisation found universal into an academic teaching subject who have no feel or love for the subject.  199 more words


I'll spare you the waffle and we'll get right to it then; I failed my maths test.

In many ways, it was incredible. I’ve never endured such a catastrophic two hours of my life; and I could barely finish correcting my paper. Out of the whole test, I scored five marks (out of a – oh dear – two digit number), and the tragic part is that I’m not allowed to gain marks unless I’ve got the question fully correct, steps and all. 862 more words

Facing Fear

It’s always fascinating to me to watch students step into a new classroom and immediately search for their social comfort zone.  Students aren’t unique in this phenomenon; they are just the group of humans in which I interact the most.   312 more words

I'm Still Cool If I'm A Maths Ambassador, Right?

I may or may not have just applied to be a Maths Ambassador at my college.

It was either Maths, Biology or Chemistry.

I don’t really like Biology in all honesty. 230 more words



Dear Learners,

Kindly bring 2 fevicol bottles, a thin cutter and a marker or sketch pen tomorrow for ART AND CRAFT without fail.


8 Top Tips For Successful Number Play With Toddlers

I am really excited about this post, because we love numbers in this house.  Almost as much as cars and trains (but not quite!).  So, as I do my best to follow T’s interests, we’ve been doing lots of number-y type things together lately. 1,056 more words


Rolling Numbers in 6B

Today we had a go at making up our own Rolling Number raps within our maths groups.
What do you think of the other groups raps? 17 more words