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Maree Todd MSP Sep 10
Fab visit to nursery to see outdoor maths in action. Great to hear how PEF money is being used & to meet Judith, a new additional graduate who is making a big difference already!
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National Museums Scotland Apr 8
Meet Inkha, a robot receptionist! What robots do you want to see more of in the future? On Tuesday 16 April will discuss how data and algorithms determine a robot's purpose. Book now!
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KPS_Primary5E Sep 13
We had lots of fun trying to solve all of the puzzles in our Escape Room challenge! Lots of team work and maths! Mrs Easton was very impressed at how fast we were!
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George Milliken Sep 12
Seeing as it's here's an easy one for counting money. This could be "show me 95p" and pupil responds with code or one pupil sets the code and asks another "how much does this make?" + for challenge "if I have £3 and spend this much- what's left?"
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Mr McCulloch Sep 13
What a fantastic night at the launch of our S1 Maths Family Learning! Lots of enthusiasm for some challenging tasks! I hope you enjoyed it and found it useful.
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Miss Findlay Sep 12
Fun filled afternoon with P3 and P4 at Aileymill Primary to promote with 👩🏼‍🏫📐🔢
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St. Ambrose IBML Sep 11
¡Trabajo excelente! from 2 pupils in 2F1 and 2S2 🌟
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Mr McCabe Sep 14
Very effective and engaging at . Today we were visited by some S6 maths leaders from who led a series of STEM challenges in our primary 7 classes. They demonstrated strong leadership skills and were a credit to their school.
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St Lukes PS Sep 14
Today P3T are learning that maths can be fun! We’re playing jenga but with addition and subtraction questions on each block. They have to answer the questions correctly to keep the block!
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CultsAcadMaths Sep 13
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LHS Maths&Computing Sep 5
As part of 2018 LHS Movie Night presents Hidden Figures. All BGE pupils and parents are invited to watch on Wed 12th Sept at 6.30pm.
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SMC Aug 22
The EMS Popular Lecture will take place on 14 Sep as part of . will speak on "Mathematical Modelling, Mutations and Metastases: Can We Cure Cancer with Calculus?" Details:
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Hyndland Science Sep 10
We are recruiting STEM Leaders!! Any pupil interested should give their name to Mr Downie, Miss Neilson or Miss Carlin.
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P4/3 & Mr Roy Sep 10
We took our maths work outside today. Some of us practiced directions and guiding our blindfolded friends. Some others decided to measure how many steps the perimeter of our playground is.
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Primary 6 Sep 14
Celebrating the end of a great week doing our favourite new maths warm up for Proud of the commitment of the class to improving numeracy skills during the Sumdog Maths a week Scotland competition 👍😀
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LtL Scotland Sep 3
We have some great resources to help you to take learning outdoors for - why not try engaging learners in a different context for maths?
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Gemma Sutton Sep 14
Big, active, fun & being out in the great outdoors! We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate at Abercromby Nursery. Learners have been exploring with shapes, colours, numbers & using loose parts to problem solve & measure. 🍃🙌🏻
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Hyndland Science Sep 12
Keep an eye out for some of our updated corridor displays around the department this morning! Why not take a closer look at some of the careers available around and the West?!
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Mr McCabe Sep 7
A brilliant morning spent planning maths week with the pupil captains + vice captains at . They created whole school surveys, discussed how to collect their data + planned some fun maths surprises for our p1 children next week.
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Imagination Library UK Sep 13
Maths is important for lots of reasons - if it wasn't for maths, no-one could win at football! info > This month's book for younger UK preschoolers ties in nicely with - 'My First Numbers'
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