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Royal Russell School Pupils Enjoy Cambridge University Maths Roadshow - March 2012

Published Wednesday 7th of March 2012 01:25:46 PM

Enjoying maths! Well that is just what the Years 7 & 8s were doing last week, thanks to the hugely popular and stimulating Cambridge University Hands-On Maths Roadshow.

It is the maths roadshows intention to promote the enjoyment of mathematics with a collection of hands-on mathematical puzzles, games and activities such as a Giant SOMA Cube, Tangrams, Domino and Counter games, Tower of Hanoi, Instant Insanity, Logic Puzzles, Strategy games, Aunty�s Teacups, and Cube Puzzles to name but a few.

The pupils enjoyed the experience tremendously, pushing them to use their problem solving and thinking skills, as each session came to an end even those who don�t hold maths at the top of their most loved subjects left wanting more.

The message was very clear - maths definitely does not have to be boring! For further information on this roadshow and other related events please see the NRICH website

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