Maths Challenge: Week 3


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If you want to find out how each class teaches each mathematical operation then look no further:

Mathletics Information For Parents

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A newsletter was recently written about Mathletics. Its a parent’s guide:

Investigate Maths at Home!

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Welcome back!

To start the new year off to a flying start, we have spent time in class thinking about what makes effective learning in the classroom. Among many other ideas, one that came up was learning through experience, enquiry and investigation.

NRich is a websited dedicated to providing ‘enriching mathematics’for primary and secondary aged children. It can be used at home and has some challenging and engaging investigations.

You can also use submit your answers to nrich and they might publish your solution!

Follow this link and get investigating!



Cathedral Primary School have been very busy today as they have taken part in Maths Day 2012.

We have been taking part in lots of practical activities, using our Maths knowledge and skills to complete the activities.

Miss Murray and our Maths Governor came round to all the classes in the morning to see what we were getting up to.

Below are some photographs of each class being very Math-sy!



Year 1 and 2– who were linking P.E. activities to Maths!

Speed stacking

Year 3– a chocolate challenge

We will be seeing what the other classes get up to this afternoon!

Mathletics Bank Holiday Update…

It seems clear what Class 3 have been doing this Bank Holiday Weekend!

Mathletics rules OK at Cathedral!

2 comments Written on May 3rd, 2012

Since subscribing to Mathletics at the start of the Summer Term, children at Cathedral Primary have been very busy completing tasks and playing maths games against children all over the world!

In our first week, over 40 children were awarded certificates, and that number is rising as the weeks go on!

All the points the children are awarded are added up and if they individually score enough points in a day they are announced on the Hall of Fame on the website, and if a class gets enough points as a collective, they are posted on the Class Hall of Fame, and guess what…? Two classes have already done it!

Look closely at the two pictures below of the UK Class Hall of Fame…which two classes are already famous?

Do you think you, or your class could do better?

Welcome to our Maths page!

2 comments Written on March 19th, 2012

Welcome to the Maths area


Useful links as well as current activities taking place within the realm of all that is mathematical!