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Maths Evening

On Thursday 12 March the Mathematics faculty invited parents into school. The parents of Year 7 to 10 pupils were shown examples of the types of misconceptions their child has. We also gave them some practical, simple and easy to use ideas of how everyday items can be used to help support their child make their expected progress. The parents of Year 11 pupils worked with their child in creating revision resources and finding out about all the different support available to them in helping their child prepare for the exam.

Maths Evening

We would like to thank all of those who attended, we had a fantastic evening and it was a pleasure working with our parents. We are looking forward to the next session in the Summer Term.

Maths Evening

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