Miss Phillips: February 2017
On Wednesday 15th February, we had a very exciting visitor in school. Captain Sally Morgan had lost her way after her ship ran into difficulties and she ended up in Wrenbury. In order for her to get back to her ship, she had a lot of different problems that needed to be solved and it was up to the children at Wrenbury to solve them.
Every base had their chance at solving the problems. Base 1 and 2 had use their knowledge of shapes with different games and questions. Bases 3, 4 and 5 had different word problems attached to items from the captain's ship, these required the children to apply all of their previously learnt maths skills including position and direction, shape and multiplication. Whilst also practising and developing their maths skills, the children also had to work together as teams using good communication.
Each base had excellent success and managed to solve all of the captains problems and she managed to get back on her way to find her ship!
Well done to all of the children, who tried extremely hard and worked very well together. Thank you to Captain Sally Morgan for joining us at Wrenbury.
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