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" A day with the Happy Puzzle Company provides immense excitement as the children develop their awareness of team building. The activities provided caters for every child and all abilities. Once one level is mastered the children can then progress on to the next. A professional company providing enrichment to any curriculum. "
Shelly Kad, Teacher - Alexandra Primary School

" I would recommend this to other schools because it involves and excites every child, teaching them great problem solving skills. It is always well organised and the team who run it are very professional with the children. The family workshop and shop after school is also a great addition to any Puzzle Day! "
Michelle McNamee, Deputy Headteacher / SENCO

" I liked taking part in everything. We caught up with everyone else. It was so amazing. "
Zoe Fountain, Year 4, Laburnum Lower School

" We purchased a Junior School Pack as we wanted to increase the amount of hands-on maths challenges available to use with our students. The idea was that once a week, the classes could rotate the puzzles in a carousel to enhance kinaesthetic learning and logical reasoning.. The children are really enjoying the puzzles and from their perspective it has made maths more fun. They then come to their lessons with a positive approach which has really helped to prove maths can be fun. "
Ms Kate Heathcote, Whiteparish All Saints Primary School

" Mind Missions day at the Canterbury Primary school was an entertaining and fun experience from reception to year 6! The teachers had time to watch, as well as work with small groups. It highlighted children's strengths in leadership as well as problem solving. Observing how they tackled each new challenge was interesting and has resulted in KS2 incorporating more problem solving into their classwork. Pupils who don't always shine at numeracy did surprisingly well in logical thinking and gave them a confidence boost. A KS1 pupil said "We tried and tried to make it balance. It worked best when we all took turns, then it fell off! "
Dawn Wellard , The Canterbury Primary School

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