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" Mind Mission was enjoyed by all children in our school – they loved the challenge aspect of their problem solving and they developed their team work skills throughout the day. It has improved the children’s willingness to take a risk and try different ways to solve a problem. A great day – thank you! "
Jenna Withers, Spalding St. Norbetts Catholic Primary School

" The Puzzle Day experience is a wonderful example of how to teach maths in a way that captures pupils imagination and develop their natural ability to problem solve, giving them the skills of resilience. For all those teachers out there who indulged in endless rote learning of strategies and enjoy the sound of your own voice this is not for you. For those teachers who enjoy watching pupils construct their own understanding of mathematical concepts you will love this. I can't recommend it highly enough "
Jane Fletcher, Teacher

" “Absolutely outstanding and highly effective. Both staff and students were blown away by the Puzzle Challenge Day and we are reaping the rewards. We have also seen an immediate change in the students. It’s tangible and it’s remarkable. Incredible workshops and we are feeling the benefits!” "
Joel Sager, Head Teacher, Pardes House School

" “Some of our students really struggle with maths... suddenly they believe they can conquer things that would have previously caused them to give up. That has come from your workshops. Thank you.” "
Alison Jacob, Head Teacher

" 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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