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" “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

" We held a puzzle challenge day for some of our senior students and invited students from one of our mainstream partner schools. It was inspiring to see both sets of youngsters interacting and working towards a goal in a fun environment. Students were also able to show progress in key areas of using and applying and space, shape and measure, including discussing patterns and problem solving. The puzzle activities are fantastic for developing our students’ spatial awareness, co-ordination, social and fine motor skills and we have now incorporated many puzzles into our daily lessons. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend these events to other special schools. "
Phil Seddon, Maths Leader

" 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

" “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

" The students encounter a variety of fun, but challenging 3D hands-on puzzle tasks, which they have to complete in teams. Most challenges last for no more than a few minutes, but require each team to work together and carefully develop strategies in order to find a solution. The temptation to give up might appear from time to time, but the programme teaches the students how to persevere, put their own skills to better use as part of a team and overcome difficulties by approaching problems from different perspectives. With the advent of the new GCSE curriculum, where a stronger emphasis on problem solving is being placed, we feel this day is an ideal springboard and foundation in Key Stage 3. In addition, our pupils have fun while they learn! "
Tracie Walker, Teacher of Mathematics

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