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Thousands of Primary and Secondary schools keep rebooking. This is why!

" 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

" 'We had been full of anticipation and excitement about our Happy Puzzle day and we were not disappointed. Throughout the sessions, students were completely engrossed and engaged with their team problem solving. The collaboration and determination needed to complete tasks was at the right level for each class that attended. The presenter was very professional, knowledgeable and a delight to work with.' "
Ms K Brewer, teacher

" The different puzzles really helped the pupils build on their social skills, creativity and observational skills. The pupils were very aware by the end of the session that by working as a team and communicating they could solves puzzles much faster. I would highly recommend the Happy Puzzle Company to other schools. They felt a great sense of pride and achievement. "
Shahina Hussain , Gifted and Talented Coordinator, Shaftesbury 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

" “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

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