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

" The Puzzle Challenge Day at our school excited and challenged all children, from Reception to Year 6. The main benefits were undoubtedly logic and teamwork skills. In the long-term it will have provided a memorable Maths-based experience which we hope will inform their problem solving skills of the future. We would recommend this to other schools as it is an engaging experience for all children and also a great opportunity for building further links with parents. "
Bryony Ready, Barrington Primary School

" β€œIt has been just over three months since our puzzle day with you. Your workshops have without doubt made our students, from Reception to Year 6, much more resilient and they are embracing new challenges with confidence. We have engaged, determined students as a result of the Happy Puzzle day. We want you here every week!” "
Anthony Wolfson, Head Teacher, Nancy Rubin Primary School

" 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

" The workshop was arranged for More Able pupils who have English as an Additional language to give them an opportunity to problem-solve collaboratively with learners from other schools. The day was a huge success for pupils and staff! The pupils enjoyed the activities, especially the competitive element and teamwork. The staff loved that the learning objectives were achieved and the way pupils were communicating and collaborating with pupils from other schools. ” "
Julie Elliot, teacher

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