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St Margaret Mary's Catholic Infant School

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maths games afternoon

Look at what a fantastic afternoon we had playing maths games!

We welcomed our parents and showed them how to play the different maths board games. They stayed and played the games with the children and their families. 

The children played lots of games like snakes and ladders, ladybird dominoes,the Shopping List game, the Scaredy Cat Counting game, High Seas Adventure board game, Connect 4 and some other fun number games. 

One parent said, "It was very enjoyable and it was a good way to learn because it was also fun."

Another parent said, "We are going to make some maths games at home."

Thank you for coming and we are glad the session has inspired you to play more maths games at home.

Maths is fun!

Celebrating maths

On Friday 2nd February we took part in the national maths event Dress up for Digits where we raised almost £300 for the NSPCC,Thank you for all your support. The children had a wonderful day and loved having fun with numbers. We had a number hunt around the school, made numbers in different ways,played maths puzzles and games and used numbers in sport. Mrs Jennings delivered a 'Number Day' assembly for Key Stage One as well. 

George said, " My mum made a t-shirt with numbers on in different colours  for me and my brother and sister. "

Sofia said, "I enjoyed the number hunt on the yard because it was fun."

Amy said, " I liked playing darts and you had to add the numbers up in your head.  I will play that at home. "

Eva-Grace said, I wore a t-shirt with sparkles and numbers on. We had number ducks in the water. That's why I lovd number day."

Eliza said, " We played some good number games in P.E."


Our design a maths game competition was a great success with about one hundred entries! We hope that you had lots of fun with your families to design and create your game. We had a showcase so everyone could see how amazing they were and we held an assembly to present certificates and prizes to our winners. Now you can have more  maths fun playing your game at home.  

Jennifer said, "I enjoyed making it with my mum."

Mikey said, "I liked how the board games were all different."

Paula said, "I played my game with my mum and I kept on winning."

Poppy said, "I used lots of fun things to make my game."


Maths is fun and everywhere. Class 6 did an assembly to tell everyone all about maths.