Calrossy’s Emily Bettington, Ellie New, Ashley Chaffey and Eloise Frith play with patterns while learning.THE world of maths came to Calrossy Anglican School recently providing practical problem solving tasks for years seven and eight.
This unique travelling maths show provided fun, colourful, hands-on, mathematical, problem solving activities for student participation.
Oscar Mitchell and Ben Murchison work on mathematical problem solving.
Having been designed to cater for all abilities, the 34 activities left students feeling enthusiastic about their mathematical abilities.
Year seven student Ellie New said the World of Maths challenged her thinking and Zali Kiss said she enjoyed learning new ways to solve problems.
Calrossy’s Ruby O’Rourke, Molly Honeyfield, Amelia Simm, Macy Marshall, Wilson O’Rourke, Jasper Henry, Jack Marshall, Georgia Simm deliver some home/school grown veggies to Ronald McDonald House.
Vegetables for RMH
Calrossy Anglican School primary students have been working in the school’s vegetable patch all year.
They planted their first crop from seeds and this week their first crop of cucumber, lettuce and more were ready to harvest.
The students, accompanied by Mr Tockuss, took their lovingly grown vegetables to Ronald McDonald House to help families in need.
Ronald McDonald House were so overwhelmed with the students’ generosity that they were given a tour of the house to see what goes on there.
We are so proud of what our students are doing.
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