On Friday February 5th all the pupils at Alderman Jacobs School supported the National Numeracy Day.
In recent years the NSPCC has celebrated maths and raised money for its charity. This year, for the first time, the maths leaders within AJS decided to support this cause and planned a fun and challenging day for the children.
The children were able to partake in a number of challenges including a range of exciting maths puzzles; maths based orienteering activities and even designing their own theme park! Not only has the day helped to raise money for the NSPCC, but it also enabled the children to develop their number, problem solving, communication and reasoning skills.
A fun time was had by all and £152 was raised by the school for a good cause.