Maths Eyes is about children looking at images of everyday life and finding the maths in them. The children are usually very good at seeing things that adults haven’t thought of!
Each fortnight, every class in the school is given the same photo. They pose maths questions about it and, if time, have a go at solving some of them. The questions posed and language used will be guided and developed by the teacher to reflect the age and ability of the children. In preparation for assembly every other Monday (with Mrs Bradbury), each class brings a poster with their questions to the hall, ready for judging. One class from each Key Stage is then awarded the Maths Eyes Glasses to display in their classroom for the week.
What Maths can you see?