Shape, Space & Desperate Measures show at Elmhurst

Elmhurst School for Boys

11th November 2016 | Key Stage 1

Luke Spacewalker leaves his home planet Isosceles to measure the length and breadth of the galaxy. Aided by his trusty robot companion, 2D3D, he aims to calculate the shape and size of everything.

This was the Maths show that Years 2 to 6 were watching yesterday. The play was a fun adventure, covering the concepts on measurement and geometry.

Shravan, Year 5, said: "I really enjoyed the show! I learnt how to figure out the interior exterior angles in a hexagon."

Samih, Year 5, said: "I really enjoyed the maths show. I learnt about shapes and area. I really hope they come back again next year.’’

Click here to view the photos of Maths show

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