One of our Explorers investigating another bee game called Hive! All the insects move in different ways a bit like in chess and the aim is to surround your opponent’s queen bee.
Explorer Oscar found connections between his game involving hexagons and the design of bee hives we were looking at in maths club
crafting bees by Explorer Eliza! inspired to show us after we explored patterns in bees during maths club
Explorer Gracie carrying on with her factors puzzle after club! And completing it!
One of our Explorers discovered in her own way, some patterns hiding in square numbers! She told us that on a drive to somewhere, she was thinking of her timetables test coming up, started thinking about square numbers and then ....
I coloured a grid for the first 100 (101 if you count the 3 at the beginning) digits of Pi. Each number has a colour. The filled-in ones are the ones I've remembered. Happy Pi day! Ilora, year7 🙂 😀
So this is puff pastry that I cut and laid on the tray. It doesn't follow all the rules of tessilation, 'cos it would be a mess once it baked, but it looks pretty cool I think 😀 -Ilora, year8 🙂
I just doodles a pattern, then saw that it actually looked pretty cool, so I colourd it in 😄 I also used four colours, like the four colour theorem 😀 -Ilora, year eight 🙂