Last Friday pupils and staff across the school joined together to mark the NSPCCs Number Day. Number Day is a brilliant celebration of maths and a fun way to raise money and awareness for the NSPCC. At KSA we are proud to support a variety of national and local charities. A lot of thought from our pupils goes into choosing the fundraising activities and selecting charities to support. Recently our school council met to discuss which charities the school would support this academic year – you can read more here.
The day was a huge success. The children at KSA loved dressing up in number themed clothes and taking part in lots of fun number-based activities. These included a fun mix of athletics and maths games, writing sentences with a mean of 5 letters per word, an awesome maths treasure hunt around the school, number bowling and Who Wants to Be a Mathionairre.
Pre-prep used Forest School as the basis for their number activities and they also worked together to solve maths puzzles in an effort to build the magic key puzzle. This then allowed them to rescue Buddy, the NSPCC mascot.
Thank you to all the staff and children for taking part in such a great day. KSA raised a huge £318.15 for the NSPCC.