- 23 Mar 2018 8:14 AM
Pi Day is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi). Every year Pi Day is observed on March 14 as 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π.
In the Primary phase, there was a Pi themed bake sale where Primary students made circular cakes and biscuits and also an incredible Maths hats competition where students created their own Maths themed hats to wear in assembly.
A great time was had by all as they learned essential skills, such as working with money, estimating and measuring through real life practical Maths activities.
The students have even created a recipe book to continue the learning and fun at home too.
Our Secondary students also joined in the fun with a full set of events to celebrate World Maths Day.
These included student led presentations, interactive activities and competitions linked to key topics within Maths.
The day started with a fantastic play connecting Art and Music with Mathematics, written and directed by a Year 11 student.
Britannica International School's Maths Week aimed to inspire students to embrace Mathematics and recognise its importance and value to their future lives and careers.
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