10.00am to 12.15pm, Thursday 13 August
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Whether you’re creating a video game or building the Gherkin, triangles are used in creating a lot of the world around us. In this class Rufus Roberts will demonstrate why triangles are so good for building other shapes and how they are used in both nature and engineering. Students will then then have a go at creating our own huge mathematical shapes out spaghetti, marshmallows and newspaper.
Rufus Roberts has a degree in Mathematics. He has been making mathematics fun for the past five years with a mixture of magic and hands–on activities. Now as managing director of Maths Blast Ltd. he and his team take investigative and interactive mathematics into East Midland primary schools as afterschool clubs. Rufus believes that mathematics should be accessible to all and loves getting involved with projects that do that.
This workshop is strictly for 7-9 year–olds. There will be a short break during the workshop and a drink and a small snack will be provided. Students should bring their own snack if they have any allergies.
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