Year 9 have been building an Array City as part of our early autumn term maths learning. This is a large visual design in the style of skyscraper. Colourful pieces of cardboard are cut out and added into the design.
These represents some of the sums that we use to help us calculate maths arrays. An examples might be two columns, each containing ten colourful squares. We can then use this as a resource to remind us that 2×10=20.
Class teacher Miss V reminded the pupils about the importance of keeping the columns and rows in line. This makes it easier to see the mathematic array.
Number sentences were then written in our books using the arrays. These will be used throughout the school year as a resource to help us with our maths learning.