Here are our Mathematicians of the Week for Autumn 2 2019. Who will be the first winner of 2020?

# Tag Archives: mathematician

# Mathematician of the Week – Autumn 1 2019

### A fabulous well done to all of our Mathematicians of the Week from Autumn 1. You have all made a brilliant start to Y2.

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# Mathematician of the Week – Summer 1 2019

Here are this half term’s Mathematicians of the Week for Summer 1. With only one half term left of Y2, who will be the next superstars for Summer 2?

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# Mathematicians of the Week – Spring 2 2019

Well done to all of our marvellous Mathematicians of the Week this half term. We are all super proud of all of the effort that you have put in this half term. Will you be the next?

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# Mathematicians of the Week – Spring 1 2019

Here are our Mathematicians of the Week from Spring 1.

Everyone is continuing to make some much progress in their maths ability and confidence is growing every single day.

Will the next Mathematician of the Week be you?

# Mathematician of the Week

Well done to our Mathematician of the Week this week in Pearl class.We have been looking at howto measure mass using kilograms (kg) and grams (g) and you could use a balance scale and a weighing scale accurately to measure and read the scales.

# Mathematician of the Week

Our mathematician of the week is a superstar! You have tried so hard to answer your length word problems by yourself, you recognised which operation to complete and you could show clear working out. Fantastic! 🙂

# Mathematician of the Week

Well done to our final Mathematician of the Week for 2016.

You work hard no matter what you have been asked to do, you think about how to apply your maths in your independent learning and you are gaining in confidence all the time! Keep it up!

# Mathematician of the Week

Fantastic effort by our Mathematician of the Week.

You have tried hard in all areas of your maths this week explained how you found your answers to an adult and you have started to apply your knowledge of multiplication to answer word problems! 🙂

# Mathematician of the Week

A fabulous well done to our Mathematician of the Week.

You are an always child. You always try your best no matter what you have been asked to do. You always present your work in a clear and neat way. You always show your working out to say how you found the answer. You always work well with a talking partner to explain how to found your answers. Well done and keep it up!