Number Day for NSPCC

Number Day for NSPCC

On Thursday 1 February, we celebrated Number Day.

Ken Prep was buzzing with excitement and mathematical curiosity as the girls and teachers donned their favourite numbers and mathematical symbols to support NSPCC’s Number Day which aims to raise money for their Speak Out Stay Safe programme.

The day provided a fantastic opportunity for the girls to celebrate their mathematical skills, foster teamwork, and, most importantly, understand the impact they can make when they come together for a shared cause.

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Number Day is on Friday 2 February and is an inclusive maths-inspired fundraising day for children in nursery right through to secondary school. We wore our favourite numbers to raise money to support NSPCC’s Speak Out Stay Safe programme.

Interview with Mrs Neal 

What did you plan for Number Day?
“At school, we celebrated by wearing our favourite numbers while raising money to support the NSPCC’s Speak Out Stay Safe programme. Number Day has been a great opportunity to complete fun number-themed games and activities in the classroom.”

How do you feel about Number Day?
“It’s a great opportunity to raise awareness and money for the NSPCC’s services and to have fun with numbers, promoting a positive ‘can do’ attitude to maths.”

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