Posted by Peter on 4th November 2008

Number Day 2008

Mathsblog supports Number Day 2008 December 4th.

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Number Day 2008 is just a month away! Teachers, if your school is not already taking part then why not download your free Number Day Resource Pack? You should already have been sent a pack through the post. Parents: why not ask your school to take part?
The Number Day Resource Pack contains everything your school needs for a successful event, and the money your school raises will help make a real difference to children’s lives.
It contains an excellent range  of  resources to help put the fun into fundraising for pupils, including:
·    Exciting maths-based activity sheets
·    Assembly plans to help you launch your school’s Number Day event
·    Posters so you can promote your event
·    And much more
Since December 2000, thousands of schools have taken part in the NSPCC Number Day, raising more than £800,000 and enabling them to provide vital services for thousands of vulnerable children. The event aims to make maths fun and exciting, promote the services and key messages of the NSPCC and ChildLine.

As Carol Vordeman says:
“We all need someone to count on from time to time and people often say a problem shared is a problem halved. Last year over half a million children and young people called ChildLine free on 0800 1111 for comfort, advice and protection. Every £400 raised through Number Day pays for another 100 calls to ChildLine. So please make sure your school is helping children by making maths fun this term. With Number Day, it all adds up! Thank you.”

If you are a teacher click here to download your pack now !

Or visit the NSPCC site now.

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