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Downham High School students shown the importance of maths back in May 2013





More than 200 pupils at Downham High School were shown the importance of maths in everyday life during a visit by the BAE Systems and RAF Roadshow, in May 2013.

All the Year 7 pupils attended a presentation and 30 took part in the workshops.

The school’s careers co-ordinator, Katherine Potter, said it was the second year the roadshow had visited the Bexwell Road school. She added: “The children gain a view of how maths is applied to problem-solving in real life instead of just being a subject in school.”

Downham High School students in 2013
Downham High School students in 2013

Among those taking part in a workshop were, from left, Molly McNama, Davina Hurrell, Laney Beth Eateen, Vytautas Balaisis and Josh Nelson.



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