Super Movers

19th January 2018

The BBC and the Premier League are working in partnership on a new initiative called Super Movers.It helps children to become more active throughout their school day to enhance their learning and get them moving in the classroom.

 

Year 3 and Year 4 took part in the live lesson of fun, active maths where Alex Scott MBE joined CBBC favourites Ben Shires and Naomi Wilkinson to showcase Super Movers content.

 

Mr Bright - A maths lesson like no other!! Active, energetic and memorable.

Jake - "I liked it that we could see the premier league trophy!"

 

Rebecca - "It was really, really good because you get to do dancing while you do maths".

 

Leila - "I liked it - we were getting active!"

 

Freya - "The dancing was really fun!"

 

Siyana - "I liked it but the sheet was a bit hard".

 

 

Serina said 'I liked the whole lesson because I have learnt new things like fractions and decimals.'

 

Alfie said ' I loved it because I saw LFC mascot ans LFC are my favourite football team!'

 

Eva said ' I liked the bit where we got up and danced.  I also learnt how to change fractions into percentages.'

 

Jack said 'I liked the super moves.'

 

Olivia said 'I loved the super moves and the fractions.  I also loved seeing Alex Scott because she inspires me in football!'

 

William said 'I learnt that cent means 100 in Latin.'