A Slice of Duncombe ‘Pi’

We began our week by celebrating Pi Day (14th March). In true Duncombe style, our staff and pupils wholeheartedly embraced the planned activities. During Maths lessons, pi (π) was explored as well as its significance. Pupils learnt that pi always equals 3.14, which is the ratio of the circumference of any circle to its diameter regardless of the circle’s size. After break, the whole school congregated to make our own ‘Duncombe Pi’. The kitchen staff treated us to a themed lunch which was followed by a hula hooping competition. Furthermore, many pupils participated in a picture hunt, spotting circles around the school as well as other Pi pictures.

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