Manga high is a maths game in which you earn medals and awards to earn points to move up the leaderboard.
We were FIRST overall for the month May. But now we are 40th for June. The fact you can get gold medals encourages people. Manga High is really cool because you can get medals and I think we are doing really well.
“A fun educational game for kids.”
“Manga High is a really good game and I hope that Kingswells School continue to win medals and eventually win the best Maths School Award in Britain when the P7’s are gone.”
“This is one of my favourite games about angles and polygons. It is called a Tangled Web.”
Our teachers have set us some challenges and we’ve had fun playing while learning about maths.
P7 Media Crew for 2012 – 2013
This is the latest publication from the National Parent Forum of Scotland – a visual explanation of the CfE Learner Journey.
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If you have ever wondered what your children’s rights to support are at school, Enquire offer a free advice line. There are parents leaflets and guides to additional support for children and young people on their website. You can also ask in school at reception for contact details and information regarding the service.
Operated by Children in Scotland, Enquire offers independent, confidential advice and information on additional support for learning through:
Enquire also provide a range of clear and easy-to-read guides and factsheets explaining everything from ‘additional support in the early years’ to ‘what planning should take place for moving on from school’.
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What Enquire trained helpline advisers will do:
- listen respectfully to your questions and concerns
- provide advice and information on the education and additional support for learning system, (including resolving disagreements) and explain how it affects your situation
- send you practical guides and factsheets about additional support for learning (or direct you to them on our website).
What Enquire trained helpline advisers are unable to do:
- provide advocacy services (e.g. speak to other professionals on your behalf) but we can give you details of organisations that do.
If you’d prefer not to speak to an adviser but would still like advice, they can advise you by email. Send your query to firstname.lastname@example.org.