Maths doesn’t always have to be text books, protractors and calculators. To satisfy the needs of a broad range of students, teachers at Aspire strive to make lessons as accessible as they can and a good number of maths lessons step away from the whiteboard and focus on mixing spatial and kinaesthetic learning.

Today students were learning 3D Shapes and Volume with the help of visual props. As you can see from the photos, the lesson was well-received and every student came away with a good awareness of the various 3D shapes that were introduced.