Localschools meetmaths challenge
Over a quarter of a million people will enjoy fun events and numerical challenges during Maths Week Ireland, the world’s largest festival of maths and numeracy, taking place from Saturday 14th – Sunday 22nd October.
Throughout the week, world-renowned mathematicians will be on hand to entertain people of all ages with the wonder of maths through fun and interesting talks, games, teasers, challenges and magic maths shows. Schools across Louth have so far registered 3,527 students to take part in Maths Week events with many more expected to make it the biggest Maths Week celebration to date.
You can find out more about what is happening in your area by logging onto www. mathsweek.ie or on Twitter @ MathsWeek”.
Schools taking part from Louth so far are: St Itas special school, Gaelscoil Dhún Dealgan, Monastery N.S. Ardee, Mullaghbuoy N.S., , Réalt na Mara School, Scoil Naomh Bríd, Scoil San Nioclas, Stabannon, Co.Louth, St. Colmcilles, Tullydonnell, St. Francis NS, St. Oliver’s N.S, Ardee Community School, Ballymakenny College, Bush Post Primary School, Colaiste Chu Chulainn, St Mary’s College Dundalk and St. Louis Secondary School.
RIGHT: Top: Kerry and Mary receiving gifts from St Mary’s PPS and right, top Colasite na hInse students, Scott and Caireann.