‘Have a break, have a su­doku’ feeds ACG minds

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Dur­ing term two at ACG Par­nell Col­lege, stu­dents have been of­fered the chance to match their think­ing against a su­doku puzzle dur­ing their breaks.

Su­doku is the num­ber­place­ment game that re­quires an­a­lyt­i­cal think­ing and logic, at­tributes that en­cour­age the core val­ues of the Col­lege and that en­able stu­dents of to­day to adapt to the world of to­mor­row.

Around a dozen brighteyed and en­thu­si­as­tic stu­dents each week sac­ri­fice a por­tion of their free time to give the puzzle a ‘go’.

A few min­utes into the break time those present be­gin the su­doku puzzle for the day, and the race to fin­ish is on.

A lit­tle ex­tra ten­sion is pro­vided by of­fer­ing a prize of movie passes to the first se­nior and first ju­nior stu­dents to com­plete cor­rect so­lu­tions.

Ac­tive minds: Break time is ‘make or break’ time for ACG Par­nell Col­lege stu­dents as they com­pete over su­doku puz­zles.

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