Global Math Project are hosting their annual Global Math week from Thursday 10th October until Thursday 17th October. The project encourages teachers from around the world to host Math challenge events.
This years challenge asks young people to attempt to make a Sierpinski triangle poster. It is an exicting challenge knowing that schools across 17 countries and involving over 10121 learners and 624 teachers will also be taking part.
On Thursday 10th October 2019 students from Year 8 and 9 at Reddish Hall School took part in a Math challenge activity, creating their own Sierpinski Triangle, while looking and discussing Fractals.
Students enjoyed creating their own designs on the triangles, before they were cut out and stuck to create a poster.