Helping fund online maths resource for local school
Posted on 3rd November 2020 at 09:23
Our Ammanford office is helping to support the young local mathematicians of the future by making a donation to Ysgol Llandybie Primary School to help with the purchase of the online maths resource for pupils called MyMaths.
With the prospect of pupils having to work from home again in the future as a result of lockdowns or self isolation, Llandybie Primary school took the decision to purchase MyMaths which can help pupils and parents with the teaching of maths at home.
Llandybie Head Teacher, Rhian Pritchard, said, “This year has been the most challenging year throughout my career. It has ranged from keeping our learners safe from the risk of Covid19 and helping parents and pupils with home learning to name but a few. To add to this, the efforts of the Parents & Teachers Association have been hampered considerably by the impact of social distancing. We are grateful for all the assistance we receive towards funding these extra online resources. Thank you Ashmole & Co for your donation to help support our pupils with their online maths learning.”
The MyMaths programme allows teachers to set tasks for pupils as well as provide them with tutorials to show them the mathematical concepts being taught. It is able to assist in all areas of mathematics from shape to space, data to financial literacy.
Laura Craddock, Partner in Ashmole & Co’s Ammanford office, said, “We are always keen to offer our support locally. We all appreciate this is a difficult time for schools who are unable to fundraise in the traditional way. We are more than happy to help fund the online resource MyMaths to help train the local accountants of the future.”
In the photo is Laura Craddock, Partner in Ashmole & Co’s Ammanford office, with pupils and the Headteacher, Rhian Pritchard, from Ysgol Llandybie Primary School.
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