Students at Kampala International School Kampala spent much of last week celebrating Maths Week at the school campus. The Maths Week is celebrated globally by to celebrate the beauty of mathematics.
The week long activities at KISU focused on developing maths skills and promoting mathematics. Globally, the guiding principle of Maths Week is "Maths for All". Maths Week is an initiative to help everyone to look at maths positively.
“This week we have been celebrating Maths Week at KISU. All week the children have been grappling with maths challenges, working in teams to solve problems, learning maths songs, playing maths games and generally exploring maths.” Steven Lang, the principal said of their commemoration of Maths Week.
KISU was established in 1993 with 67 students, but has grown steadily over time. It currently accommodates about 600 students representing 60 nationalities.
The school proprietor Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia has invested in state-of-the-art facilities including four science labs, three computer labs, three music rooms and three performance areas.
The school also has an indoor gym, outdoor basketball court, 25 metre eight lane competition swimming pool, two libraries, smart boards in most classrooms and a five acre playing field.
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