The sky might have been a little gloomy with clouds gathering but that did not stop Darren Maule and the East Coast Breakfast Team and Pinetown Girls’ High School from having fun in the name of Mathematics.
Pinetown Girls’ High School was the school lucky enough to be selected by CASME (Centre for the Advancement of Science and Mathematics Education) for a #Science2Go day, to bring quality teacher professional development opportunities for mathematics and science education in under-resourced schools.
CASME’s vision is “To be the world class centre for advancing the teaching and learning of mathematics and science in South Africa.”
Pupils enjoyed three hours of fun, combining dancing, singing and learning.
Pupils from Pinetown Girls High were treated to a special three hour live broadcast by East Coast Breakfast as the radio station teamed up with CASME (Centre for the Advancement of Science and Mathematics Education) to promote maths.
Image: Abhi Indarajan