March 14th is International Pi day and our secondary students had fun exploring this iconic number.
Students from year 7, 8 and 9 played a number of games about Pi. They played dingbats where they formed fun English words starting, ending or with the word Pi in it. Year 7 and 9 explored the ideas that lead to the discovers of the Pi number during the Babylonians and the Egyptians in the 4000 years BC.
Our winners were:Year 8 , Salma Ali -122 digits
Year 7, Ian Rulinda - 28 digits