How to get here:Upper Moreton Farm,
The course is for people who may be interested or curious to up skill their maths in a variety of practical learning situations that apply to their everyday life within a countryside setting. It is a hands-on course with some theory learning and opportunities for those who wish to learn more.
1. Learning about how maths in used in everyday life – to include measuring, counting, weighing out, use of ratio, division, budgeting and using maths related equipment such as tape measures and weighing scales.
2. Understanding different ways of utilising available resources – (sowing autumn growing plants), using and creating dishes from harvested crops, upcycling simple items.
3. Developing knowledge of managing a garden and how to utilise home grown food (creating dishes from available ingredients and planting seeds out).
4. Market research visit to a supermarket.
5. Learning new creative crafts to upcycle a jam jar/bottle into a rustic vase and creating a scented lavender bag.
6. Developing different cooking skills through campfire cooking
7. Using English, maths and digital skills in a variety of practical sessions that link to everyday life – maths in cooking, gardening, and upcycling.
8. Using tools and technology safely (digital learning). Create a SWAY digital presentation to share as part of the end of course celebration – a collection of learning activities.
9. Developing personal and inter-personal skills.
Starting on 15/09/22 (every Thursday)
10am until 12pm with ½ hour for lunch followed by 12.30pm to 3 pm
Six sessions every Thursday – 30 guided learning hours