Super Gracie makes perfect pancakes as part of maths challenge

By Jill Dando News

St Anne’s Church Academy Year 4 pupil Gracie went the extra mile as part of a maths lesson by making sensational pancakes.

The excellent primary school in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, had been teaching about scaling to key worker children and those learning at home.

Gracie took her scaling learning to the next level by scaling up her own pancake recipe. She took a recipe for two people, and scaled it up to make pancakes for eight people.

Teacher Kezia Wareham said: “I am super proud of Gracie who has not only completed the extra challenge at home but has also made her pancake recipe!”

Principal Emma Hardy Smith said: “Our pupils have been producing some fantastic work both inside the school and at home. Gracie is an example of this brilliant work that is going on.”

St Anne’s Church Academy is a high achieving and happy caring school, and is the first school in North Somerset to receive the highly prized Social School Award.

It is part of The Priory Learning Trust.

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