Year 5/6 have taken part in the Turing Project with The University of Sheffield. The project is a collaborative nationwide activity for upper Key Stage 2 primary school students to learn about Alan Turing and use his mathematical ideas to understand more about patterns in nature. The children learnt all about Alan Turing's theory and used algorithm's to help create the pattern of a pufferfish.
Click here to learn more: https://turing-pattern-project.group.shef.ac.uk/
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Because they are 360 degrees!