Year 6 Primary Poster Competition Winners 2019

Posted: 3rd July 2019

Natural Occurrences of the Fibonacci Sequence was the theme for this year’s poster competition, leading to some eye-catching designs from our primary school competitors. We were as delighted as ever by the quality of design, research and mathematics on display; well done to everyone that took part.

Marks were awarded for mathematical content (50%), creativity (25%) and overall presentation (25%).  After much wrangling and careful analysis, the following posters emerged triumphant:

First Place: Finn, Molly, Mimi and Alex, Silverton CoE Primary School, Devon

Second Place: Amelia, Esme and Daisy, Ermington Primary School, Devon

Third Place: Isla, Evan, Sofia and Georgia, Trythall Community Primary School, Cornwall

The winning poster impressed with a combination of detailed research and unique ideas which were well combined to create an interesting poster.  The poster included a good range of links to the Fibonacci sequence, including art, fir cones, flowers, rabbits, spirals, cabbages and honeybees.

The second place poster scored highly for its combination of clear explanations and eye-catching design. The use of a tree and its branches was particularly appreciated for its uniqueness.

The judges appreciated the effort that the third place team had gone to in getting out in nature and taking photos of the plant they found that linked to the Fibonacci sequence.  The inclusion of the angle-o-tron also raised a smile.

Special Mention to:

Evie-Grace, Erin, Millie and Eben from Chumleigh Primary School in Devon who narrowly missed out on a place in the top three.  The judges appreciated the level of information contained in your poster in addition to its attractive design.

 

Molly from Flushing Primary School in Cornwall deserves particular congratulations for her artistry, illustrating the formula for the Golden Ratio.

Thank you to all the students who submitted a poster for consideration and thank you to the teachers that supported them to part.  We hope they enjoyed exploring this creative area of mathematics, we certainly loved reviewing their work.





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