Children from Victor Seymour Infants' School in Carshalton are visited by wand-wiggling maths maestro

Add-bracadabra: Magician Tony Charles with pupils (from left) Julian Tanca, Amelie Bull and Hayden Lowey

Add-bracadabra: Magician Tony Charles with pupils (from left) Julian Tanca, Amelie Bull and Hayden Lowey

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

Sutton infants had a magical time learning maths last week.

Pupils from Victor Seymour Infants’ School in Denmark Road, Carshalton, were visited by maths magician Tony Charles.

The number-wizard put on a show for all year groups, before leading workshops in the afternoon.

Deputy headteacher Michelle McNamee, said: “The children had a great week exploring Maths.

“They were really excited to apply their maths skills when solving a variety of problems.”

On Wednesday last week the school were visited by the Happy Puzzle Company, with students getting together to solve problems.

Tony Charles visited on Thursday, June 12.

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12:04am Fri 20 Jun 14

Michael Pantlin says...

In the 1960s education system that would have been a cane rather than a wand; learning and punishment went hand in hand in the minds of the warped perverts employed as teachers then.
In the 1960s education system that would have been a cane rather than a wand; learning and punishment went hand in hand in the minds of the warped perverts employed as teachers then. Michael Pantlin
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