Alyson Sinclair benefits from the use of building toys and games to raise standards in maths

26th February 1999 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Alyson Sinclair, a primary 7 pupil at Larkfield primary in Greenock, is benefiting from the use of building toys and games to raise standards in maths. The school is one of the "success stories in Scottish education" which are being celebrated at a two-day event in Dundee this weekend to be opened by Donald Dewar, the Secretary of State

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