27th October 2000 at 01:00
Mathematics is about wonder as well as analysis. at its best, it's about both. Assemblies that Count is a set of 22 plans for school worship that promote the study of mathematics in an explicitly Christian framework. From the infinity of God to honest measures, from the mystery and measurability of time to the symbolic values of crosses and circles, there are some powerful ideas for pimary pupils. The faith of Newton and Kepler, the filigree hexagons of snowflakes, and economic inequality all feature in a thought-provoking collection.

Assemblies that Count costs pound;8.95 from The Stapleford Centre, The Old Lace Mill, Frederick Road, Stapleford, Nottingham NG9 8FN. Tel: 0115 939 6270. email: admin@stapleford-centre.orgWebsite:

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