Maths Club | Halloween
On 2nd November as part of the Halloween celebrations, the Maths Club teachers organised an Origami Art activity.
The term Origami is a Japanese word which means the art of folding paper. It is an ancient art form created by the Imperial Court of Japan. This technique uses sheets of square paper which are then folded geometrically in various forms, resulting in the representation of different objects.
In this sense, with a sheet of shiny coloured paper, great patience and concentration the students folded and then refolded until the square piece of paper became a 'Halloween witch'.
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