Kenilworth’s Clinton Primary School hit the charts with a maths song that’s fit for any class room…

Oct 09, 2013, 06:40 AM

Radio Warwickshire speak with Head Teacher Sam Pater and the pupils of Clinton School Kenilworth to find out more about the history behind the imaginative and creative maths songs that have the whole school buzzing. Head teacher at Clinton Primary School Sam Pater wrote and composed a pop song to help youngsters learn multiplication. Pupils as young as four are donning sunglasses and playing air guitar in school, and the song has had a real impact on the children’s progress in maths. Now he’s decided to release it as a single - hoping it equals money for Children in Need and a possible chart hit. It can be downloaded on iTunes, Google Music and Amazon. Pupils as young as four are donning sunglasses and playing air guitar in school, and the song has had a real impact on the children’s progress in maths. The song costs between 79p and 89p and is called ‘Clinton Counting Song’. Download the Song and help raise funds for Children in Need here - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Clinton-Counting-Song/dp/B00EDZMN5S

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