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Unblock cool maths games!

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Recently a website known as “Cool Maths Games” has been blocked from the Department of Education internet network and can no longer be accessed by ANY school student in NSW. Cool Maths Games was a website that was used by almost every student in all schools across NSW and other parts of Australia. This website aided students to increase their maths knowledge by providing fun educational maths games, fun puzzles to increase IQ and to test and spark students to think creatively while also being HIGHLY educational. Many students at Sydney Secondary College Balmain Campus and multiple other schools are very upset about the blocking of Cool Maths Games and have been protesting to teachers to contact the Departmet of Education to get this educational website unblocked. 

Why should Cool Maths Games be unblocked?

  • Will increase the performance of students in the classroom by getting them to become concentrated before class which will have a positive effect on the students behaviour and their willingness to get work done.
  • Gives students an Educational advantage by encouraging them to think creatively and to also complete work related to school such as math equations and spelling mini games that students enjoy and also adds to their knowledge to complete mathematical problematic questions and aids with spelling skills.
  • Teachers can offer students who have finished their class work to visit and use the website for the educational purpose the website was designed to provide. The website can also be used as an encouragement to get class work done assigned by the teacher with Cool Math Games being a invaluable resource

If you believe in education that can be taught in a fun and engaging manner then signing this petition will get us one step closer to unblocking Cool Maths Games.



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