Archimedes was a Greek mathematician, philosopher and inventor who wrote important works on geometry, arithmetic and mechanics.
Archimedes was born in Syracuse on the eastern coast of Sicily and educated in Alexandria in Egypt. He then returned to Syracuse, where he spent most of the rest of his life, devoting his time to research and experimentation in many fields.
You will find Archimedes Class in the Cathedral End of the school with the other Year Four Classes, Bernes-Lee and Hubble.
Archimedes Class is taught by Mr Razaq and the teaching assistant is Mrs Healy on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and Mrs Lake on a Thursday and Friday. Mrs Alcala is also in Archimedes class supporting learning.
Below are some reminders that you may find helpful:
You can download a copy of Archimedes' timetable below. Please be aware that this is subject to change on occasion.