St John Fisher RC Primary School helps to make Guinness World Record


On Friday December 3rd, hundreds  of schools around Britain will be taking part in Number Day. This is a fun-packed maths class which takes place at 11am in each school and the funds raised will go to the NSPCC.

St John Fisher RC Primary School in Marshalswick is taking part. Mrs Goulding, their Yr 6 teacher, is undertaking the challenge of holding the giant maths lesson in the school hall. “We are raising funds for the NSPCC  along with other schools and aim to break the world record for the largest maths lesson.”

This is the 10th birthday of Number Day run by the National Society of Protection of Cruelty to Children . They hope to make this the best year ever and donations for this worthy cause is much  appreciated.

Further information available from St John Fisher School 01727-861077 or contact the NSPCC tel; 0808 800 5000 or

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Maria Larmer lives in St Albans and is married with four children. She works as a Freelance Writer, English Language Teacher and Teaching Assistant. She has lived in Auckland, New Zealand for 9 years and prior to that in France, Germany, Austria, Edinburgh, London and Ireland. Her diary-writing has featured on 'The Wild Geese' Channel 4 and Radio Verulam. She has written for Hertfordshire Life magazine, Go Camping magazine, Camping magazine, The Catholic Times, St Albans & Harpenden Review, New Zealand Times, The New Beacon, My Weekly and various websites. She can be contacted on