## FREE Olympic GCSE Maths lesson – archery and circles

Actually it’s a Paralympic Maths lesson: teach area and circumference of circles in the context of Paralympic Archery.

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## EPISODE 2: Sherlock Holmes Maths Competition – FREE AO3 resource to download

**SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE MYSTERY OF THE DEVIL’S EYE**

**Episode 2 – “W H E E L O F F O R T U N E”**

**The story so far… **Holmes and Watson have been called by a frantic Inspector Lestrade to investigate the disappearance from Harrods of the world’s largest ruby, the **Devil’s Eye**. Solving the fiendish maths clues left behind in **Episode 1** – and ably assisted by **Class 10 Set 3 of SUTTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL in Surrey** – they worked out which door the thief left by, and where he was heading next**… to the L O N D O N E Y E. **

Thinking a murder is about to be committed, they arrive breathless at the famous landmark:

And here’s the accompanying** map and worksheet**:

**DOWNLOAD THE PDFs, SOLVE THE CLUES, AND SUBMIT YOUR ANSWERS TO: ****SherlockH_221B@yahoo.co.uk**** **

**BY 5pm ON TUESDAY 12TH OCTOBER.**

The winning entry will be drawn at random from all correct answers, and will receive a **FREE Longman AQA Middle Sets ACTIVE-TEACH DVD – ***our popular and highly rated resource for electronic whiteboards*** – and a tin of Cadbury’s Heroes.**

**If you’re NEW to this competition…**

The competition is free to enter, and you can join in any Round/Episode! View **this page of our blog** to keep up to date with all the action, find out where Holmes has been so far, and read the rules.

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