Key Stage 2: Mathematics 


Questions answered at stops 112 are marked on a MAP OF THE GROUNDS. 
REMEMBER  WATCH OUT FOR TRAFFIC WHEN WALKING ON ALL ROADS 
1. From the crossroads ...  
... to where the two walls form a corner Estimate how many paces to walk this distance ........................................................................... Now walk it. Stay on the grass on the righthand side and keep away from traffic. How many paces did you walk? ........................................................................... Was your estimate correct? YES / NO 

2. Where the two walls form a corner a. Which is the widest of the three trees here  the right one, the left one or the middle one? ........................................................................... b. Choose sufficient people to reach around this tree by joining arms and stretching round it. Now stand everyone in a line with their arms outstretched. Estimate how far it is around the widest tree. ........................................................................... 

3. At the Triumphal Gate a. Find the date in Roman numbers on the gate arch. Copy it down here Write the date on the gate in the numbers we use now 

4. Also at the Triumphal Gate Blenheim is open from 9.00 o'clock in the morning until 5.00 o'clock in the afternoon. a. How many hours is Blenheim open? ............................................................................ Write these two times using the 24hour clock 9.00 am ................................................................. 5.00 pm ................................................................. 

5.On the bank after the Triumphal Gate The diagram below (not to scale) shows how steep this bank is. Calculate the missing angle '?' (Remember, the angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees.) 

6. Going down the bank 

7. The Seven Arches Bridge (at the bottom of the bank) If the water flows under here into the Lake at 500 litres per minute, how much water will flow into the lake in one hour? ............................................................................. 

8. The cottage at the road junction (Fishery Cottage)

One hundred years ago a gamekeeper called Mr Maisey lived in this cottage with his wife and eight children. Here are the details of their ages. Mr Maisey 45 years old Mrs Maisy 43 years old Simon Maisey 20 years old John Maisey 18 years old Joan Maisey 17 years old Peter Maisey 14 years old Mary Maisey 11 years old Elizabeth Maisey 10 years old Robert Maisey 7 years old Paul Maisey 4 years old 
9. At this road junction


10. On the Bridge The bridge was finished in 1723. How many years ago is that? ............................................................................. 

11. At the gates in front of the Palace 

12. Near the exit from the shop Count the number of people who come out of the shop in ten minutes. If people come out at this rate all the time: a. How many will come out in one hour? ............................................................................. b. If the shop is open each day from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm, how many people will come out in one day? ............................................................................. 

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