Farm shed at Churchill Island, off Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia.

In term 2, Year 6/7 students will be starting a unit on Angles. Why is it important to learn how to identify, measure, draw and name angles? You can see in the picture above that angles are all around us in the built environment. Here are just some of the jobs where knowing about angles is necessary: Architect, Builder, Carpenter, Cartographer, Engineer, Fashion Designer, Graphic Designer, Landscape Gardener, Pattern-maker, Pilot, Surveyor and Welder. Sportspeople, such as golfers, soccer players and snooker players also use angles. Perhaps you can think of some others? Please add them to the comment space below.

• What did you learn?
• Was the activity easy or challenging?
• Would you recommend the site for other students wanting to learn about angles?
• How would you rate the site out of 10? (where 10/10 is awesome!)

1. Che Johnson

I was on BBC bitsize and i learnt about triaangle angles i learnt how to add and subtract them.

I learnt that abcute angles are between 0 and 90 degrees. I learnt that an obtuse angle is between 90 and 180 degrees and also learnt that a reflex angle is more than 180 degrees.

3. Billy-Jo

the bbc bitesize site taught me what a obtuse and acute angle were. It was a good site.

4. Nick

hi, i went on BBC bitesize maths. the test was a bit challenging but i got 10 out of 10. i am giving the rating a 9 out of 10 🙂

5. Nick

i went on BBC Bitesize maths and it was a bit challengingbut i did the test and got my answers 10 out of 10 so i am giving it a rating 8 out of 10