Highland Numeracy Progression Summary Documents: First Level

The Highland Numeracy Progression Summary Documents for the rest of First Level are now available on the Shared Drive, as well as on the blog.  They will be added shortly to the Highland Digital Hub.

A huge amount of work has gone into the documents and the additional supporting Guidance Documents.  We hope that people find them useful for their own knowledge and understanding as well as to support their teaching.  We’ll share some of the features of the Guidance Documents over the week to help people navigate their way around some of the additional materials.

As a reminder, if you haven’t already, please read the HNP Summary Documents: Overview and Rationale before using the documents so you understand them better and use them appropriately alongside other resources we have available.

These are ‘live’ documents which means additional supporting documentation and resources will be added on an ongoing basis.  As such, we suggest you use them online (or regularly check that you have the most up to date version) rather than download them.

Although we are adding the rest of First Level, the section on Multiplication and Division is still being constructed and will be added to the document soon.

We are currently working on Second Level and hope to have this out within the next three weeks.


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First*** HNP Summary Document

As always, if anyone happens to spot any mistakes, please do let us know and if you disagree with any of the points we’ve made then we’d be more than happy to have a discussion about this.  

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