This paper from Education Scotland sets out the purposes of learning within maths, describes how the experiences are organised, and offers guidance on aspects such as learning and teaching, broad features of assessment, progression and connections with other areas of the curriculum.
Numeracy across learning
Numeracy is the responsibility of all. This paper offers examples of contexts across Social Studies where numeracy skills can be progressed and provides links to the Significant Aspects of Learning and the Learning Statements as well as to the National Numeracy Progression Framework. There are some links to the Maths experiences and outcomes, as particularly geographical skills can also align to mathematics.
Education Scotland have now published a new Professional Learning Resource on Numeracy across Learning. It can be accessed via the following link:
and sits next to the National Numeracy Progression Framework on the website.
A useful online guide to all numeracy-related resources from Education Scotland: