The Highland Numeracy Progression is currently undergoing a major update, this includes the addition of a large section on fractions, decimals and percentages. It will also integrate the other curriculum organisers within the progression. The 2017 document can continue to be used until the updated version is released. We hope that this will be at some point in the 2020/21 academic year and will possibly happen in phases.
The Highland Numeracy Progression is the core resource of the Highland Numeracy Strategy, and provides a valuable overview and guide to progression through Early to Second levels.
Since the HNP was originally written there have been updates to national guidance, such as the Benchmarks, which we have been keen to ensure are closely linked with the progression. In addition, we wanted to make clearer and more accessible links with the principles and practice behind the progression, as well as the available resources to support assessment and tracking.
We have therefore updated the HNP in line with national guidance and feedback. Follow this link for the new update of the Highland Numeracy Progression:
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Hello, I am looking for a Progression Framework for Fractions, Decimal and Percentages. I have searched extensively, but to no avail. Please could you advice?
We are working on one at the moment… the date for putting it out more widely keeps getting pushed back unfortunately because COvid has meant that we’ve had to reprioritise other things a number of times. We hope that the first draft will finally be ready before the end of the academic year. It is quite different from a lot of materials that are currently out there, either commercially or otherwise and has taken us quite a long time to put together as we’ve tried to read the existing research quite extensively and then trial/pilot things in classes at a variety of age ranges.