Tag Archives: Highland Numeracy Progression

Upcoming CPD

There are a few upcoming CPD courses that people may be interested in if you don’t already know about them. HNP: An introduction to assessing, planning and teaching in numeracy (full details below) Date: 20th February 2019 (in-service day) Time: … Continue reading

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CPD Dates: Numicon and HNP

I’ve just put two CPD courses onto the CPD calendar and included brief details below as well.  If you’re interested in attending please sign up via the CPD calendar (there is an additional external link you need to use for the … Continue reading

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Benchmarks for Numeracy and Mathematics

  Follow this link for the Benchmarks for Numeracy and Mathematics, which have now been published by Education Scotland to support teacher professional judgement of achievement of a level. The Benchmarks aim to set out clear statements about what children need … Continue reading

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Annie’s Amazing Mental Maths

A big welcome back to school for everyone, and another fantastic resource to share! Annie Mellor has developed a wonderful series of games to help develop mental agility, build knowledge of number structure and basic facts and promote mathematical thinking. … Continue reading

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Updated knowledge progression trackers

Have a look at the updated knowledge progression trackers here: Knowledge tracker – Early Level Knowledge tracker – First Level Knowledge tracker – Second Level You can also find the updated versions now on the Planning and Tracking Progress page. … Continue reading

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The Highland Numeracy Strategy

Follow the link to The Highland Numeracy Strategy which sets out our approach to numeracy across Highland, and gives links to available resources. This is now available on the page, Highland Numeracy Strategy.

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Fluency Without Fear

Thank you to Kip Clarke of Alvie Primary for recommending this fantastic paper by Jo Boaler for Stanford University: Fluency Without Fear This research shows the damage that can be caused by focusing on memorisation and rote learning of facts … Continue reading

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