Tag Archives: Numeracy development

Ideas with Numicon and other manipulatives

Thanks to all those who attended the Numicon workshop today and also for Numicon for coming along to deliver it for us.  It was very well received and people seemed to be armed with ideas when they left.  (A few … Continue reading

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Numeracy Development Officer Posts

Exciting job opportunities for next session! Follow these links for more information: https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/highland-council/jobs/numeracy-development-officer-fixed-term-12-months-various-units-hgh06356-121025 https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/highland-council/jobs/numeracy-development-officer-fixed-term-12-months-various-units-hgh06355-121060    

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Mathematical Association Secondary Education Mathematics Conference

Follow this link for information on the Mathematical Association Secondary Education Mathematics Conference which takes place on 3rd September 2016: Mathematical Association Secondary Education Mathematics Conference 2016 The programme details the workshops available: Programme – MA Conference 2016

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Assessment and achievement framework

Just to bring to your attention the updated Assessing progress and achievement framework. Follow this link to see the updated Significant Aspects of Learning in the framework – these now include more detail for each aspect. It would be great to hear … Continue reading

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Parents and schools working together!

Thank you so much to Balnaluib Primary, Poolewe Primary and Gairloch Primary, who invited me to help with their parent information sessions this week. It was fantastic to see such a great turn out for all the sessions, and was a … Continue reading

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Scottish Survey of Literacy and Numeracy Conference

Some of the key findings from the SSLN 2013 were reported at last Thursday’s conference: In 2013 about 69% of P4 pupils and 66% of P7 pupils were working well or very well in numeracy at the relevant CfE level … Continue reading

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