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Mathematics resources for Primary Teachers in Training - Primary and Early Years National Strategy Support

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Created on 15 July 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 16 September 2010 by ncetm_administrator


Overcoming barriers in Mathematics is a set of resources providing support and guidance on progression in mathematics across two levels with suggestions on how to use the Overcoming barriers CD-based resource.  These are now available for;

The Securing Level materials focus on six key areas in mathematics that children must secure in order to attain a specific level. They set out standards to be achieved and suggest teaching approaches, relevant intervention materials, teaching and learning resources and assessment prompts.  They are now available for Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level 4 and Level 5.

Children who attain level 4 in English but not mathematics at Key Stage 2. This report arose out of a national concern about the large number of pupils who, at the end of Key Stage 2, currently attain level 4 or above in English but not in mathematics. Available from here.

Please note:
The National Strategies will no longer exist after the end of March 2011, and although many of the resources and materials will be hosted online in a new location, users of the site are being encouraged to download anything of specific interest or use.


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05 October 2011 07:27
The publications can be found electronically on the National Strategies archives sites. If you use the links above, Level 1, level 2 etc you should be able to get the publications you require.
04 October 2011 22:57
Has anyone got the electronic versions of these publications?
By ajcamo
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