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Ofsted's first report on the National Numeracy Project
- 01 Dec 1998
- Ref 158
As part of the monitoring by Her Majesty ’s Inspectors (HMI) of the implementation of the National Numeracy Strategy, HMI from the special educational needs team visited 42 special schools from 15 local educational authorities during the autumn term of 1999 and the early months of the spring term of 2000.
- 01 Dec 2001
- Ref 267
This interim report covers the first term of the National Numeracy Strategy. Its publication has been timed to enable schools and those with responsibility for managing aspects of the strategy to act on its findings when drawing up programmes of intervention and support.
- 01 Dec 2000
- Ref 221
This report provides an overview of the first three years and is the fourth report on the National Numeracy Strategy published by Ofsted. It summarises the standards attained by pupils; analyses the changes in teaching methods brought about by the strategy; and suggests areas where further work is needed.
- 26 Nov 2002
- Ref 554
The implementation of the National Numeracy Strategy (NNS) began in English primary schools at the start of the autumn term of 1999.The purpose of the strategy is to improve standards in mathematics. This is the third report on the NNS published by Ofsted. It provides a detailed account of the implementation and impact of the strategy in primary classrooms in England.
- 01 Dec 2001
- Ref 333
In the spring and summer terms of 2001, inspectors gave particular attention in 68 schools to three important themes in primary mathematics: progression from mental to written calculation from Year 1 to Year 6; the solving of word problems; and the use of calculators in Years 5 and 6. This paper draws upon these visits, as well as on evidence from the visits to the other schools in the national sample.
- 15 Apr 2002
- Ref 461