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Securing level 3 in mathematics

Publication date:
Apr 2009
Education adviser, Headteacher, Local authority staff, Senior leadership team (SLT), Subject leader, Teacher
Assessment resources, Attainment Targets, Continuing professional development (CPD), Guidance, Leadership, Lesson resources, Management resources, Planning resources, Progression, Training materials, Teaching and learning
Booklet, Key resource


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Booklet addressing six key areas in mathematics that children must secure in order to attain level 3. It sets out standards to be achieved and suggests teaching approaches, relevant intervention materials, teaching and learning resources and assessment prompts.

This booklet is supported by What I can do in mathematics - level 3, which takes the assessment checklist and presents it in a form that can be used in the classroom with space for children to record their mathematical working and answers.

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  • caroljames29 4.56 am, 10th August 2010

    When will this item be available to order?

    • The National Strategies 10.48 am, 10th August 2010

      I have been advised that this publication is out of stock and there are no plans to produce any further hardcopies.
      Thank you

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