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Overcoming barriers in mathematics – Helping children move from level 3 to level 4

Publication date:
Nov 2007
Ref:
00695-2007PCK-EN
Audience:
Education adviser, Headteacher, Inclusion staff, Lead intervention teacher, Senior leadership team (SLT), Subject leader, Teacher
Function:
Assessment resources, Continuing professional development (CPD), Leadership, Lesson resources, Management resources, Planning, Training materials, Initial teacher training (ITT), Intervention, Teaching and learning
Format:
Booklet, CD/DVD, Key resource, Resource sheet

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This is the first of similarly focused intervention materials that are to be developed for mathematics. Teachers will find these materials useful when planning their teaching to help children working around the level 3 to 4 border make good progress.

The materials are designed to be used with children who are at risk of not making the necessary progress to move from level 3 to secure level 4 and therefore not meeting age-related expectations by the end of Year 6.

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