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These materials are designed to provide guidance and advice to Primary literacy and Primary language advisers and consultants on the links between language learning and literacy and the mutually supportive skills of first and additional language learning. Ref: 00482-2009DWO-EN-01 Publication date: June 2009
Vocabulary for Reception mathematics, covering: Counting; Comparing and ordering numbers; Adding and subtracting; Solving problems; Problems involving 'real life' or money; Measures; Length; Mass; Capacity; Time; Exploring patterns, shape and space; 3D shapes; 2D shapes; Patterns and symmetry; Position, direction and movement; Instructions; General vocabulary. For further information, see: Mathematical vocabulary.
This continued professional development (CPD) is aimed at classroom teachers of Year 2, 3 and 4 pupils. It looks at making connections between the assessment process, teaching approaches and mathematical knowledge.
The second edition of Support for Spelling offers support for teachers wanting their pupils to become fluent and effective writers; accurate spelling is a means to that end. Competent spellers need to spend less time and energy in thinking about spelling to enable them to channel their time and energy into the skills of composition, sentence structure and precise word choice. Ref: 01109-2009PDF-EN-01 Publication date: February 2010
This CPD theme of Number concepts is aimed specifically at schools who wish to address progression in number concepts with a focus on reasoning and mathematical language. It has CPD outlines, PowerPoint presentations (which contains the presentation slides to support the delivery of the PDM), Handouts and resources.
Ensuring that the right support is in place for all children, regardless of class or social background is important in closing the attainment gap. While the current catch-up arrangements are effective for many, the DCSF know that they are not working for all pupils. Without an individualised approach it will be very hard for this group to make the progress needed to achieve their full potential. This pack contains everything that a tutor will need to plan and deliver an effective one-to-one tuition session. Ref: 01068-2008PCK-EN Publication date: February 2009
Introduction to day-to-day assessment and Assessment for Learning (AfL), with a link to the Assessment for Learning CPD overview.
Guidance paper explaining the process of calculation in mathematics and an outline of the aims which all teachers should apply throughout the primary curriculum, to ensure pupils leave school with a secure knowledge of the subject.
The resource Numbers and patterns: laying foundations in mathematics is intended to help practitioners working with children in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
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