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# Securing level 1 in mathematics

- Ref:
- 00041-2010BKT-EN
- Audience:
- Headteacher, Local authority staff, Subject leader, Teacher
- Function:
- Attainment Targets, Continuing professional development (CPD), Guidance, Planning resources, Progression, Initial teacher training (ITT), Teaching and learning
- Format:
- Booklet, Key document

These materials are intended to support teachers in ensuring that as many children as possible reach level 1 well before the end of Key Stage 1. The guidance identifies key areas of learning that children need to secure to attain level 1 in mathematics. While you can integrate the ideas from these materials into your ongoing planning, you could also use them to plan targeted support for particular groups of children.

This booklet is supported by *What I can do in mathematics - level 1*,
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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### In this section

- Day-to-day assessment in mathematics
- Gifted and Talented education: Guidance on addressing underachievement – Planning a whole-school approach
- Guidance paper: Calculation
- Introduction to Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP)
- Leading partners in mathematics: Pilot project – Bradford College
- Making effective use of Numbers and patterns: laying foundations in mathematics – CPD
- Moving on with assessment in mathematics – Developing classroom practice
- One-to-one tuition toolkit
- Overcoming barriers in mathematics – Helping children move from level 1 to level 2
- Overcoming barriers in mathematics – Helping children move from level 2 to level 3
- Overcoming barriers in mathematics – Helping children move from level 3 to level 4
- Overcoming barriers in mathematics – helping children move from level 4 to level 5
- Progression guidance 2009–10
**Securing level 1 in mathematics**- Using ICT to explore and model mathematics: Number dials ITP – CPD
- Using ICT to explore and model mathematics: Twenty cards ITP – CPD