Updated Numeracy and Mathematics Progression

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The updated progression is now available to share with schools. As previously shared, there is no expectation that schools will adopt this progression. However, it would be hoped that schools choosing not to adopt the progression would compare the expectations from their own documents with the authority document. Aberdeen City Council Numeracy and Mathematics Progression: […]

Scottish Survey of Literacy and Numeracy 2016 – Literacy

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Scotland’s Chief Statistician today published numeracy results from the 2016 Scottish Survey of Literacy and Numeracy (SSLN).  The SSLN was an annual survey which monitored national performance in literacy and numeracy in alternate years at P4, P7 and S2.  This is the third and final set of literacy results from the SSLN.  The full report […]

Bookbug Week in Scotland – 15 – 21 May 2017

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There are many opportunities ahead with our local libraries as part of the Bookbug’s Big Giggle events.  All sessions are free of charge, however some require booking to guarantee places.  Further information is available on the poster and timetable below. Download (PDF, 1.73MB) Download (DOCX, 14KB) Source: Curriculum Team Feed

Primary Enterprising Maths Challenge 2017

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The Primary Enterprising Maths Challenge was run at University of Aberdeen yesterday and was attended by many pupils from across the authority.  The event allowed pupils to show off their understanding of Numeracy and Mathematics through a range of activities including a Round the Table, Head to Heads and a Relay challenge. Danestone School were […]

Scottish Mathematical Council – Primary Journal

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Copies of the Scottish Mathematical Council (SMC) Primary Journal were sent to all Aberdeen City Primaries via internal mail at the beginning of the month.  The SMC have now posted this as a PDF online and it can be accessed at:  http://www.scottishmathematicalcouncil.org/wp1/smc-publications/smc-primary-journal/     Source: Curriculum Team Feed