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:
We have now been able to link the content of the final Benchmarks to the Aberdeen City Council Progression and they are available for you on Google Drive. There are two versions to be shared: PDF and Word Documents. There is an issue around the format of the Word Documents, and they have moved slightly while uploading them. However, it is important that schools have these copies should they wish to edit and create their own versions of the progression.
We have also contacted A.C.E.R, the company behind the upcoming Scottish National Standardised Assessments, so that the content of the progression is similar to the expected standard in the assessments. While all efforts have been made to ensure this is the case, there will come a time when the progression will need to be reviewed again in light of feedback and the assessments.
The most recent version of the Vocabulary Book accessible. However, there have been small amendments made in light of the final Benchmarks and a new copy should be available from design in September, and will be uploaded to the folder once it is available.