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10 G+T for numeracy- what next?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by breadmaker, Aug 31, 2011.

  1. breadmaker

    breadmaker New commenter

    I am going back into a y1 class after a few years higher up the school and have seen that 10 of my children scored 9 for Numeracy in their FSP. Does this still make them G+T or has it changed? Also, as I've not used the FSP for a long time now, what sort of things does this mean they will be able to do? Their R teacher has left at Summer and I'm worried I won't stretch them enough. Thanks for any help.
     
  2. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    A score of 9 on the profile may have been seen as G&T in your school/area but not nationally. It is much easier to score 9 in maths than in CLLD for example. To score 9 means they are working with numbers up to 20. My advice would be to assess them yourself once they are settled
    scale point 9 Number- Recognises, counts,
    orders, writes and
    uses numbers up
    to 20
    calculation =Uses a range of
    strategies for addition
    and subtraction,
    including some
    mental recall of
    number bonds
    Shape Space Measure - Uses mathematical
    language to
    describe solid
    (3D) objects and
    flat (2D) shapes
     

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