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New Functional Skills - Curriculum for Entry Levels

Discussion in 'Further Education' started by steve_michaels, Mar 29, 2019.

  1. steve_michaels

    steve_michaels New commenter


    I have seen a few sample papers for Level 1 and 2 for next year but does anybody have any info on what might be involved for the entry levels next year.

    I need to start working on scheme of works and embedding this into vocational but looks like there is not much to go on at the moment.
  2. colleenoharaa5

    colleenoharaa5 New commenter

    Hi Steve
    We usually use BkSB for FS you can use those to do initial assessment s and then there needs come up and resources you can send them individually try it it's GCSE L1 for for entry levels they get there diagnostic result then you'll know what to implement to assist them it basically shows what there failing in instead of everything just use there individual gaps save time and paper and resources
  3. Babbit_Resources

    Babbit_Resources New commenter

    Pearson have schemes of work for Reformed FS on their website. Not sure if you are Maths or English but the English ones are comprehensive and cover everything in the Reformed specs. They also have sample papers available. Embedding would be helpful but there's a lot they will need to learn discretely -e.g the new spelling element.
    Hope that helps

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