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All of my resources here are free to use. My aim is to make connections in the SEN teaching community and to petition for better formal assessments and curricula for learners with Special Educational Needs. My website mathsid.com is a complete programme for the teaching and assessment of essential numeracy skills. Please visit the site for free access to the programme, to join the campaign, and to have your say.

All of my resources here are free to use. My aim is to make connections in the SEN teaching community and to petition for better formal assessments and curricula for learners with Special Educational Needs. My website mathsid.com is a complete programme for the teaching and assessment of essential numeracy skills. Please visit the site for free access to the programme, to join the campaign, and to have your say.
Maths ID Money tests (STAGES 1 - 25, Set A)
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Maths ID Money tests (STAGES 1 - 25, Set A)

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A set of 25 staged assessments addressing every key learning target for basic money skills, from counting coins to calculating interest. Online material to accompany these assessments can be accessed for free at www.mathsid.com, along with full instructions for use. Maths ID is a free to use website for numeracy teachers featuring interactive practice materials, printable assessment sheets, and progress tracking tools. Each of its three topics (Arithmetic, Money and Time) has 25 finely graded stages, which allow learners to build their knowledge incrementally and at their own pace. Maths ID allows for fully differentiated delivery even for the most diverse learner groups, automatically structures learning, and generates clear evidence of genuine progress. It will be especially useful for learners who require intensive work to develop the most essential numeracy skills, including learners with special educational needs.
SRE scenario - Identity and Gender
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SRE scenario - Identity and Gender

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These fictional scenarios are designed for use in SRE (sex and relationship education) lessons, so that issues likely to affect students’ lives can be discussed without reference to real-life situations. This helps teachers to preserve the privacy of their students and to help them feel more comfortable discussing those issues. The scenarios were originally part of a programme aimed at male learners called ‘Men’s Group’, but I would like to publish them as part of a more inclusive programme. I would welcome the input of other SRE teachers who may wish to collaborate on this project.
Maths ID Arithmetic tests (STAGES 1 - 25, Set A)
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Maths ID Arithmetic tests (STAGES 1 - 25, Set A)

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A set of 25 staged assessments addressing every key learning target for basic arithmetic, from single figure additions to calculating cube roots. Online material to accompany these assessments can be accessed for free at www.mathsid.com, along with full instructions for use. Maths ID is a free to use website for numeracy teachers featuring interactive practice materials, printable assessment sheets, and progress tracking tools. Each of its three topics (Arithmetic, Money and Time) has 25 finely graded stages, which allow learners to build their knowledge incrementally and at their own pace. Maths ID allows for fully differentiated delivery even for the most diverse learner groups, automatically structures learning, and generates clear evidence of genuine progress. It will be especially useful for learners who require intensive work to develop the most essential numeracy skills, including learners with special educational needs.
Maths ID Time tests (STAGES 1 - 25, Set A)
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Maths ID Time tests (STAGES 1 - 25, Set A)

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A set of 25 staged assessments addressing every key learning target for time skills, from identifying the minute and hour hands to using the 24-hour clock. Online material to accompany these assessments can be accessed for free at www.mathsid.com, along with full instructions for use. Maths ID is a free to use website for numeracy teachers featuring interactive practice materials, printable assessment sheets, and progress tracking tools. Each of its three topics (Arithmetic, Money and Time) has 25 finely graded stages, which allow learners to build their knowledge incrementally and at their own pace. Maths ID allows for fully differentiated delivery even for the most diverse learner groups, automatically structures learning, and generates clear evidence of genuine progress. It will be especially useful for learners who require intensive work to develop the most essential numeracy skills, including learners with special educational needs.
SRE scenario - Understanding Appropriate Behaviour
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SRE scenario - Understanding Appropriate Behaviour

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These fictional scenarios are designed for use in SRE (sex and relationship education) lessons, so that issues likely to affect students’ lives can be discussed without reference to real-life situations. This helps teachers to preserve the privacy of their students and to help them feel more comfortable discussing those issues. The scenarios were originally part of a programme aimed at male learners called ‘Men’s Group’, but I would like to publish them as part of a more inclusive programme. I would welcome the input of other SRE teachers who may wish to collaborate on this project.
SRE scenario - Understanding Safe Sex
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SRE scenario - Understanding Safe Sex

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These fictional scenarios are designed for use in SRE (sex and relationship education) lessons, so that issues likely to affect students’ lives can be discussed without reference to real-life situations. This helps teachers to preserve the privacy of their students and to help them feel more comfortable discussing those issues. The scenarios were originally part of a programme aimed at male learners called ‘Men’s Group’, but I would like to publish them as part of a more inclusive programme. I would welcome the input of other SRE teachers who may wish to collaborate on this project.
SRE scenario - Rights and Responsibilities
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SRE scenario - Rights and Responsibilities

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These fictional scenarios are designed for use in SRE (sex and relationship education) lessons, so that issues likely to affect students’ lives can be discussed without reference to real-life situations. This helps teachers to preserve the privacy of their students and to help them feel more comfortable discussing those issues. The scenarios were originally part of a programme aimed at male learners called ‘Men’s Group’, but I would like to publish them as part of a more inclusive programme. I would welcome the input of other SRE teachers who may wish to collaborate on this project.
SRE scenario - Privacy and Consent
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SRE scenario - Privacy and Consent

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These fictional scenarios are designed for use in SRE (sex and relationship education) lessons, so that issues likely to affect students’ lives can be discussed without reference to real-life situations. This helps teachers to preserve the privacy of their students and to help them feel more comfortable discussing those issues. The scenarios were originally part of a programme aimed at male learners called ‘Men’s Group’, but I would like to publish them as part of a more inclusive programme. I would welcome the input of other SRE teachers who may wish to collaborate on this project.
SRE scenario - Dealing with Pornography
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SRE scenario - Dealing with Pornography

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These fictional scenarios are designed for use in SRE (sex and relationship education) lessons, so that issues likely to affect students’ lives can be discussed without reference to real-life situations. This helps teachers to preserve the privacy of their students and to help them feel more comfortable discussing those issues. The scenarios were originally part of a programme aimed at male learners called ‘Men’s Group’, but I would like to publish them as part of a more inclusive programme. I would welcome the input of other SRE teachers who may wish to collaborate on this project.
SRE scenario - Attraction and Sexuality
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SRE scenario - Attraction and Sexuality

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These fictional scenarios are designed for use in SRE (sex and relationship education) lessons, so that issues likely to affect students’ lives can be discussed without reference to real-life situations. This helps teachers to preserve the privacy of their students and to help them feel more comfortable discussing those issues. The scenarios were originally part of a programme aimed at male learners called ‘Men’s Group’, but I would like to publish them as part of a more inclusive programme. I would welcome the input of other SRE teachers who may wish to collaborate on this project.
mathsid.com - an essential numeracy site providing practice work, assessments and progress tracking.
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mathsid.com - an essential numeracy site providing practice work, assessments and progress tracking.

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Maths ID is a free to use website for numeracy teachers featuring interactive practice materials, printable assessment sheets, and progress tracking tools. Each of its three topics (Arithmetic, Money and Time) has 25 finely graded stages, which allow learners to build their knowledge incrementally and at their own pace. Maths ID allows for fully differentiated delivery even for the most diverse learner groups, automatically structures learning, and generates clear evidence of genuine progress. It will be especially useful for learners who require intensive work to develop the most essential numeracy skills, including learners with special educational needs. Full instructions for use can be found on the site at www.mathsid.com.
SRE scenario - Reproduction and Sexual Behaviour
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SRE scenario - Reproduction and Sexual Behaviour

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These fictional scenarios are designed for use in SRE (sex and relationship education) lessons, so that issues likely to affect students’ lives can be discussed without reference to real-life situations. This helps teachers to preserve the privacy of their students and to help them feel more comfortable discussing those issues. The scenarios were originally part of a programme aimed at male learners called ‘Men’s Group’, but I would like to publish them as part of a more inclusive programme. I would welcome the input of other SRE teachers who may wish to collaborate on this project.
SRE scenario - Recognising and Preventing Abuse
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SRE scenario - Recognising and Preventing Abuse

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These fictional scenarios are designed for use in SRE (sex and relationship education) lessons, so that issues likely to affect students’ lives can be discussed without reference to real-life situations. This helps teachers to preserve the privacy of their students and to help them feel more comfortable discussing those issues. The scenarios were originally part of a programme aimed at male learners called ‘Men’s Group’, but I would like to publish them as part of a more inclusive programme. I would welcome the input of other SRE teachers who may wish to collaborate on this project.
Arithmetic progress tracker (personal)
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Arithmetic progress tracker (personal)

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Designed to record learner progress in a more detailed and meaningful way than formal assessments allow, this tracking document is for use with the Maths ID Essential Numeracy programme, which you can access for free at mathsid.com. The data it generates can be used for learner feedback, to demonstrate learning to parents and other stakeholders, and to provide evidence to meet funding requirements.
Money progress tracker (personal)
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Money progress tracker (personal)

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Designed to record learner progress in a more detailed and meaningful way than formal assessments allow, this tracking document is for use with the Maths ID Essential Numeracy programme, which you can access for free at mathsid.com. The data it generates can be used for learner feedback, to demonstrate learning to parents and other stakeholders, and to provide evidence to meet funding requirements.
Time progress tracker (personal)
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Time progress tracker (personal)

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Designed to record learner progress in a more detailed and meaningful way than formal assessments allow, this tracking document is for use with the Maths ID Essential Numeracy programme, which you can access for free at mathsid.com. The data it generates can be used for learner feedback, to demonstrate learning to parents and other stakeholders, and to provide evidence to meet funding requirements.
Arithmetic progress tracker (group)
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Arithmetic progress tracker (group)

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This group progress tracker can be used to differentiate your delivery of numeracy learning, and to help you allocate support fairly and effectively. By using the Maths ID Essential Numeracy programme your students can work independently towards individual learning targets at different levels. When they need extra support, it will show up on the progress tracker.
Time progress tracker (group)
ian.lockett

Time progress tracker (group)

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This group progress tracker can be used to differentiate your delivery of numeracy learning, and to help you allocate support fairly and effectively. By using the Maths ID Essential Numeracy programme your students can work independently towards individual learning targets at different levels. When they need extra support, it will show up on the progress tracker.