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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.
EL1 Money progress tests - Maths ID
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EL1 Money progress tests - Maths ID

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These progress tests are for use with mathsid.com, where you can access interactive practice material to support them. New for 2019/20, mathsid.com now links to the numeracy curriculum at Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3, and also features a summative assessment. If you teach numeracy you will have experienced the frustration of having to waste valuable classroom time on preparing learners for poorly designed and ill-suited formal assessments. Maths ID has been designed as an exemplar of how an Entry Level numeracy programme should work: Entry Level learners needed finely graded assessment points, so that their gradual progress can be represented. Learning targets should be structured in such a way that by achieving them, learners automatically develop a coherent body of knowledge (not just isolated items of learning). Entry Level qualifications must be designed expressly to meet the learning needs of their intended cohort, including learners with autism and dyslexia. Please use the programme as a framework for your teaching, and to generate evidence of learning progression. If you would like to be part of our campaign for better formal qualifications, please get in touch using the contact option on the site.
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.
EL2 Money progress tests - Maths ID
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EL2 Money progress tests - Maths ID

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These progress tests are for use with mathsid.com, where you can access interactive practice material to support them. New for 2019/20, mathsid.com now links to the numeracy curriculum at Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3, and also features a summative assessment. If you teach numeracy you will have experienced the frustration of having to waste valuable classroom time on preparing learners for poorly designed and ill-suited formal assessments. Maths ID has been designed as an exemplar of how an Entry Level numeracy programme should work: Entry Level learners needed finely graded assessment points, so that their gradual progress can be represented. Learning targets should be structured in such a way that by achieving them, learners automatically develop a coherent body of knowledge (not just isolated items of learning). Entry Level qualifications must be designed expressly to meet the learning needs of their intended cohort, including learners with autism and dyslexia. Please use the programme as a framework for your teaching, and to generate evidence of learning progression. If you would like to be part of our campaign for better formal qualifications, please get in touch using the contact option on the site.
EL3 Number progress tests - Maths ID
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EL3 Number progress tests - Maths ID

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These progress tests are for use with mathsid.com, where you can access interactive practice material to support them. New for 2019/20, mathsid.com now links to the numeracy curriculum at Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3, and also features a summative assessment. If you teach numeracy you will have experienced the frustration of having to waste valuable classroom time on preparing learners for poorly designed and ill-suited formal assessments. Maths ID has been designed as an exemplar of how an Entry Level numeracy programme should work: Entry Level learners needed finely graded assessment points, so that their gradual progress can be represented. Learning targets should be structured in such a way that by achieving them, learners automatically develop a coherent body of knowledge (not just isolated items of learning). Entry Level qualifications must be designed expressly to meet the learning needs of their intended cohort, including learners with autism and dyslexia. Please use the programme as a framework for your teaching, and to generate evidence of learning progression. If you would like to be part of our campaign for better formal qualifications, please get in touch using the contact option on the site.
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.
EL3 Money progress tests - Maths ID
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EL3 Money progress tests - Maths ID

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These progress tests are for use with mathsid.com, where you can access interactive practice material to support them. New for 2019/20, mathsid.com now links to the numeracy curriculum at Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3, and also features a summative assessment. If you teach numeracy you will have experienced the frustration of having to waste valuable classroom time on preparing learners for poorly designed and ill-suited formal assessments. Maths ID has been designed as an exemplar of how an Entry Level numeracy programme should work: Entry Level learners needed finely graded assessment points, so that their gradual progress can be represented. Learning targets should be structured in such a way that by achieving them, learners automatically develop a coherent body of knowledge (not just isolated items of learning). Entry Level qualifications must be designed expressly to meet the learning needs of their intended cohort, including learners with autism and dyslexia. Please use the programme as a framework for your teaching, and to generate evidence of learning progression. If you would like to be part of our campaign for better formal qualifications, please get in touch using the contact option on the site.
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 - Relationships
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SRE scenario - Relationships

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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.
EL1 Time progress tests - Maths ID
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EL1 Time progress tests - Maths ID

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These progress tests are for use with mathsid.com, where you can access interactive practice material to support them. New for 2019/20, mathsid.com now links to the numeracy curriculum at Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3, and also features a summative assessment. If you teach numeracy you will have experienced the frustration of having to waste valuable classroom time on preparing learners for poorly designed and ill-suited formal assessments. Maths ID has been designed as an exemplar of how an Entry Level numeracy programme should work: Entry Level learners needed finely graded assessment points, so that their gradual progress can be represented. Learning targets should be structured in such a way that by achieving them, learners automatically develop a coherent body of knowledge (not just isolated items of learning). Entry Level qualifications must be designed expressly to meet the learning needs of their intended cohort, including learners with autism and dyslexia. Please use the programme as a framework for your teaching, and to generate evidence of learning progression. If you would like to be part of our campaign for better formal qualifications, please get in touch using the contact option on the site.
EL2 Number progress tests - Maths ID
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EL2 Number progress tests - Maths ID

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These progress tests are for use with mathsid.com, where you can access interactive practice material to support them. New for 2019/20, mathsid.com now links to the numeracy curriculum at Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3, and also features a summative assessment. If you teach numeracy you will have experienced the frustration of having to waste valuable classroom time on preparing learners for poorly designed and ill-suited formal assessments. Maths ID has been designed as an exemplar of how an Entry Level numeracy programme should work: Entry Level learners needed finely graded assessment points, so that their gradual progress can be represented. Learning targets should be structured in such a way that by achieving them, learners automatically develop a coherent body of knowledge (not just isolated items of learning). Entry Level qualifications must be designed expressly to meet the learning needs of their intended cohort, including learners with autism and dyslexia. Please use the programme as a framework for your teaching, and to generate evidence of learning progression. If you would like to be part of our campaign for better formal qualifications, please get in touch using the contact option on the site.
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 - 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 - 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 - 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.
EL3 Time progress tests - Maths ID
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EL3 Time progress tests - Maths ID

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These progress tests are for use with mathsid.com, where you can access interactive practice material to support them. New for 2019/20, mathsid.com now links to the numeracy curriculum at Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3, and also features a summative assessment. If you teach numeracy you will have experienced the frustration of having to waste valuable classroom time on preparing learners for poorly designed and ill-suited formal assessments. Maths ID has been designed as an exemplar of how an Entry Level numeracy programme should work: Entry Level learners needed finely graded assessment points, so that their gradual progress can be represented. Learning targets should be structured in such a way that by achieving them, learners automatically develop a coherent body of knowledge (not just isolated items of learning). Entry Level qualifications must be designed expressly to meet the learning needs of their intended cohort, including learners with autism and dyslexia. Please use the programme as a framework for your teaching, and to generate evidence of learning progression. If you would like to be part of our campaign for better formal qualifications, please get in touch using the contact option on the site.
EL2 Time progress tests - Maths ID
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EL2 Time progress tests - Maths ID

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These progress tests are for use with mathsid.com, where you can access interactive practice material to support them. New for 2019/20, mathsid.com now links to the numeracy curriculum at Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3, and also features a summative assessment. If you teach numeracy you will have experienced the frustration of having to waste valuable classroom time on preparing learners for poorly designed and ill-suited formal assessments. Maths ID has been designed as an exemplar of how an Entry Level numeracy programme should work: Entry Level learners needed finely graded assessment points, so that their gradual progress can be represented. Learning targets should be structured in such a way that by achieving them, learners automatically develop a coherent body of knowledge (not just isolated items of learning). Entry Level qualifications must be designed expressly to meet the learning needs of their intended cohort, including learners with autism and dyslexia. Please use the programme as a framework for your teaching, and to generate evidence of learning progression. If you would like to be part of our campaign for better formal qualifications, please get in touch using the contact option on the site.
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 - 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.
EL1 Number progress tests - Maths ID
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EL1 Number progress tests - Maths ID

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These progress tests are for use with mathsid.com, where you can access interactive practice material to support them. New for 2019/20, mathsid.com now links to the numeracy curriculum at Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3, and also features a summative assessment (exam). If you teach numeracy you will have experienced the frustration of having to waste valuable classroom time on preparing learners for poorly designed and ill-suited formal assessments. Maths ID has been designed as an exemplar of how an Entry Level numeracy programme should work: Entry Level learners needed finely graded assessment points, so that their gradual progress can be represented. Learning targets should be structured in such a way that by achieving them, learners automatically develop a coherent body of knowledge (not just isolated items of learning). Entry Level qualifications must be designed expressly to meet the learning needs of their intended cohort, including learners with autism and dyslexia. Please use the programme as a framework for your teaching, and to generate evidence of learning progression. If you would like to be part of our campaign for better formal qualifications, please get in touch using the contact option on the site.