Department of Early Years and Care
EVIDENCE RECORD SHEET
A Direct observation of learner by Assessor J Reflection on own practice
B Professional discussion K Written and pictorial information
C Expert witness evidence L Scenario or case study
D Learner’s own products M Task set by CACHE
E Learner log N Questions and answers
F Activity plan or planned activity O Assessment method devised by Centre
G Observation of CYP or adults by the learner Assessment plan
H Portfolio of evidence Feedback
I Prior learning
The aims and importance of learning provision for numeracy development.
Numeracy is an important key part of everyones everyday life.
The numeracy curriculum gives pupils a solid grounding in all aspects of numeracy. In early years numeracy skills are developed practically in shape, pattern, counting, sorting and measuring. It is important that children and young people are avle to realise the important og maths and the impact it has on our everyday lives outside of school. The secondary provision related maths to a more real life situation, and as the children become more advanced more technical machanics are used.
Teachers in reception classes follow the Foundation Stage Curriculum which includes problem solving, reasoning and Numeracy for pupils aged 2-6 years old. This is developed through pupils exploring, playing games and through teacher planned activities. The area for Foundation Stage is Numbers as labels and learning number and counting.
The Expectations are;
* Say and use number names in order in familiar contexts
* Reliably count up to 10 everyday objects
* Recognise numerals 1-10.
Calculating is something which is used as a development, this is generally introduced once the above is