Five year maths progression pathway basic package
The pathway has been produced to help secondary schools plan the progression of their students in mathematics from Year 7 through to Year 11.
The curriculum is broken down into easy-to-understand descriptors, graded from 1 to 9. Each descriptor links to a more detailed page in which it is broken down into simpler steps, with exemplar questions/problems of the type students might be expected to solve.
Teacher tracking and target setting tool,assessment objectives tracked for progression using the new GCSE 1 – 9 scale, can be applied to any school assessment system to specify progress in maths across Key Stage 3 and 4.
Supports schools in planning and assessing progression,created using the KS3 and KS4 national curriculum, uses DfE guidelines, aligned to blooms taxonomy; for example, ‘understanding’ or 'applying’, useful for KS3 and/or KS4 or as a set of detailed progression stages.
The basic package contains overview grids for GCSE Higher and GCSE Foundation. The gold package contains the overview grids plus an interactive pdf.
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