Numeracy and Computing

Numeracy and Computing

Mr C Blair (Curriculum Leader)
 

Faculty News: Numeracy and Computing

Published: 22 May 2020

Starting week commencing 25 May 2020 the Mathematics Department will be offering 'drop in' sessions through Google Meet and using pupil edubuzz accounts.

How the session will run will depend on what questions are being asked and what pupils want to do but it goes without saying that we want to be as supportive and responsive as possible.

The session schedule is here and pupils will be invited via their Google Classroom.

Also in our Faculty we have some live lessons taking place in Computing Science at National 4/5 and Higher levels - thanks to Mr McSwan and Mrs Stewart for organising this.

In addition our new Digital Leaders have been busy creating useful video guides...

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Published: 07 January 2020

The following maths clubs are running at lunch time every week from January 2020. Support with homework, any class topics or exam questions available.

  • Tuesday - Everyone welcome in room M1.7
  • Wednesday - All National 5 students welcome in room M1.6
  • Thursday - All Higher students welcome in room M1.8
Published: 10 September 2019

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Published: 25 April 2019

Over the next few weeks S1 Learning Conversations will take place.

In the Mathematics Department we will issue each learner with an updated Assessment Profile (example here, previously issued before Christmas) and a Learning Journey grid. The Assessment Profile will include information on progress so far and details of how you can support your young person.

Here is our plea:

Home-School partnership is crucial to raising attainment and we really need your help so please keep encouraging your young person to work through their Learning Journey grids and sign each block when you have checked their work. 

The electronic copy of the Learning Journey (with links to video...

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Published: 25 April 2019

At the end of February S2 Learning Conversations took place and reports followed. In the Mathematics Department we issued each learner with their Assessment Profile (example here) and a Learning Journey grid. The Assessment Profile included information on progress so far and details of how you can support your young person.

Here is our plea:

Home-School partnership is crucial to raising attainment and we really need your help so please keep encouraging your young person to work through their Learning Journey grids and sign each block when you have checked their work. 

The electronic copy of the Learning Journey (with links to video tutorials and exercises) is on Show My...

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