Fees: Standard £ 0 Conc £No conc. Full £986
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Number: read & write large numbers; 4 rules of whole numbers, decimals and fractions. Compare fractions,decimals and percentages. Measure, shape and space: use Imperial & Metric units of measurement: weight, capacity, length, distance, area, perimeter, volume, time, money, 2-D and 3-D shapes. Handling data: extract and interpret information from a range of lists, tables, charts, graphs and other diagrams; represent and interpret numerical information; use averages; predict the likely outcome of an event.
Students who wish to develop and improve their ability to understand and use mathematical information; interpret results and communicate mathematical information in a variety of contexts, including work situations. Students wishing to help their children with Maths will find this course useful.
All students will have an interview and an initial assessment before joining the class.
• Count, read, write and compare numbers • Count, read, write, order and compare fractions, decimals and percentages • Add subtract, multiply and divide numbers using efficient written methods • Add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions and decimals • Recognise equivalencies between common fractions, decimals and percentages • Recognise numerical relationships (e.g. multiples, squared numbers) • Estitmate and approximate results • Use calculators • Recognise and use Imperial & Metric systems: length, weight, capacity and temperature • Convert units of measurement within the same system and between systems • Recognize, name and recall properties of common 2-D and 3-D shapes • Extract and interpret information from tables, diagrams and graphs • Represent information to others in e.g. lists, tables, diagrams • Collect , sort and organise data • Predict the likelihood of an event using fractions, decimals, percentages • Represent information to others in e.g. lists, tables, diagrams • Use appropriate numerical & mathematical vocabulary • Solve problems in all of the above
The course is for 5 hours a week for 16 weeks. This is a small and informal groups. There will be group, pair and individual work, discussion and demonstration. ICT will be used where appropriate. All students have individual learning plans which are reviewed at regular intervals.
Homework will be set to reinforce class learning. This may involve activities that can be completed in everyday or work situations.
Students will have an Initial assessment at interview. There will be further assessments at the beginning and throughout the course with regular review of individual learning plans. Students will be expected to take Functional Skills exams (L1 & L2 according to their level).
Next level of numeracy learning. Literacy and ICT classes. Vocational courses in ALSS or FE. Access to Higher Education. Work or improved work prospects.
Mathematical equipment e.g. calculator. Some students may wish to buy textbooks - tutors will advise.
Additional support can be provided for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities.