Our school is part of the first cohort of Liverpool schools working towards the Liverpool Counts Quality Mark. Each school has a Numeracy Champion who will support, coordinate and report on the progress of the challenge and celebrate successes. Mrs Walsh is our Numeracy Champion.

‘The aim of the Quality Mark is to tackle the negative attitudes in society towards numeracy and mathematics. We want to promote a culture where people understand the impact good numeracy skills and mathematics qualifications can have on the social, financial, health and employment aspects of their lives. We also aim to support adults in schools to encourage pupils to make connections in their lessons to real life contexts and with other areas of their school experiences.’

Liverpool Learning Partnership & School Improvement Liverpool 2016

The National Numeracy Challenge in Liverpool

Mike Ellicock, Chief Executive of the National Numeracy Challenge has stressed the importance of challenging anyone who says, ‘I can’t do maths’ with ‘Yes, you can’. Liverpool is launching the Challenge city wide and everyone can get involved – follow this link to learn more. http://www.nationalnumeracy.org.uk/challenge-online

How to get involved

Try the above challenge!
Never say, ‘I can’t do maths’.
Look for what maths you have used each day eg time, recipes, football data!
Tweet us @BishopEton with what maths you have used #HowIUsedMathsToday.
See the attached document for websites and other ideas.

HOW I CAN SUPPORT

Progress!!!

On the stairs…

times

In our Play area…

Maths Area inside

During our STEM Week…

STEM-MATHS

Around the school…

 

sums

 

And more…

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Maths certifIf you want to support this in any other way please come and speak to Mrs Walsh.

Thank you.