Maths Entry Level 1

Introduction

Learners at Entry Level 1 are expected to become confident in their use of fundamental mathematical knowledge and skills, as described through the following content areas, and demonstrate their understanding by applying their knowledge and skills to solve simple mathematical problems or carry out simple tasks.

Our Aim

Section 1: Using number and the number system – whole number

  • Read, write, order and compare numbers up to 20
  • Use whole numbers to count up to 20 items, including zero
  • Add numbers which total up to 20, and subtract numbers from numbers up to 20
  • Recognise and interpret the symbols+, – and = appropriately
  • Read Simple Sentences containing once clause
  • Understand a short piece of text on a simple subject

Section 2: Using common measures, shape and space

  • Read, write, order and compare numbers up to 20
  • Use whole numbers to count up to 20 items, including zero
  • Add numbers which total up to 20, and subtract numbers from numbers up to 20
  • Recognise and interpret the symbols+, – and = appropriately
  • Read Simple Sentences containing once clause
  • Understand a short piece of text on a simple subject

Section 3: Handing information and data

  • Read numerical information from lists
  • Sort and classify objects using a single criterion
  • Read and draw simple charts and diagrams, including a tally chart, block diagram/graph
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Solving mathematical problems and decision making

Entry Level 1 learners are expected to be able to use the knowledge and skills listed above to recognise a simple mathematical problem and obtain a solution. A simple mathematical problem is one which requires working through one step or process. At Entry Level 1, it is expected that learners will be able to address individual problems, each of which draws on knowledge and/or skills from one mathematical content area (i.e. number and the number system; common measures, shape and space; information and data).

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