Maths ID and the curriculum

## The Adult Numeracy Core Curriculum states that it "...sets out the entitlement to learning for all adults who have difficulties with numeracy. It describes the content of what should be taught in numeracy programmes in: further and adult education; the workplace and programmes for the unemployed; prisons; community-based and family numeracy programmes."

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## The curriculum is set across Entry Levels 1, 2 and 3, and Levels 1 and 2 of the qualifications framework for England, Wales and Northern Ireland. For an explanation of these levels visit www.gov.uk.

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## The following curriculum criteria are addressed by the Maths ID Essential numeracy programme. Please refer to practice work pages for specific references.

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## N1/E1.1 Count reliably up to 10 items

## N1/E1.2 Read and write numbers up to 10, including zero

## N1/E1.3 Order and compare numbers up to 10, including zero

## N1/E1.4 Add single-digit numbers with totals to 10

## N1/E1.5 Subtract single-digit numbers from numbers up to 10

## N1/E1.6 Interpret +, -, and = in practical situations for solving problems

## N1/E1.7 Use a calculator to check calculations using whole numbers

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## N1/E2.1 Count reliably up to 20 items

## N1/E2.2 Read, write, order and compare numbers up to 100

## N1/E2.3 Add and subtract two-digit whole numbers

## N1/E2.4 Recall addition and subtraction facts to 10

## N1/E2.5 Multiply using single-digit whole numbers

## N1/E2.6 Approximate by rounding to the nearest 10

## N1/E2.7 Use and interpret +, -, × and ÷ in practical situations for solving problems

## N1/E2.8 Use a calculator to check calculations using whole numbers

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## N1/E3.1 Count, read, write, order and compare numbers up to 1000

## N1/E3.2 Add and subtract using three digit whole numbers

## N1/E3.3 Recall addition and subtraction facts to 20

## N1/E3.4 Multiply two-digit whole numbers by single-digit whole numbers

## N1/E3.5 Recall multiplication facts (e.g. multiples of 2, 3, 4, 5, 10)

## N1/E3.6 Divide two-digit whole numbers by single-digit whole numbers and interpret remainders

## N1/E3.7 Approximate by rounding numbers less than 1000 to the nearest 10 or 100

## N1/E3.8 Estimate answers to calculations

## N1/E3.9 Use and interpret +, -, ×, ÷ and = in practical situations for solving problems

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## N2/E2.1 Read, write and compare halves and quarters of quantities

## N2/E2.2 Find halves and quarters of small numbers of items or shapes

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## N2/E3.1 Read, write and understand common fractions (e.g. 3/4, 2/3, 1/10)

## N2/E3.2 Recognise and use equivalent forms (e.g. 5/10 = 1/2)

## N2/E3.3 Read, write and understand decimals up to two decimal places in practical contexts (such as: common measures to one decimal place, e.g. 1.5 m; money in decimal notation, e.g. £2.37)

## N2/E3.4 Use a calculator to calculate using whole numbers and decimals to solve problems in context, and to check calculations

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## MSS1/E1.1 Recognise and select coins and notes

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## MSS1/E2.1 Make amounts of money up to £1 in different ways using 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p and 50p coins

## MSS1/E2.2 Calculate the cost of more than one item and the change from a transaction, in pence or in whole pounds

## MSS1/E2.3 Read and record time in common date formats

## MSS1/E2.4 Read and understand time displayed on analogue and 12-hour digital clocks in hours, half hours and quarter hours

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## MSS1/E3.1 Add and subtract sums of money using decimal notation

## MSS1/E3.2 Round sums of money to the nearest £ and 10p and make approximate calculations

## MSS1/E3.3 Read, measure and record time