Numeracy at BODA
All staff in all schools are responsible for numeracy skills.
This booklet concerns itself with the mechanisms, processes, methods and working associated with each Numeracy Outcome at levels 2, 3 and 4.
The entries in this booklet identify most the experiences and outcomes that the majority of pupils should have achieved by the end of the stated level.
The strategies used in this booklet are not the only ones that can be used. They are just a suggestion and illustrate a method that every pupil will have been shown in their maths class. Use of other, valid methods is perfectly acceptable.
Please click on the following link to take you straight to the Numeracy Booklet. Numeracy Booklet
Or alternatively download a PDF copy here. CfE BoDA NUMERACY booklet v4.1
The LRC provides a safe and welcoming environment and aims to provide the school community with a resources and information service that supports learning and teaching.
The LRC Co-ordinators are Mrs Garden and Mrs Marshall
Monday – Tuesday 8.20am – 4.15pm
Wednesday – Friday 8.20am – 3.15pm
(closed at break time and the first half of lunchtime)
Over 5,000 resources including, fiction, non-fiction, reference and careers material.
Our ICT area has 9 networked computers.
Use the LRC for:
- researching a project
- personal reading
- borrowing books
- revision and study
- discursive essays
- class visits
- careers information
- leisure interests and hobbies
- exploring GAP year options
Meets Monday to Friday 1.30 – 1.55pm and gives pupils the opportunity to read and exchange books, do homework, access the computers and play board games. The Club gets very busy so the following system is in place:
Monday – S1 only. Tuesday and Wednesday – S2 and S4 pupils. Thursday and Friday – S1 and S3 pupils. S5 and S6 are welcome any day.
- author visits
- book fairs
- World Book Day activities
- Grampian Children’s Book Award involvement
- Edinburgh Book Festival visit