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I am considering using the cumbria numeracy plans this year and just wondered if anyone else uses them and how to implement them i.e. do you teach all Block A in first half of Autumn term, then block B next, etc or are you supposed to have a mixture each half term............As you can see I'm a bit confused!! There are 36 weeks altogether which are accounted for in the planning sheets so just want to know what to do and when. Thanks in anticipation, Kermit xx

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I am using the cumbria plans and have put down to use the blocks in order.

However on the Numeracy strategy I believe the only requirement is that block E is the last one the others can be tuaght in any order... correct me someone if I am wrong :)

The plans I downloaded say how many weeks they are ment to cover, I used the mixed year R/1 plans last year as I had a mixed class.

 

So for this half term I am doing block A for 2 weeks, Block B for 3 weeks and Block c for 2 weeks.

 

Hope that helps

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I agree with Lorna

I teach R/yr1 and am using the mixed r/yr1 plan, it tells you which blocks and how many weeks etc

 

Tinkerbellx

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i found when using these last year that i had to add some weeks to get through work and some took less weeks

guss depennds on cohort but whats taught in block a is revsited in other blocks

 

i also found it best to stick to order in block a u have two units s i followed block a unit 1 then block a unit 2 thrn moved onto block b

i found if i skipped a block some skills had already been introduced in earlier blocks

 

I really do find these plans clear and easy to use ty cumbria

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Are people using the plans in order:

 

Block A unit 1, then Block A unit 2, Block A unit 3

 

OR

 

Block A unit 1, then Block B unit 1, Block C unit 1 etc

 

Thanks

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We've taught A1 followed by B1.

I'd agree with that, it's a long enough break before revisiting at a higher level to make sure they have a better chance of retaining the skills and knowledge taught. In theory!

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