To be numerate is to confidently and effectively use mathematics to meet the everyday demands
of life. This is the aim for all pupils in our school and their families.
Please click here to see our Whole School Numeracy Policy
Numeracy enables you to develop logical thinking and reasoning strategies in your daily life. We need numeracy to solve problems and make sense of time, numbers, patterns and shapes for activities like cooking, reading a map or bill, reading instructions and even playing sport. At Archbishop Blanch that's why we strive to ensure that lessons right across the curriculum present and develop opportunities for exploring maths.
Here you will find information on all the numeracy activities past and present that have been taking place at ABS. This page also provides fun challenges for all and support material for parents and students.
Liverpool Counts Quality Mark for Numeracy
Archbishop Blanch are proud to be taking part in the Liverpool Counts Quality Mark’ numeracy programme which will be assessed in March 2018.
The aims of the Quality Mark were:
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Good numeracy skills are essential for our everyday lives. We at ABS are dedicated to celebrating maths and making sure we introduce examples where ever possible across our whole school curriculum.
We have introduced form time numeracy problems to challenge students in the mornings, fortnightly numeracy competitions, mathematician of the fortnight, maths challenges and we have recruited some fantastic Numeracy Ambassadors to lead these activities.
See the links below to see our Maths challenges and winners pages:
Click on the Calendar link to seee what exciting numeracy events are taking place in school.......NUMERACY CALENDAR
Watch this space for more information for our pupils and their families!
Don’t forget to follow @ABS_Numeracy on Twitter also!
We celebrated Number Day and raised money for the NSPCC Click here for more information
The National Numeracy Challenge is an interactive site that helps adults learn maths needed for everyday life.
For more information about how to improve numeracy and learn why it's important, click on the link below.
How confident are you with your Numeracy skills? For support and development, use the link above to take the National Numeracy Challenge. Create a login and complete the Challenge as and when suits you. There is no time limit and you can save and return as many times as you want. Tutorial Videos are available to support you too and there is even a certificate available at the end!
It is a free, confidential and simple to use website, designed to assess your everyday maths skills and give you the tools to learn in manageable steps, building confidence along the way as you work towards the Essentials of Numeracy. By this, we mean having the numerical skills and understanding that everyone needs to function at home and at work. They’re the skills that help you manage your money, work out costs, discounts and measurements and make sense of statistics and other data.
Below are some links to website that could support you further.The open university provides an online coarse that’s totally free the details are found below, just simply click on the link
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We have a tradition of high academic standards encouraging students of all abilities to achieve and be successful. Our curriculum gives students many opportunities to progress and develop into whatever field they choose offering a vast range of subjects at each stage across the school and giving an excellent choice of extra curricular enrichment.
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The faith life of our school is a strong feature of Archbishop Blanch. Our new school building compliments our Christian ethos and enables us to come together in groups small and large. We also have a dedicated prayer room for special services and spiritual moments.
Archbishop Blanch has a successful sixth form which offers an excellent choice of subjects to both boys and girls:
Our experienced sixth form team offer both academic rigour, complemented by our supportive pastoral care which together produces outstanding results.
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