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NoWittyName Sun 07-Aug-11 21:06:11

Hi. I am in desperate need of help.

I need details of the 'new' numeracy strategy but it has been archived and only certain elements can be accessed. Did anyone out there download it all when it was around or do you have it on a CD-ROM? Could you send it to me? (I realise this would have to be on proper e-mail, not mumsnet).

PLEASE PLEASE?!?!?

mrz Sun 07-Aug-11 21:17:15

webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20110202093118/http://nationalstrategies.standards.dcsf.gov.uk/primary/primaryframework

NoWittyName Sun 07-Aug-11 21:22:59

Thanks for posting the link. My problem is that only certain parts have been archived and I can't access the majority of the units. sad

mrz Sun 07-Aug-11 21:28:04

Odd the whole framework seems to be there
Have you tried www.lancsngfl.ac.uk/curriculum/math/index.php?category_id=962 ?

teacherwith2kids Sun 07-Aug-11 21:44:55

The whole framework is on the link mrz posted.

HOWEVER the search function does not work AND you can only navigate via certain routes to particular pages - if you navigate through an alternative route then the page you need may well not be found.

Going step by step down the menu structure mrz posted to will usually work to find all the units - it can be trickier finding some things like the wave 3 materials or the problemn solving booklets.

What exactly is it you need to find?

NoWittyName Sun 07-Aug-11 21:54:27

THANK YOU!!! The lancsngfl website seems fantastic. I am now off to go through it all.

Ilikepinkwine Sun 07-Aug-11 21:55:40

Have a look at The Hamilton Trust website, they have planning to fit the old Frameworks.

montymum Sun 07-Aug-11 22:24:11

Both the lancaster and norfolk grids are fantastic for maths.

mrz Mon 08-Aug-11 07:16:27

www.wiganschoolsonline.net/curriculum/maths/planning.shtm

spanieleyes Mon 08-Aug-11 08:31:20

www.teachfind.com/national-strategies/tutorial-using-primary-framework-website

seems to have the whole framework with working links!

NoWittyName Mon 08-Aug-11 16:36:46

Thank you all of you. I'm now off to send myself cross-eyed looking through it all. ;p

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