Project ID - TIS000796
Numeracy intervention


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Project offered at

Drumahoe Primary School
LONDONDERRY
BT47 3SD

Contact

Joanne McKeegan

Student Skills

Project for specific student - Jacqueline McColgan Maths / Numeracy

Expected Pupil Outcomes

A targeted group of pupils will benefit from 1:1 intervention based on areas of numeracy pupils are underachieving in. Student will take direction from class teachers on topics and areas needing covered and resources to be used etc. Pupils will benefit from practice and consolidation in specific areas.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Student will gain first hand experience of working with pupils in small groups and will especially benefit students with an education module/ interest in education. Working alongside teachers to help develop numeracy skills will increase student confidence and ability to discuss at interview.

Extra Information

Project for specific student - Jacqueline McColgan

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