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Personal Finance Education Group - My Money Mathematics Resources
Personal Finance Education Group (pfeg) is an independent charity helping schools to plan and teach personal finance relevant to learners' lives. They provide personal finance education resources, case studies and support for use in educational environments.
Online basics is a free course that will help thousands of offline adults take their first steps with computers and the internet. It includes five key modules covering the basics people need to know to get going online - from keyboard and mouse skills through to email, internet searching, and how to stay safe on the internet. Online basics also provides access to guidance for people supporting someone to use the course, from tutors in learning centres to family and friends.
Online basics website
STEM Directories (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
The STEM Directories (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) are a source of enrichment and enhancement activities for schools and colleges. Three separate directories have been produced to serve the needs of science, Mathematics and Design and Technology teachers across the UK. The Mathematics directory comprises a collection of schemes and activities provided by organisations from across the UK that aim to enhance and enrich the curriculum. These schemes are usually based around events or experiences that cannot be delivered with standard school contacts and resources. Each activity is linked to the curriculum so that the impact of the experiences and outcomes can be sustained.
STEM Directories website
Functional Skills Starter Kit
This starter kit aims to support providers in their delivery of functional skills by providing practical guidance and resources.
Excellence Gateway website
National Institute of Adult Continuing Education
NIACE (National Institute of Adult Continuing Education) exists to encourage more and different adults to engage in learning of all kinds. NIACE campaigns for – and celebrates the achievements of – adult learners, young and old, and in all their diversity. NIACE is the largest organisation working to promote the interests of learners and potential learners in England and Wales.
National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy
National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy (NRDC), is dedicated to conducting research and development projects to improve literacy, numeracy, language and related skills and knowledge. This website is designed to provide a resource for all those interested in adult literacy, language and numeracy.
The National Association of Advisers in English
The National Association of Advisers in English (NAAE) works to promote the highest standards of English teaching in school, through the involvement of its members as advisers, inspectors and consultants in the schools of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics
The National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM) aims to ensure all teachers of mathematics - from early years to the post-compulsory sector - have access to high quality continuing professional development (CPD).
National Strategies - Functional Skills resources
Support the incorporation of functional skills into GCSE requirements, diplomas, apprenticeships and foundation learning. Learn to use the concepts of applied learning, progression and mastery in functional skills. Find support for English, mathematics and ICT and use the extensive continuing professional development (CPD) resources to ensure all staff are prepared and confident with the new requirements.
National strategies website
Go on - Make online easy
The Myguide ICT skills tool for providers are ending to be replaced with Go on – make online easy. This resource is provided by UK online centres to give new internet users and tutors in computer centres a range of easy courses and useful resources.
This website provides a positive sell, offering the opportunity to improve English and maths skills. The focus is on gaining qualifications and progressing. Training and tools for referrers in the community, in education and in the workplace, who have frequent contact with potential learners.
Move on website