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Split into three levels, these qualifications recognise achievement at entry level. Learners at level 1 will have abilities that range from the most elementary to using their understanding to relate to the immediate environment. Level 2 learners will have skills, knowledge and understanding to carry out simple, familiar tasks with guidance. Learners at level 3 will have mathematical skills, knowledge and understanding to carry out structured tasks in familiar contexts.
We’ve put together this guide to give additional guidance on how internal standardisation may be approached. These guidelines must be used in conjunction with the Centre Handbook and Admin Guide relevant to the qualification you are delivering.
A brief guide covering English and maths, from Entry Level to GCSE and beyond.
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See how Cambridge Progression units map to Functional Skills and topics within the 2015 English and maths GCSE specifications.
This guide shows the free resources available from NRICH mapped to Functional Skills mathematics.