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Overview

Launch your learners into real-world-themed mathematical learning with data and case studies gathered by Young Lives, an international research project.

Everyone Counts SEN has been specially developed for learners with special educational needs (SEN) in England, Wales and for learners with additional support needs (ASN) in Scotland. The resource caters for a wide range of abilities and is suitable for use in either special or mainstream schools.

  • Sort and match images
  • Consider how resources can be shared both equally and unequally
  • Compare daily time use
  • Explore visual representations of data and time use
  • Use different sensory objects to learn about more or less
  • Collect data on travel to and from school

This resource is based on Everyone Counts, a mainstream maths resource for 8-12 year olds.

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