Welcome to our page dedicated to the Daily Rigour, your FREE numeracy newspaper. We provide a new edition every week where we focus on stories in the news from the past week and the numbers behind them!
The aims of our newspaper are;
1. To enable young people to develop their numeracy skills and to apply them in new and unfamiliar contexts
2. To aid the development of literacy skills
3. To encourage young people to take an interest in the news
4. To provide a starting point for all teachers to promote the importance of numeracy within the context of their own subject.
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Issue 93 - Sunday the 18th March 2018...
Click here for this week's video solutions to check your answers.
Feel free to download this edition for your pupils with a blank worksheet to record solutions...
To view the FULL VIDEO SOLUTIONS click on the desired issue below. In the picture description at the bottom, copy the youtube link and paste it into an internet explorer address bar. This will take you directly to the solutions.
Looking for a numeracy activity for your class? Download our FREE interactive Daily Rigour templates. Pupils can research their numeracy news stories and type them on the templates provided. Any suggestions for additional templates are welcome. Please tweet us examples of excellent practice on Twitter @cdmasterworks - we would love to hear from you!
Due to requests, the templates for the Daily Rigour (or should we say An Leasachadh Làitheil!) are now available to download in Gaelic...
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