National 4

The National 4 Lifeskills Mathematics Course builds on the principles and practice and experiences and outcomes of mathematics and numeracy.
Mathematics is important in everyday life, allowing us to make sense of the world around us and to manage our lives. Using mathematics enables us to model real-life situations and make connections and informed predictions. It equips us with the skills we need to interpret and analyse information, simplify and solve problems, assess risk, and make informed decisions.

This Course allows learners to acquire and develop skills for learning, skills for life and skills for work, as well as the attributes and capabilities of the four capacities. For example: success in mathematical learning leads to increased confidence as an individual in everyday situations; being numerically capable, especially in financial matters, helps towards becoming a responsible citizen; and being able to plan and organise will help in becoming an effective contributor.
The skills, knowledge and understanding developed in this Course support learning in other curriculum areas such as technology, health and wellbeing, science, and social studies.


EA National 4 homework pack

Weekly HW5
Weekly HW4
Weekly HW3
Weekly HW2

Nat 4 Straight Line HW

National 4 HW Pack

National 4 Mixed Homeworks

Revision Resources

Numeracy practice booklet – Gryff Academy

Revision booklet from Dunoon Grammar School;
Numeracy Worksheets 1      Numeracy Worksheets 2     (Answers)

Answers to Pegasys Pack: National 4 Numeracy Worksheets – answers

Answers to Leckie & Leckie practice book: Expressions & Formulae      Relationships      Numeracy

National 4 Relationships Revision  (produced by S Stoppard -D & G Council)

Relationships unit test practice  – Gryff Academy

Expressions and Formulae
National 4 Expressions and Formulae Revision       (produced by S Stoppard -D & G Council)

Past Paper Questions Expressions and Formulae                            (Solutions)

Added Value
National 4 Added value Revision (produced by S Stoppard -D & G Council)


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