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Mathematics

Key Stage 3

Mathematics in Key Stage 3 is a continuation of the mathematics studied in Key Stage 2. The subject is broken down in to 4 main areas
which are met throughout each year in KS3. They are; Number, Algebra, Geometry and Measure, and Statistics.

Key Stage 4

We currently offer the GCSE, Numbers and measure level 1 or 2 qualification for the two lowest sets in year 10 to consolidate the basics
and Level 2 Further maths for the top set to help bridge the gap to A-level.
Intervention has been done through the iLearn sessions this year. There are also various other sessions in offer after school.

  Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Term 5 Term 6
Year 7 Whole numbers and decimals
Measure, perimeters and area
Expressions and formulae
Fractions, Decimals and Percentage
Angles and 2D shapes
Graphs
Mental Calculations
Statistics
Transformations and symmetry
Equations
Written and calculator methods
Constructions
Sequences
3D shapes
Ratio and proportion
Probability
Everyday maths
Year 8 Whole numbers and decimals
Measure, perimeters and area
Expressions and formulae
Fractions, Decimals and Percentage
Angles and 2D shapes
Graphs
Mental Calculations
Statistics
Transformations and symmetry
Equations
Written and calculator methods
Constructions
Sequences
3D shapes
Ratio and proportion

Probability
Everyday maths

Year 9 All number skills for appropriate level All algebra skills for appropriate level All shape, space and measure skills to the appropriate level   Calculations 1 and expressions Angles and polygons and handling data 1 Fractions, decimals and Percentages and Formulae and functions  
Year 10 Formulae and functions, Working in 2D, Probability and measures and accuracy Equations and inequalities and
Circles and constructions
Equations and inequalities, Circles and constructions, Ratio and proportion, factors, powers and roots Factors powers and Roots and handling data 2 Working in 3D and Calculations Graphs 1 and Pythagoras, Trig and vectors
Year 11 Graphs 2, Pythagoras and Trigonometry and The probability of combined events Sequences, Units and Proportions Revision Revision Revision