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Term 2

English Tales of the Unexpected


Lesson number  

Main learning ideas  



Block 4 

Place value and ordering integers and decimals 



Small steps intro  


W01 Recognise the place value of any digit in an integer up to one billion 



13 - Read and write positive integers 



W02 Understand and write integers up to one billion in words and figures 

W03 Work out intervals on a number line 

H - Write 10, 100, 1000 etc as powers of 10 

H - Write positive integers in the form A x 10^n 




W04 Position intervals on a number line 

W05 Round intervals to the nearest power of 10 


17 - Round numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000 



W06 Compare two numbers using =, ≠, <, >, ≤ and ≥ 

H - Investigate negative powers of 10 

14 - Compare positive integers 


121 - powers of 10 (includes -ve powers of 10) 



W07 Order a list of integers 

W08 Find the range of a set of numbers 





W09 Find the median of a set of numbers 


409 - Median (Caution - this does include decimals and negatives) 



W10 Understand place value for decimals 

W11 Position decimals on a number line 

 H - Write decimals in the form A x 10^n 

45 - Read and write decimal numbers 


122 - Ordinary to standard form 123 - Standard form to ordinary 



W12 Compare and order any number up to one billion 


46 - Compare decimal numbers 



W13 Round a number to 1 significant figure 


130 - Rounding to significant figures (Goes up to 2, 3 SF but would be ok for 'higher') 












Block 5 



Skills Check 

W01 Represent tenths and hundredths as diagrams 





W02 Represent tenths and hundredths on number lines 

W03 Interchange between fractional and decimal number lines 





W04 Convert between fractions and decimals - tenths and hundredths 

W05 Convert between fractions and decimals - fifths and quarters 

W06 H - Convert between fractions and decimals - eighths and thousandths 

52 - Convert simple decimals to fractions 



W07 Understand the meaning of percentage using a hundred square 


81 - percentages as pictures 



W08 Convert fluency between simple fractions, decimals and percentages 


FDP conversions on HM may go too far too quickly. WR suggests sticking with multiples of 10% and 25% in any form 



W09 Use and interpret pie charts 





W10 Represent any fraction as a diagram 

W11 Represent fractions on number lines 


58 - Fractions as pictures 



W12 Identify and use simple equivalent fractions 

W13 Understand fractions as division 

W15 H - Explore fractions above one, decimals and percentages 

59 - Generate equivalent fractions 

61 - Simplify fractions 

57 - What is a fraction? 


H - 63 and 64 deal with mixed numbers 



W14 Convert fluently between FDP 


82 - Convert percentages to fractions 







Science Year 7 Science
Art and Design Working from Home booklet
Computer Science Links to Class Notebooks: 7BA1 :: 7BA2 :: 7BE1 :: 7BE2 :: 7BE3 :: 7CO1 :: 7CO2 :: 7WI1 :: 7WI2 :: 7WO1 :: 7WO2
Design and Technology Your teacher will email work to you
Drama Year 7 Drama
Ethics and Philosophy Who are the prophets in the Abrahamic faiths?

Mon monde perso - Go to Allez 1 Module 2 Mon Monde perso - Log onto Kerboodle, open digital textbook & complete listening/reading tasks from unit 2 Mon Monde perso

Geography Ecosystems
History Why did Europeans join the crusades?
Music Last Post
Physical Education

The Physical Education National Curriculum is designed to embed student competence, confidence and expertise in practical techniques. Whilst applying them across different sports and physical activities. It is the aim that all should understand what makes a performance effective and how to apply these principles to their own and others’ work. Within units of work and lessons pupils will explore and learn skills in isolation, linking skills, decision making, knowledge of the body in action, fitness development, analysis and leadership skills. These assessment areas are delivered through an array of activity areas including invasion games, net and wall games, health and fitness, striking and fielding, athletics, aesthetics, OAA and lessons in leadership.

All students will have a minimum 2 hours of PE per week and also have the opportunity to learn and develop specific sport skills through attending a vast array of extracurricular activities before, during and after school. Our high-quality PE curriculum ensures all students follow a broad and balanced curriculum that offers a wide range of activities and challenges. Where they develop a wide range of physical, personal and social skills that enhance their whole school learning. As a result, they develop the confidence to take part in different physical activities and learn about the value of healthy, active lifestyles.

miMOVE - Learning and be active when at home; We have linked up with the fantastic providers of the app ‘miMove.’ Pupils are encouraged to use this app to log all the physical activity they complete outside of normal school hours. This will allow us to celebrate the efforts and activity levels of pupils outside of their PE lessons.

Where you are at home during your PE lessons, we would ask you complete 2 hours of physical activity a week. As per your timetabled PE lessons (you can do more if you wish). The activity can be anything you would like. Your PE teachers are able to answer any questions you might have via email and using the chat option on SMHK. We will also help suggest ideas of things you could do at home via SMHK and where requested.

The miMove app can be downloaded from app stores for smart phones and tablets. You have been sent your log in details. Your username is the same as the one you use for school. If you are struggling to log on please get in touch with your PE teacher who will be happy to help.