   Maths YEAR 7

 7 (1) Book 7 (2) Book Unit 1 N/A Ch. 3 Number Patterns Ch. 9 Algebra (Introduction) Ch. 3 Number Patterns Ch. 9 Algebra (Introduction) Unit 2 N/SS Ch. 15 Fractions (small parts) Ch. 10 Angles Ch. 15 Fractions (small parts) Ch. 10 Angles Unit 3 N/A Ch. 4 Arithmetic Ch.13 Algebra (equations) Ch. 4 Arithmetic Ch.13 Algebra (equations) Unit 4 N/SS Ch. 6 Decimals Ch. 14 Area (rectangles, triangles and compound shapes) Ch. 6 Decimals Ch. 14 Area (rectangles, triangles and compound shapes) Unit 5 N/DH Ch. 11 Negative numbers Ch. 8 Probability Ch. 11 Negative numbers Ch. 8 Probability Unit 6 SS/DH Ch. 5 Shapes Ch. 16 Statistics Ch. 5 Shapes Ch. 16 Statistics Unit 7 SS/SS Ch. 12 Units of length Ch. 7 3D work Ch. 12 Units of length Ch. 7 3D work Unit 8 SS/DH Ch. 2 Symmetry Ch. 1 Statistics Ch. 2 Symmetry Ch. 1 Statistics

YEAR 8

 8 (1) Book 8 (2) Book 8 (3) Book Unit 1 N/A Ch. 9 Percentages and Fractions Ch. 4 Algebra Ch. 9 Percentages and Fractions Ch. 4 Algebra Ch. 9 Percentages and Fractions Ch. 4 Algebra Unit 2 N/SS Ch. 6 Negative numbers Ch. 7 Angles Ch. 6 Negative numbers Ch. 7 Angles Ch. 6 Negative numbers Ch. 7 Angles Unit 3 N/A Ch. 11 Ratio Ch. 15 Algebra Ch. 11 Ratio Ch. 15 Algebra Ch. 11 Ratio Ch. 15 Algebra Unit 4 N/SS Ch. 2 Powers and roots Ch. 12 Area Ch. 2 Powers and roots Ch. 12 Area Ch. 2 Powers and roots Ch. 12 Area Unit 5 DH/A Ch. 3 Statistics Ch. 10 Straight lines Ch. 3 Statistics Ch. 10 Straight lines Ch. 3 Statistics Ch. 10 Straight lines Unit 6 DH/A Ch. 13 Statistics Ch. 16 Linear graphs Ch. 13 Statistics Ch. 16 Linear graphs Ch. 13 Statistics Ch. 16 Linear graphs Unit 7 SS/A Ch. 5 Transformations Ch. 1 Graphs Ch. 5 Transformations Ch. 1 Graphs Ch. 5 Transformations Ch. 1 Graphs Unit 8SS/HD Ch. 14 Volume Ch. 8 Probability Ch. 14 Volume Ch. 8 Probability Ch. 14 Volume Ch. 8 Probability

YEAR 9

 9 (1) Book 9 (2) Book 9 (3) Book Unit 1 Ch. 1 Area Ch. 2 Number Ch. 3 Circles Ch. 4 Statistics Ch. 1 Pythagoras Ch. 10 Trigonometry Unit 2 Ch. 3 Symmetry Ch. 4 Statistics Ch. 6 Volume Ch. 7 Number revision Ch. 3 Circles Ch. 4 Statistics Unit 3 Ch. 5 Estimation Ch. 6 Volume Ch. 12 Decimals Ch. 9 Statistics Ch. 5 Accuracy Ch. 2 Formulas Unit 4 Ch. 7 Decimals Ch. 8 Algebra Ch. 2 Formulas Ch. 10 Probability Ch. 8 Brackets and rearranging formulas Ch. 6 Volume Unit 5 Ch. 9 Time Ch. 10 Negative numbers Ch. 13 Angles Ch. 1 Pythagoras Ch. 7 Number Ch. 9 Statistics Unit 6 Ch. 11 Statistics Ch. 12 Angles Ch. 16 Shapes Ch. 8 Algebra Ch. 11 Probability Ch. 12 Loci Unit 7 Ch. 13 Formulas Ch. 14 Fractions Ch. 11 Algebra Ch. 14 Algebra Ch. 13 Algebra Ch. 15 Transformations Unit 8 Ch. 15 Probability Ch. 16 Percentages Ch. 5 Accuracy Ch. 15 Loci Ch. 14 Graphs Ch. 15 Shapes

YEAR 10 Higher Tier GCSE

Unit 2 – Non-calculator (30%)

Number

• Rounding (decimal places/significant figures)
• Equivalences (decimals/fractions/ratios/percentages)
• Directed Number
• Indices and standard form
• Four operations (decimals/fractions/negatives)
• Fraction/percentage of a quantity
• Percentage/fractional change
• Products of prime factors, LCM, HCF
• Real life money problems (bills, VAT, discounts)
• Reciprocals
• Rational and irrational numbers
• Recurring decimals
• Estimation
• Surds

Algebra

• Number patterns and nth term
• Constructing and interpreting straight line graphs of the form y = ax + b
• Transformation of functions
• Forming and simplifying expressions
• Expanding brackets and factorising expressions
• Changing the subject of a formula
• Forming and solving linear equations
• Forming and solving linear inequalities
• Forming and solving simultaneous equations
• Inequalities and regions

Geometry and measure

• Nets of solid shapes
• Drawing 3D shapes in 2D
• Symmetry
• Angles
• Circle theorems
• Transformations
• Converting between metric units of length, mass and capacity
• Tessellations

Statistics

• Probability

Year 10 Foundation Tier GCSE

Unit 2 Non-calculator (30%)

Number

• Reading and writing whole numbers in figures and words
• Rounding to the nearest 10, 100, 1000 etc
• Rounding to a given number of decimal places /significant figures
• Equivalent decimals, fractions, percentages and ratios
• Directed number
• Number properties (odd, even, factors, multiples, primes)
• Products of prime factors (including HCF and LCM)
• Reciprocals
• Powers and roots
• Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, decimals, fractions and negative numbers
• Finding a fraction / percentage of a quantity
• Writing one quantity as a fraction / percentage of another
• Fractional / percentage change
• Recurring decimals
• Real life problems (money, timetables, bills)
• Estimation

Algebra

• Number patterns and nth term
• Coordinates and straight line graphs
• Simplifying expressions
• Expanding brackets and factorising expressions
• Solving simple linear equations and inequalities

Geometry and measure

• Nets of solid shapes
• Symmetry
• Angles
• Transformations
• Metric conversions

Statistics

• Probability

Year 11 Higher Tier GCSE

Unit 1 – Mathematics in every day life (30%)

Number

• Rounding (decimal places/significant figures)
• Equivalences (decimals/fractions/ratios/percentages)
• Directed Number
• Direct and inverse proportion
• Four operations (decimals/fractions/negatives)
• Fraction/percentage of a quantity
• Percentage/fractional change
• Repeated percentage/fractional change (inc. Compound interest)
• Real life money problems (bills, foreign exchange, VAT, tax)
• Finding the original amount
• Using a calculator
• Upper and lower bounds

Algebra

• Real life graphs
• Formulae

Geometry and measure

• Use of protractor and compass
• Scale drawings and bearings
• Converting units
• Compound measure
• Perimeter and area (inc. Circles)
• Volumes of prisms
• Volumes of spheres, cones and pyramids
• Arcs, sectors and segments

Statistics

• Grouping data
• Collecting data (inc. Questionnaires)
• Averages (discrete distributions only)

Unit 3 – Calculator (40%)

• Number
• Ratio
• Interpreting calculator display

Algebra

• Travel graphs
• Velocity-time graphs
• Substitution
• Direct and inverse proportion
• Forming and solving quadratic equations
• Trial and improvement

Geometry and measure

• Construction of triangles, quadrilaterals and circles
• Congruent shapes
• Similar shapes
• Angles in regular and irregular polyons
• Pythagoras' Theorem
• Basic trigonometry
• Loci
• Compound measures (speed, density)
• Perimeter, area and volume (from Unit 1)

Statistics

• Cumulative frequency diagrams
• Scatter graphs
• Histograms

The WJEC Level 2 Certificate in Additional Mathematics is also offered to the more able and talented pupils in the year group as an additional qualification to the GCSE. This is taught through a course of extra-curricular classes.

YEAR 11 Foundation Tier GCSE

Unit 1 – Mathematics in every day life (30%)

Number

• Reading and writing whole numbers in figures and words
• Rounding to the nearest 10, 100, 1000 etc
• Rounding to a given number of decimal places /significant figures
• Equivalent decimals, fractions, percentages and ratios
• Directed number (practical context)
• Ordering numbers
• Efficient use of a calculator
• Order of operations with a calculator
• Rounding calculator answers to a given number of significant figures
• Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, decimals, fractions and negative numbers
• Finding a fraction / percentage of a quantity
• Writing one quantity as a fraction / percentage of another
• Fractional / percentage change
• Repeated percentage change
• Real life problems (money, timetables, fuel bills)
• Simple and compound interest
• Foreign exchange
• Degree of accuracy in light of context (e.g. calculator displays for money problems)
• Rounding answers up / down
• Error of measurement (including minimum and maximum bounds)

Algebra

• Real life graphs (including conversion graphs)
• Substitution into word formulae

Geometry and measure

• Use of protractor and compass
• Scale drawings and bearings
• Metric conversions
• Metric / imperial conversions
• Compound measures
• Perimeters and areas of shapes (including circles and composite shapes)
• Volumes of prisms (including composite solids)

Statistics

• Sorting and tabulating data
• Collecting data (inc. Questionnaires)
• Constructing and interpreting pictograms, bar charts and pie charts for qualitative data
• Constructing and interpreting vertical line graphs for discrete data
• Temperature graphs
• Averages and grouped discrete data including comparing data

Unit 3 – Calculator (40%)

Number

• Ratio
• Money problems
• Rounding

Algebra

• Travel graphs
• Substitution
• Trial and improvement

Geometry and measure

• Constructions with protractor and compasses
• Similar figures
• Angles in regular and irregular polygons
• Pythagoras' Theorem
• Loci
• Compound measures (speed, density)
• Perimeter, area and volume

Statistics

• Sorting data
• Pictograms, bar chats and pie charts
• Averages and spread (discrete and continuous data)
• Scatter graphs