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Year 7Number systems and the axioms
• Place value systems including base 10 and other bases
• Commutativity, associativity and Distributivity

Factors and multiples and order of operations
• Factors, primes and multiples
• Square and cube numbers
• Representing the structure of number
• Establishing the order of operations axioms
• Place value systems including base 10 and other bases
• Commutativity, associativity and distributivity
Positive and negative numbers
• Negative numbers in context
• Using negative numbers with all four operations

Expressions, equations and inequalities
• Writing expressions
• Recognising equivalent expressions
• Forming equations
• Forming inequalities
Angles
• Measuring and drawing angles
• Angles on a straight line and around a point
• Angles in parallel lines
• Creating expressions from angle facts

Classifying 2-D shapes
• Classifying polygons according to their properties
• Rotational and line symmetry
• Internal angle sum of triangles and quadrilaterals

Constructing triangles and quadrilaterals
• Using a ruler, protractor and compasses to construct 2-D shapes
• Using properties of quadrilaterals and triangles to explore standard constructions.
Coordinates
• Plotting points in all four quadrants
• Horizontal and vertical lines
• Midpoints of line segments
• Problem solving on a coordinate grid

Area of 2-D shapes
• Area of triangles and quadrilaterals
• Formulae and solving equations

Transforming 2-D figures
• Translation, rotation and reflection of an objects on a cartesian plane
• Enlargement by a positive scale factor


Primes, factors and multiples
• Prime factor decomposition
• LCM and HCF
• Square roots and cube roots

Fractions
• Equivalent fractions
• Converting between fractions and decimals
• Recurring decimals
• Multiply and divide fractions
• Fractions of amounts
• Mixed numbers and improper fractions
• Addition and subtraction of fractions
Ratio
• Ratio notation
• Understand the relationship between ratio and fractions
• Working with ratios and quantities

Percentages
• Equivalence to fractions and decimal fractions
• Percentage of an amount
• Percentage increase and decrease
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Year 8Sequences
• Use geometric patterns to derive sequences
• Derive sequences from different contexts
• Find the nth term of a linear sequence

Forming and solving equations
• Forming algebraic equations
• Solving equations with unknowns on both sides

Forming and solving inequalities
• Language and symbols
• Using a number line
• Forming and solving algebraic inequalities
Linear graphs
• Plot coordinates to generate straight lines
• Identify key features of a linear graph
• Make links between algebraic and linear representations.
• Identify parallel lines from algebraic equation

Accuracy and estimation
• Rounding to a given number of decimal places and significant figures
• Upper and lower bounds
Ratio, real life graphs and rate
• Review Year 7 ratio
• Scales and reading maps
• Read and interpret real life graph

Direct and inverse proportion
• Similarity as an example of direct proportion
• Represent proportional relationships algebraically, in a table and on graphs
Univariate data
• Construct and interpret charts and graphs
• Mean, mode, median and range
• Examine outliers

Bivariate data
• Scatter graphs
• Correlation
• Constructing a line of best fit
• Interpolation and extrapolation
Parallel lines
• Review Year 7 Angles in polygons
• Review of Year 7 angles
• Define the sum of interior and exterior angles of polygons
• Solve problems involving angles in polygons

Bearings
• Understand the conventions of bearings
• Calculate and measure
Circles and composite shapes
• Explore relationship between radius and the circumference and area
• Use circle formulae
• Area and perimeter of composite shapes

Volume and surface area of prisms
• Use the formulae to calculate the volume of cubes, prisms and composite solids.
• Recognising and drawing nets of prisms.
• Use the formulae to calculate the surface area of cubes, prisms and composite solids
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Year 91 Number:
1a. Calculations, checking and rounding
1b. Indices, roots, reciprocals and hierarchy of operations
1c. Factors, multiples, primes
1d. Standard form and surds
2 Algebra:
2a. Algebra: the basics
2b. Setting up, rearranging and solving equation
2c. Sequences
3 Interpreting and representing data:
3a. Averages and range
3b. Representing and interpreting data
3c. Scatter graphs
4 Fractions, ratio and percentages:
4a. Fractions
4b. Percentages
4c. Ratio and proportion
5 Angles and trigonometry:
5a. Polygons, angles and parallel lines
5b. Pythagoras’ Theorem and trigonometry
6 Graphs:
6a. Graphs: the basics and real-life graphs
6b. Linear graphs and coordinate geometry
6c. Quadratic, cubic and other graphs
7 Area and volume:
7a. Perimeter, area and circles
7b. 3D forms and volume, cylinders, cones and spheres
7c. Accuracy and bounds
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Year 108 Transformations and constructions:
8a. Transformations
8b. Constructions, loci and bearings
9: Equations and inequalities:
9a. Solving quadratic and simultaneous equations
9b. Inequalities

10: Probability:
10a. Combined events
10b. Mutually exclusive events
10c. Experimental probability
10d. Independent events and tree diagrams
10e. Conditional Probability
10f. Venn diagrams and set notation

11: Multiplicative reasoning:
11a. Growth and decay
11b. Compound Measures
11c. Ratio and proportion

12 Similarity and congruence:
12a. in 2D
12b. in 3D
13 More trigonometry:
13a. Graphs of trigonometric functions
13b. Further trigonometry
14 Further Statistics:
14a. Collecting data
14b. Cumulative frequency, box plots and histograms
15 Equations and graphs:
15a. Quadratics, expanding more than two brackets, sketching graphs, graphs of circles, cubes and quadratics
16 Circle Theorems:
16a. Circle theorems
16b. Circle geometry
17 More algebra:
17a. Changing the formulae subject (more complex), solving equations, algebraic fractions, rationalising surds, proof
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Year 1118 Vectors and geometric proof
19 Proportion and graphs:
19a. Reciprocal and exponential graphs; Gradient and area under graphs
19b. Direct and inverse proportion
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Year 12Algebra and functions, Statistical sampling, data and interpretation, Quantities and Units, KinematicsCoordinate geometry in the (x, y) plane, Further algebra, Data presentation and interpretation, Kinematics 1 (constant acceleration)Trigonometry Prereq: Pure (AS) Unit 1: Algebra and functions, VectorsProbability, Statistical distributions, Integration Statistical hypothesis testing, Forces & Newton’s laws, Kinematics 2 (variable acceleration)Proof, Algebraic and partial fractions, Regression and correlation
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Year 13Functions and modelling, Series and sequences, Moments/ Statistical hypothesis testing, Forces & Newton’s laws, Kinematics 2 (variable acceleration)The binomial theorem, Trigonometry, Parametric equations, The Normal distribution, Forces at any angle, Applications of kinematics/Proof, Algebraic and partial fractions, Regression and correlationDifferentiation, numerical methods - see Integration (part 2) for the trapezium rule, Vectors (3D), Integration (part 1)Integration (part 2), The Normal distribution, Applications of forces, The Normal distribution, Further kinematicsRevisionRevision
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