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Maths

The Mathematics Department prides itself in being at the forefront of developing new ways of teaching, in particular using ICT in lessons.  Students are introduced to wide range of activities to enable them to develop a good understanding of the subject.

Year 7 Year 8 Year 9
The four rules.
What comes next?
Angle rules.
Factors, multiples and squares
Finding  area using formulae
Bargraphs and pie charts
Substitution and simplifying
Manipulating fractions and percentages
Name quadrilaterals
Solve simple equations
Split in a given ratio /scale
Using FDP
Metric units
Using all 3 averages
Probability of single events
Draw and name angles
Rounding
The four rules and bidmas
What comes next? Nth term
Angle rules and polygons
Factors,squares standard form
Finding  area and volume
Scattergraphs
Subtitution and simplfying
Manipulating fractions and percentages
Name polygons
Solving  simple equations and graphs
Split in a given ratio /scale Compound units
Using FDP
Imperial and metric units
Using all 3 averages
Probability of single events
Scale drawing and constuctions
Rounding and approximation
Coordinates and graphs
The four rules and Bidmas
What comes next? Nth term
Similar triangles congruence
Square numbers and standard form
Finding area and volume using formulae.
Pythagoras
Representing data
Subtitution,Simplfying and rearranging.
Manipulating fractions and percentages
Name and use polygons.
Solve equations
Direct and inverse proportion
Using FDP
Compound units
Use all 3 averages
Tree diagrams and sample spaces
Constructions and loci
rounding
y=mx+c  graphs

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