Maths
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Programme of study
The department follows the Active Teach scheme of learning together with Edexcel exam board. The programme of study mainly comprises: Number, Algebra, Ratio and Proportion, Rates of change, Geometry and Measures, Probability and Statistics. The key skills we target include: Interpreting, Representing, Applying, Evaluating, Calculating, Analysing, Collaborating, Communicating, Reflecting and Problem solving.
UKMT Maths Challenge
Our students actively take part in the UKMT Maths Challenge competitions. They continuously produce commendable results which seamlessly compare with top performing pupils within the same age group, nationally. Thanks to the tremendous efforts that the students and their Math teachers: Mrs D Patel, Mr F. Chaudhry Mrs A. Rasheed and Mr O. AlamiChaoouni, keep demonstrating.
STEM for Maths
Our students are always exposed to the several STEM curricular opportunities that the academy provides. Students are always encouraged to conduct projects that help enhance their application of Mathematics. Students also actively take part in the several of the STEM related educational visits.
Our Aims
Our aims of teaching and learning Mathematics are to encourage and enable students to:
 appreciate the usefulness, effectiveness, influence and beauty of Mathematics
 recognize that mathematics permeates all aspects of our lives and the world around us
 become more confident in using Mathematics to analyse and solve problems
 develop patience, persistence and resilience when solving problems
 develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to pursue further studies in Mathematics
 develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes that would enhance their employability chances.
 develop critical thinking and the ability to reflect critically upon their work and the work of others
KS3 Core Objectives 

Year 7 

Year 8 
Number  Add/Subtract, Place Value, Multiply & 

Number  BIDMAS, Conversion Graphs & Travel 
Divide, Rounding & Estimate, Prime, Square & 

Graphs, Coordinates and Straight Line Graphs, 
Triangular Numbers, Negative Number Operations 

Sequences, Inequalities 
Shape  Names & Properties of 2D shapes, Nets of 

Shape  Names and Properties of 2D and 3D Shapes, 
3D Shapes, Perimeter & Area, Volume 

Perimeter and Area of shapes including circles, 
Number  Converting between FDP, Fractions, 

Surface area and volume 
Decimals, Percentages, Ratio 

Number  Converting between FDP, Fractions, 
Data  Bar Charts & Pctograms, Questionnaires 

Decimals, Percentages, Ratio 
Mean, Median. Mode and Range, Scatter Graphs, 

Data  Bar Charts/ Pictograms and Stem and Leaf 
Pie Charts 

Mean Median, Mode and Range, Scatter Graphs, 
Algebra  Sequences, Simplifying, Substitution, 

Pie Charts, robability 
Solving Equations 

Algebra  Sequences, Simplifying, Substitution, 
Shape  Angles, Transformations 

Solving Equations 

Shape  Angles in Parallel Lines, Transformations 
GCSE Mathematics (Edexcel)
GRADES 
Grades 9 — 1 (Foundation tier: 5 — 1, Higher tier: 9 — 4) 
ASSESSMENT 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 
Compulsory Core Curriculum Subject. 
RECOMMENDED PRACTICE 
MyMaths, Kerboodle, MathsWatch and CGP Edexcel Mathematics. 
PROGRESSION PATHWAYS 
Employment, A Level, Degree and Research. 
CAREERS 
Medicine, Engineering, Architecture, Business, Accountancy, Science, Banking, Computing, Marketing, Teaching, Pharmacy, Psychology ... 
Course Information
Mathematics is a universal language. It is a way of communicating, being able to describe, to illustrate, to interpret, to predict and to explain. It is a creative subject in which pupils have the chance to explore for themselves, and create beautiful and elegant objects, patterns and arguments. It develops the essential numerical skills that enable students to understand and interact with the modern world, the ability to think in abstract ways and solve problems.
Almost all jobs and careers require a Mathematics GCSE. The key to success in the subject is small amounts of regular practice of Mathematics. Students who make good progress are those who invest very good effort in completing both their classwork and homework promptly and sufficiently. Students who make excellent progress are those who invest extra time and effort in their independent study outside school (for example MyMaths), and also seek extra support with any topics they might find challenging.
YEAR 9 Foundation Unit 1 Number (24) Unit 2 Algebra (21) Unit 3 Graphs, tables and charts (24) Unit 4 Fractions and Percentages (18) Unit 5 Equations, inequalities and sequences (19) Unit 6 Angles (16) Unit 7 Averages and range (10 ) Unit 8 Perimeter, area and volume 1 (16) 

YEAR 10 Foundation Unit 1 Number (16) Unit 2 Algebra (11) Unit 3 Graphs, tables and charts (24) Unit 4 Fractions and Percentages (18) Unit 5 Equations, inequalities and sequences (19) Unit 6 Angles (16) Unit 7 Averages and range (10 ) Unit 8 Perimter, area and volume 1 (16) Unit 9 Graphs (14) Unit 10 Transformations (11) Unit 11 Ratio and proportion (9) Unit 12 Right angled triangles (5) Unit 13 Probability (12) Unit 14 Multiplicative reasoning (7) Unit 15 Constructions, loci and bearings (12) 

YEAR 11 Foundation Unit 1 Number Unit 4 Fractions, ratio and percentages Unit 2 Algebra Unit 5 Angles and Trigonometry Unit 6 Graphs 





Year 9 Higher Unit 1 Number (27) Unit 2 Algebra (22) Unit 3 Interpreting and representing data (20) Unit 4 Fractions, ratios and percentages (24) Unit 5 Angles and trigonometry (16) Unit 6 Graphs (25) Unit 7 Area and volume (22) Unit 8 Transformations and constructions


Year 10 Higher Unit 1 Number (15) Unit 2 Algebra (14) Unit 3 Interpreting and representing data (9) Unit 4 Fractions, ratios and percentages (18 Unit 5 Angles and triognometry (12) Unit 6 Graphs (2) Unit 7 Area and volume (7) Unit 8 Transformations and constructions (13) Unit 9 Equations and inequalities (13) Unit 10 Probability (8) Unit 11 Multiplicative Reasoning (8) Unit 12 Similarity and congruence (6) Unit 13 More trigonometry (15) Unit 14 Further statistics (10) Unit 15 Equations and graphs 

Year 11 Higher Unit 1 Number Unit 4 Fractions, ratio and percentages Unit 2 Algebra Unit 5 Angles and Trigonometry Unit 6 Graphs 
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