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Mrs Egan  Curriculum Leader
Mrs Lloyd  Assistant Headteacher: Standards of Mathematics and Numeracy
Mr Tiley  Assistant Curriculum Leader
Ms Wood  Deputy Head Teacher and Teacher of Mathematics
Mrs Morton  Teacher of Mathematics
Ms Toseland  Teacher of Mathematics
Mr Swingler  Teacher of Mathematics
Ms Mohammed  Teacher of Mathematics
Miss Kelly  Teacher of Mathematics
Mrs Mayson  Mathematic focused Teaching Assistant
The key stage 3 curriculum is split up into four main strands Algebra, Number, Shape and Space and Handling data and lasts for 2 years. Assessments are carried out throughout the key stage on a fortnightly basis to inform teaching and learning. Problem solving skills and GCSEstyle questions are used during all topics and in all year groups in order to prepare students for the key stage 4 scheme for learning.
If you wish to know more about the Key Stage 3 curriculum, please contact Mr Tiley.

Year 7 
Year 8 
Term 1 
Number 1: Arithmetic
Algebra 1: An introduction to algebra
Number 2: Logic
Data 1: Constructing graphs
Number 3: Arithmetic of decimal numbers
Number 4: Fractions, decimals and percentages.
Shape 1: Angle facts
Shape 2: Area and perimeter
Algebra 1: Sequences

Number 1: Using mathematical diagrams
Number 2: Rounding and estimation
Algebra 1: Formulae
Number 3: Money and time
Number 4: Factors
Data 1: Data analysis
Algebra 2: Brackets

Term 2 
Algebra 2: Negative numbers
Shape 5: Arithmetic of fractions
Data 2: Data collection and pie charts
Number 5: Time and timetables
Shape 6: Scale drawing
Data 3: Quantitative data

Shape 1: Nets and surface area
Number 5: Ratio and proportion
Number 6: Percentages and fractions
Algebra 3: Straight line graphs
Data 2: Probability
Shape 2: Pythagoras’ Theorem

Term 3 
Data 4: Probability
Shape 7: Volume
Shape 8: Symmetry and transformations
Data 5: Twoway tables and Venn diagrams
Number 6: Indices

Shape 3: Angles and bearings
Shape 3: Circles and cylinders
Shape 4: Angles
Shape 5: Similarity
Number 7: Standard form, indices and reciprocals

The key stage 4 scheme of work is started in year 9. Students are taught mathematical skills and work on applying this knowledge to worded problems and cross topic questions. Students are assessed on each topic to ensure understanding and are given diagnostic feedback on that topic if needed to ensure understanding before moving on. They are also given the opportunity to complete past exam papers and will see exam type questions throughout. At the end of year 11 students will complete 3 examination papers; paper 1 is a noncalculator paper and the other two are calculator papers. Each exam is 1 hour and 30 minutes long.
If you wish to know more about the Key Stage 4 curriculum, please contact Mrs Egan.
Year 9 
Year 10 
Year 11 

Term 1 
Number N1: Rounding N2: Fraction, Decimals and percentages N3: Negative numbers N4:Ordering numbers N5: General Arithmetic N6: Multiples, factors and primes N7: Squares, cubes and roots N8: Basic indices N9: Products of primes, HCF and LCM N10: Fractions N11: Fraction of amounts N12: Percentage of amounts N13: Ratio and proportion N14: Currency conversion N15: Calculator skills N16: Approximations and Estimations N17: Multiplication N18: Standard form N19: Further percentages N20: Simple and compound interest 
Data D1: Pictograms D2: Bar charts D3: Averages and range D4:Probability scale D5: Reading tables and timetables D6: Reading scales D7:Data collection sheets D8: Pie charts D9: Two way tables D10: Scatter graphs D11: Further averages D12: Frequency polygons D13:Stem and leaf diagrams D14: Further probability D15: Cumulative frequency D16: Box plots D17: Probability tree diagrams D18: Stratified sampling D19: Histograms D20: Conditional probability 
Data D1: Pictograms D2: Bar charts D3: Averages and range D4:Probability scale D5: Reading tables and timetables D6: Reading scales D7:Data collection sheets D8: Pie charts D9: Two way tables D10: Scatter graphs D11: Further averages D12: Frequency polygons D13:Stem and leaf diagrams D14: Further probability D15: Cumulative frequency D16: Box plots D17: Probability tree diagrams D18: Stratified sampling D19: Histograms D20: Conditional probability 
Term 2 
Algebra A1: Coordinates A2: Basic Algebra A3: Expanding brackets A4: Linear equations A5: Inequalities A6: Solving by trial and improvement A7: Number sequences A8: Midpoints A9: Plotting graphs of equations A10: Travel graphs A11: Factorising A12: Changing the subject A13: Quadratic formula A14: Simultaneous equations A15: y = mx + c graphs A16: Graphing inequalities 
Algebra A6: Solving by trial and improvement A7: Number sequences A8: Midpoints A9: Plotting graphs of equations A10: Travel graphs A11: Factorising A12: Changing the subject A13: Quadratic formula A14: Simultaneous equations A15: y = mx + c graphs A16: Graphing inequalities A17: Algebraic proof A18: Algebraic fractions A19: Transformation of functions A20: Identities A21: Completing the square A22: Functions A23: Graphs of other functions A24: Gradients and areas under the curve A25: Differentiation A26: Matrices A27: Sets A28: Advanced substitution 
Recap Number and Algebra with a worded problem question every lesson and cross curricular questions.

Term 3 
Shape: S1: Basic Angles S2: Properties of 3D shapes S3: Nets S4: Symmetry S5: Congruent and similar shapes S6: Labelling circles S7: Units of measure S8: Polygons S9: Further angles S10: Plans and elevation S11: Transformations S12: Perimeter and area S13: Circumference and area of circles S14: Basic volume S15: Basic surface area S16: Pythagoras thereom S17: Bearings S18: Similarity S19: Trigonometry S20: Loci S21: Speed and Density 
Shapes Recap S1 S8. S9: Further angles S10: Plans and elevation S11: Transformations S12: Perimeter and area S13: Circumference and area of circles S14: Basic volume S15: Basic surface area S16: Pythagoras thereom S17: Bearings S18: Similarity S19: Trigonometry S20: Loci S21: Speed and Density S22: Circle theorems S23: Further volume and surface area S24: Further trigonometry S25: Sectors S26: Vectors S7:Proof of congruency of triangles 
Revision – exam practice.
