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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 curriculum is split up into four main strands Algebra, Number, Shape and Space and Handling data and the scheme of work is based on a model of progression and retention with topics being covered simultaneously throughout each week.
Year 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 
7 
Algebra 1: Sequences and graphs. Number 1: Integers, powers and roots. Shape, Space and measure 1: Perimeter and Area Number 2: Fractions, decimals and percentages. Handling Data 1:Probability Algebra 2: Equations, Formula and expressions. Shape, Space and Measure 2: Coordinates and Angles.

Handling data 2: Averages Number 3: order of operation, mental method of calculations. Solving worded problems. Measure 3: Metric units, interpret scale and time. Algebra 3: linear graphs. Shape, Space and measure 3: geometrical reasoning. Number 4: Fractions and Ratio. Algebra 4: constructing and solving equations. 
Shape, Space and Measure 4: Transformations.
Handling data 3: representing and interpreting data. Number 5: Solving problems involving ratio and proportion. Algebra 5: sequences, functions and graphs. Shape, Space and Measure 5: Constructions.

8 
Algebra 1: Sequences and graphs. Number 1: Primes, Squares, Cubes, Roots, Shape, Space and measure 1: Angles in parallel lines, interior and exterior angles. Number 2: Adding and Subtracting Fractions. Handling Data 1: Estimating and experimental probabilities. Algebra 2: Simplifying expressions and substitution. Shape, Space and Measure 2: Converting metric units, surface area.

Algebra 3: Constructing real life graphs. Handling data 2: Construct pie charts and scatter graphs. Number 3: Extend mental methods of calculation to include decimals, fractions and percentages. Measure 3: Metric units, interpret scale and time. Shape, Space and measure 3: Recognise and visualise the transformation Algebra 4: Solving equations. 
Number 4: Multiply and divide decimals. Shape, Space and Measure 4: Explore transformations using ICT. Handling data 3: representing and interpreting data through an investigation. Number 5: Solving problems involving ratio and proportion. Algebra 5: sequences, functions and graphs. Shape, Space and Measure 5: Area and circumference of a circle.
Solving problems

9 
Algebra 1: Nth term, quadratic sequences. Number 1: Percentages including percentage change. Algebra 2: Solving equations with brackets Shape and Space 1: Recall and use formula for the perimeter and area of shapes. Handling data 1: Design a survey, collect and interpret data. Discuss sources of bias.
Algebra 3: Trial and improvement 
Shape, Space and Measure 2: Volume
Number 2: Standard form. Algebra 4: Laws of indices.
Handling data 2: Calculating probability. Shape, Space and Measure 3: Enlargement and using proportional reasoning.

Algebra 5: Equations. Solving problems Handling data 3: Calculate the mean using an assumed mean.
Shape, Space and Measure 4: Visualise, describe and sketch 2D shapes. Handling data 4: Discuss and interpret graphs.

At GCSE level all students follow the Edexcel linear programme of study which consists of 50 modules. At the end of year 11 students will sit two exam papers either Higher (A* C) or Foundation (CG).
There is no coursework.
Four themes are studied:
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 

10 
Module 1: Integers Module 2: Decimals Module 3: Coordinates Module 4: Factorising Module 5: Shape and Angles Module 6: Fractions Module 7: Collecting data Module 8: Percentages 1 Module 9: Types of number Module 10: Patterns and sequences Module 11: Perimeter and Area Module 12: Polygons Module 13: Linear equations and inequalities Module 14: 2D and 3D Shapes.

Module 15: Averages and Range Module 16: Compound Measures Module 17: Displaying data Module 18: Ratio and Scale Module 19: Linear graphs. Module 20: Expanding brackets Module 21: Circles Module 22: Formula Module 23: Prisms Module 24: Trial and improvement

Module 25: Percentages 2 Module 26: Constructions and loci Module 27: Transformations Module 28: Scatter graphs Module 29: Pythagoras Module 30: Trigonometry Module 31: Simultaneous equations Module 32: Quadratic equations.

11 
Module 31: Simultaneous equations Module 32: Equations Module 33: Cumulative frequency graphs Module 34: Standard form Module 35: Histograms Module 36: Graphs Module 37: Surface area and volume. Module 38: Index notation and surds Module 39: Further graphs Module 40: Direct and inverse proportion (ratio) Module 41: Further simultaneous equations Module 42: Probability Module 43: Pythagoras and trigonometry.

Module 44: Lower and upper bounds Module 45: Similarity and congruence Module 46: Sine and Cosine rule Module 47: Transformations of functions Module 48: Circle theorems Module 49: Algebraic fractions Module 50: Vectors Revision of modules covered in year 10.

Revision and past papers. 