# What is our curriculum intent?

Our intent is to enable all students to become subject experts by developing across our ‘Big Ideas’:

 Number Algebra Ratio & Proportion Geometry & Measure Statistics Probability # How do we implement our curriculum?

## 1. Through what we teach, when, as laid out below:

Our curriculum is designed so that each year we build on student’s previous learning, continually extending
knowledge and deepening understanding of each topic, and developing reasoning and analytical skills.
Many of these topics require students to be familiar using mathematical equipment. We therefore expect
students to bring to every lesson a pen, pencil, ruler, rubber, protractor, compass and a scientific calculator
(we strongly recommend the Casio FX83GT or FX85GT).

### Year 7

 Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term Unit 1 & 2 Place Value Integers and Decimals Unit 3 Rounding and Estimation Unit 4&5 Squares Cubes Roots Bidmas and Indices Unit 6 Factors multiples and primes Unit 7 Positive and Negative Numbers Unit 8 Expand Simplify Expressions Unit 9 Form expressions and Substitution Unit 10 Coordinates and Plotting Graphs Unit 11 Angle facts Triangles and Quadrilaterals Unit 12 Data Collection and Sampling Unit 13 Charts  Unit 14 Averages Unit 15 Frequency Tables and Polygons Unit 16 Pie Charts Unit 17 Scatter Graphs Unit 18 Fractions Unit 19 Percentages Unit 20 Fractions Decimals and Percentages Unit 21 Solving Linear Equations Unit 22 Inequalities Unit 23 Number Machines and Sequences Unit 24 Perimeter and Area Unit 25 Nets and Surface Area Unit 26 Volume Unit 27 Plans and Elevations Unit 28 Time and Timetables Unit 29 Measures Unit 30 Probability

### Year 8

 Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term Recap from Year 7: Place Value & Integers, Place Value & Decimals, Rounding & Estimation, Squares, Cubes, Roots & BIRDMAS, Index Rules, Factors, Multiples & Primes, Positive & Negative Numbers Unit 40 Mixed Fractions Unit 41 Compound Percentages Unit 42 Rearranging Formulae Unit 43 Pythagoras Unit 44 Trigonometry Unit 45 Linear Graphs Unit 46 Solving Quadratics Unit 47 Function Graphs Unit 48 & 49 Tree and Venn Diagrams Unit 50 Simultaneous Equations Unit 51 Congruent and Similar Shapes Unit 52 Circles Unit 53 Cylinders Cones and Spheres Unit 54 Vectors Unit 55 Algebraic Proof Unit 56 Constructions and Loci

### Year 9

 Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term 1) Place Value & Integers 2) Place Value & Decimals 3) Rounding & Estimation 4) Positive & Negative Numbers 5) Squares, Cubes, Roots & BIRDMAS 6) Factors, Multiples & Primes 7) Index Rules 8) Standard Form 9) Expand & Simplify Expressions 10) Factorise Expressions 11) Form Expressions & Substitution 12) Number Machines & Sequences 13) Algebraic Proof 14) Coordinates & Plotting Graphs 15) Linear Graphs (y = mx + c) 16) Angle Facts, Triangles & Quadrilaterals 17) Parallel Lines & Bearings 18) Angles in Polygons 19) Congruent & Similar Shapes 20) Data Collection & Sampling 21) Charts 22) Averages 23) Frequency Tables & Polygons 24) Pie Charts 25) Scatter Graphs 26) Fractions 27) Mixed Fractions 28) Percentages 29) Compound Percentages 30) Fractions, Decimals & Percentages 31) Ratio & Proportion 32) Solving Linear Equations 33) Inequalities 34) Rearranging Formula 35) Simultaneous Equations 36) Perimeter & Area 37) Nets & Surface Area 38) Volume 39) Plans & Elevations 40) Circles 41) Cylinders, Cones & Spheres 42) Probability 43) Tree Diagrams 44) Venn Diagrams 45) Time & Timetables 46) Measures 47) Real Life Graphs 48) Distance/Velocity-Time Graphs 49) Solving Quadratics 50) Function Graphs 51) Pythagoras 52) Trigonometry 53) Transformations 54) Symmetry 55) Vectors 56) Constructions & Loci

## 2. Through how we group students

In Mathematics we teach our students in three types of group (Extension, Core and Support) to allow our
teachers to plan and deliver lessons that stretch and challenge all students appropriately. We assess
student’s progress regularly to ensure that they are in the most suitable group for their learning.

## 3. Through the homework we set

In Mathematics homework is a vital opportunity for students to permanently learn their mathematical
knowledge. We have therefore created homework for each topic to allow students to:

• practise mathematical skills learned in the lesson
• apply knowledge and understanding to different problems independently
• develop reasoning and analytical skills in increasingly complex contexts