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1 KS4 Curriculum Plan Maths FOUNDATION TIER Year 9 Autumn Term 1 Unit 1: Number 1.1 Calculations 1.2 Decimal Numbers 1.3 Place Value Use priority of operations with positive and negative numbers. Simplify calculations by cancelling. Use inverse operations. Round to a given number of decimal place. Multiply and divide decimal numbers. Autumn Term 2 Unit 2: Algebra 1.4 Factors & Multiples 1.5 Squares, Cubes and roots 1.6 Index Notation 1.7 Prime Factors 2.1 Algebraic expressions 2.2 Simplifying expressions 2.3 Substitution 2.4 Formulae 2.5 Expanding brackets Write decimal numbers of millions. Round to a given number of significant figures. Estimate answers to calculations. Use one calculation to find the answer to another. Recognise 2-digit prime numbers. Find factors and multiples of numbers. Find common factors and common multiples of two numbers. Find the HCF and LCM of two numbers by listing. Find square roots and cube roots. Recognise powers of 2, 3, 4 and 5. Understand surd notation on a calculator. Write a number as the product of its prime factors. Use prime factor decomposition and Venn diagrams to find the HCF and LCM. Unit 3: Graphs, Tables and Charts 2.6 Factorising 2.7 Using expressions and formulae 3.1 Frequency tables 3.2 Two-way tables Use correct algebraic notation. Write and simplify expressions. Use the index laws. Multiply and divide expressions. Substitute numbers into expressions. Recognise the difference between a formula and an expression. Substitute numbers into a simple formula. Expand brackets. Simplify expressions with brackets. Substitute numbers into expressions with brackets and powers. Recognise factors of algebraic terms. Factorise algebraic expressions.

2 Spring Term 1 Unit 3: Graphs, Tables and Charts 3.3 Representing data 3.4 Time series 3.5 Stem and leaf diagrams 3.6 Pie charts 3.7 Scatter graphs 3.8 Line of best fit Use the identity symbol and the not equals symbol Write expressions and simple formulae to solve Use maths and science formulae. Designing tables and data collection sheets. Reading data from tables. Use data from tables. Design and use two-way tables. Draw and interpret comparative and composite bar charts. Interpret and compare data shown in bar charts, line graphs and histograms. Plot and interpret time series graphs. Use trends to predict what might happen in the future. Construct and interpret stem and leaf and back-to-back stem and leaf diagrams. Draw and interpret pie charts. Unit 4: Fractions & Percentages Spring Term 2 Unit 4: Fractions & Percentages Unit 5: Equations & Inequalities 4.1 Working with fractions 4.2 Operations with fractions 4.3 Multiplying fractions 4.4 Dividing fractions 4.5 Fractions and decimals 4.6 Fractions and percentages 4.7 Calculating percentages Calculating percentages Solving equations 1 Plot and interpret scatter graphs. Determine whether or not there is a relationship between sets of data. Draw a line of best fit on a scatter graph. Use the line of best fit to predict values. Compare fractions. Add and subtract fractions. Use fractions to solve Find a fraction of a quantity or measurement. Use fractions to solve Multiply whole numbers, fractions and mixed numbers. Simplify calculations by cancelling. Divide a whole number by a fraction. Divide a fraction by a whole number or a fraction. Convert fractions to decimals and vice versa. Use decimals to find quantities. Write one number as a fraction of another. Convert percentages to fractions and vice versa.

3 5.2 Solving equations Solving equations with brackets 5.4 Introducing inequalities 5.5 More inequalities 5.6 More formulae Write one number as a percentage of another. Convert percentages to decimals and vice versa. Find a percentage of a quantity. Use percentages to solve Calculate simple interest. Calculate percentage increases and decreases. Use percentages in real-life situations. Calculate VAT (value added tax). Summer Term 1 Unit 6: Angles 6.1 Properties of shapes 6.2 Angles in parallel lines 6.3 Angles in triangles 6.4 Exterior and interior angles 6.5 More exterior and interior angles 6.6 Geometrical patterns Understand and use inverse equations. Rearrange simple linear equations. Solve simple linear equations. Solve two-step equations. Solve linear equations with brackets. Solve equations with unknowns on both sides. Use correct notation to show inclusive and exclusive inequalities. Solve simple linear inequalities. Write down whole numbers which satisfy an inequality. Represent inequalities on a number line. Solve two-sided inequalities. Substitute values into formulae and solve equations. Change the subject of a formula. Know the difference between an expression, an equation, a formula and an identity. Solve geometric problems using side and angle properties of quadrilaterals. Identify congruent shapes. Understand and use the angle properties of parallel lines. Find missing angles using corresponding and alternate angles. Solve angle problems in triangles. Understand angle proofs about triangles. Calculate the interior and exterior angles of regular polygons. Calculate the interior and exterior angles of polygons.

4 Summer Term 2 Unit 5c: Sequences Unit 7: Statistics Averages & Range 5.7 Generating sequences 5.8 Using the nth term of a sequence 7.1 Mean and range 7.2 Mode, median and range 7.3 Types of average 7.4 Estimating the mean 7.5 Sampling Explain why some polygons fit together and some others do not Solve angle problems using equations. Solve geometrical problems showing reasoning. Recognise and extend sequences. Use the nth term to generate terms of a sequence. Find the nth term of an arithmetic sequence. Calculate the mean from a list and from a frequency table. Compare sets of data using the mean and range. Find the mode, median and range from a stem and leaf diagram. Identify outliers. Estimate the range from a grouped frequency table. Recognise the advantages and disadvantages of each type of average. Find the modal class. Find the median from a frequency table. Estimate the mean of grouped data. KS4 Curriculum Plan Maths FOUNDATION TIER Year 10 Autumn Term 1 Unit 8: Perimeter, 8.1 Rectangles, parallelograms Area & Volume 1 and triangles 8.2 Trapezia and changing units 8.3 Area of compound shapes 8.4 Surface area of 3D solids 8.5 Volume of prisms 8.6 More volume and surface area Understand the need for sampling. Understand how to avoid bias. Calculate the perimeter and area of rectangles, parallelograms and triangles. Estimate lengths, areas and costs. Calculate a missing length, given the area. Calculate the area and perimeter of trapezia. Find the height of a trapezium given its area. Convert between area measures. Calculate the perimeter and area of shapes made from triangles and rectangles. Calculate areas in hectares, and convert between ha and m2. Calculate the surface area of a cuboid.

5 Unit 9:Graphs 1 Autumn Term 2 Unit 9: Graphs 2 Unit 10: Transformations 9.2 Linear graphs 9.3 Gradient 9.4 y = mx + c 9.5 Real-life graphs 9.6 Distance-time graphs 9.7 More real-life graphs 10.1 Translation 10.2 Reflection 10.3 Rotation 10.4 Enlargement 10.5 Describing enlargements 10.6 Combining transformations Calculate the surface area of a prism. Calculate the volume of a cuboid. Calculate the volume of a prism. Solve problems involving surface area and volume. Convert between measures of volume. Generate and plot coordinates from a rule. Plot straight-line graphs from tables of values. Draw graphs to represent relationships. Find the gradient of a line. Identify and interpret the gradient from an equation. Understand that parallel lines have the same gradient. Understand what m and c represent in y = mx + c. Find the equations of straight-line graphs. Sketch graphs given the values of m and c. Draw and interpret graphs from real data. Use distance time graphs to solve Draw distance time graphs. Interpret rate of change graphs. Draw and interpret a range of graphs. Understand when predictions are reliable. Translate a shape on a coordinate grid. Use a column vector to describe a translation. Draw a reflection of a shape in a mirror line. Draw reflections on a coordinate grid. Describe reflections on a coordinate grid. Rotate a shape on a coordinate grid. Describe a rotation. Enlarge a shape by a scale factor. Enlarge a shape using a centre of enlargement. Identify the scale factor of an enlargement. Find the centre of enlargement. Describe an enlargement.

6 Spring Term 1 Unit 11: Ratio & Proportion Unit 12: Rightangled Triangles 11.1 Writing ratios 11.2 Using ratios Ratios and measures 11.4 Using ratios Comparing using ratios 11.6 Using proportion 11.7 Proportion and graphs 11.8 Proportion problems 12.1 Pythagoras' theorem Pythagoras' theorem Trigonometry: the sine ratio Trigonometry: the sine ratio Trigonometry: the cosine ratio 12.6 Trigonometry: the tangent ratio 12.7 Finding lengths and angles using trigonometry Transform shapes using more than one transformation. Describe combined transformations of shapes on a grid. Use ratio notation. Write a ratio in its simplest form. Solve problems using ratios. Solve simple problems using ratios. Use ratios to convert between units. Write and use ratios for shapes and their enlargements. Divide a quantity into 2 parts in a given ratio. Divide a quantity into 3 parts in a given ratio. Solve word problems using ratios. Use ratios involving decimals. Compare ratios. Solve ratio and proportion Use the unitary method to solve proportion Solve proportion problems in words. Work out which product is better value for money. Recognise and use direct proportion on a graph. Understand the link between the unit ratio and the gradient. Recognise different types of proportion. Solve word problems involving direct and inverse proportion. Understand Pythagoras theorem. Calculate the length of the hypotenuse in a right-angled triangle. Solve problems using Pythagoras theorem. Calculate the length of a line segment AB. Calculate the length of a shorter side in a right-angled triangle. Understand and recall the sine ratio in right-angled triangles. Use the sine ratio to calculate the length of a side in a right-angled triangle. Use the sine ratio to solve Use the sine ratio to calculate an angle in a right-angled triangle.

7 Spring Term 2 Unit 13: Probability Unit 14: Multiplicative Reasoning 13.1 Calculating probability 13.2 Two events 13.3 Experimental probability 13.4 Venn diagrams 13.5 Tree diagrams 13.6 More tree diagrams 14.1 Percentages Use the sine ratio to solve Understand and recall the cosine ratio in right-angled triangles. Use the cosine ratio to calculate the length of a side in a rightangled triangle. Use the cosine ratio to calculate an angle in a right-angled triangle. Use the cosine ratio to solve Understand and recall the tangent ratio in right-angled triangles. Use the tangent ratio to calculate the length of a side in a rightanglesd triangle Use the tangent ratio to calculate an angle in a right-angled triangle. Solve problems using an angle of elevation or depression. Understand and recall trigonometric ratios in rightangled triangles. Use trigonometric ratios to solve Know the exact values of the sine, cosine and tangent of some angles Growth and decay 14.3 Compound measures 14.4 Distance, speed and time 14.5 Direct and inverse proportion Calculate simple probabilities from equally likely events. Understand mutually exclusive and exhaustive outcomes. Use two-way tables to record the outcomes from two events. Work out probabilities from sample space diagrams. Find and interpret probabilities based on experimental data. Make predictions from experimental data. Use Venn diagrams to work out probabilities. Understand the language of sets and Venn diagrams. Use frequency trees and tree diagrams. Work out probabilities using tree diagrams. Understand independent events. Understand when events are not independent. Solve probability problems involving events that are not independent.

8 Summer Term 1 Unit 15: Constructions, Loci & Bearings D solids 15.2 Plans and elevations 15.3 Accurate drawings Scale drawings and maps 15.5 Accurate drawings Constructions 15.7 Loci and regions 15.8 Bearings Calculate a percentage profit or loss. Express a given number as a percentage of another in more complex situations. Find the original amount given the final amount after a percentage increase or decrease Find an amount after repeated percentage change. Solve growth and decay Solve problems involving compound measures. Convert between metric speed measures. Calculate average speed, distance & time. Use formulae to calculate speed and acceleration. Use ratio and proportion in measures and conversions. Use inverse proportions. Recognise 3D shapes and their properties. Describe 3D shapes using the correct mathematical words. Understand the 2D shapes that make up 3D objects. Identify and sketch planes of symmetry of 3D shapes. Understand and draw plans and elevations of 3D shapes. Sketch 3D shapes based on their plans and elevations. Make accurate drawings of triangles using a ruler, protractor and compasses. Identify SSS, ASA, SAS and RHS triangles as unique from a given description. Identify congruent triangles Draw diagrams to scale. Correctly interpret scales in reallife contexts. Use scales on maps and diagrams to work out lengths and distances. Know when to use exact measurements and estimations on scale drawings and maps. Draw lengths and distances correctly on given scale drawings. Accurately draw angles and 2D shapes using a ruler, protractor and compasses. Construct a polygon inside a circle. Recognise nets and make accurate drawings of nets of common 3D objects. Draw accurately using rulers and

10 Work out the surface area of a pyramid. Work out the volume of a cone. Work out the surface area of a cone. Work out the volume of a sphere. Work out the surface area of a sphere. Work out the volume and surface area of composite solids. KS4 Curriculum Plan Maths FOUNDATION TIER Year 11 Autumn Term 1 Y10 GCSE Exam analysis & feedback Unit 18: Fractions, Indices & Standard Form Unit 19a: Congruence & Similarity 18.1 Multiplying and dividing fractions 18.2 The laws of indices 18.3 Writing large numbers in standard form 18.4 Writing small numbers in standard form 18.5 Calculating with standard form 19.1 Similarity and enlargement 19.2 More similarity 19.3 Using similarity Preparation for Y10 GCSE Exam 2 weeks Key topic focus based on question-level analysis of Y10 GCSE Exam Multiply and divide mixed numbers and fractions. To know and use the laws of indices. Write large numbers in standard form. Convert large numbers from standard form into ordinary numbers. Write small numbers in standard form. Convert numbers from standard form with negative powers of ordinary numbers To multiply and divide numbers in standard form. To add and subtract numbers in standard form. Autumn Term 2 Unit 19b: Vectors Unit 20: Non-linear Graphs, Simultaneous Equations & Rearranging Formulae 19.4 Congruence Congruence Vectors Vectors Graphs of cubic and reciprocal functions 20.2 Non-linear graphs 20.3 Solving simultaneous equations graphically 20.4 Solving simultaneous Understand similarity. Use similarity to solve angle Find the scale factor of an enlargement. Use similarity to solve Understand the similarity of regular polygons. Calculate perimeters of similar shapes. Recognise congruent shapes. Use congruence to work out unknown angles. Use congruence to work out unknown sides. Add and subtract vectors. Find the resultant of two vectors.

11 equations algebraically 20.5 Rearranging formulae 20.6 Proof Revision & Exam Preparation Subtract vectors. Find multiples of a vector. Draw and interpret graphs of cubic functions. Draw and interpret graphs of y = 1/x. Spring Term 1 Spring Term 2 Summer Term December Trial Exam analysis & feedback Revision of Key s & Past Exam Paper questions Revision of Key s & Past Exam Paper questions Exam preparation March Trial Exam analysis & feedback Revision of Key s & Past Exam Paper questions Exam preparation for June GCSE Draw and interpret non-linear graphs to solve Solve simultaneous equations by drawing a graph. Write and solve simultaneous equations. Solve simultaneous equations algebraically. Change the subject of a formula. Identify expressions, equations, formulae and identities. Prove results using algebra. Preparation for December Trial Exam Key topic focus based on questionlevel analysis of December Trial Exam Focus on: Number Algebra Ratio & Proportion Focus on: Geometry Probability Statistics Preparation for March Trial Exam Key topic focus based on questionlevel analysis of March Trial Exam

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