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Year 9

Year 9

Week

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

1

Number : powers and Roots

ALGEBRA - Equations 2

NUMBER - Fractions, Decimals & Percentages

G & M - Symmetry, Shapes & Angles

NUMBER - Using Percentages (Compound Interest)

NUMBER/ALGEBRA – Indices (Standard Form)

2

NUMBER - Using Percentages  

G & M - Constructions

NUMBER - Ratio & Proportion

G & M - 3D Solids

NUMBER - Using Ratio (Direct/ Inverse Proportion)

NUMBER - Inequalities

3

S & P - Probability

G & M - Transformations

NUMBER - Fractions

G & M - Navigation & Travel

ALGEBRA - Sequences (Recognising Quadratic and  Geometric Sequences)

S & P - Interpreting Data (Averages & Time Series)

4

S & P - Averages from a Table

ALGEBRA - Straight Line Graphs

G & M - Area

G & M - Metric & Imperial Units 

G & M - Pythagoras’ Theorem

ALGEBRA - Linear Equations (9B- Simultaneous Equations)

5

ALGEBRA - Algebraic Manipulation

Venn diagrams and probability

NUMBER - Multiples, Factors & Primes

ALGEBRA - Reading Scales

NUMBER - Negative Numbers

G & M – Trigonometry, including exact values of 300, 600 etc.

G & M - Circles & Related Shapes (in terms of Pi) Arcs/Sectors

6

ALGEBRA - Expressions & Formulae 1

ALGEBRA - Equations 1

S & P - Scatter Graphs

S & P - Collecting & Interpreting Data

REVIEWING LEARNING in SPRING 2

REVIEW LEARNING in SUMMER 1 – EOY Exam

ALGEBRA - Straight Line Graphs and Gradients

7

REVIEW LEARNING in AUYUMN 1

ALGEBRA - Sequences

REVIEW LEARNING in SPRING 1

 

 

 

Course specification

Edexcel         1MA1           GCSE Mathematics A Linear

Weightings / deadlines

GCSE mathematics - 100% marks in terminal examination sat in June 2019

The new GCSE Mathematics specification cover broader and deeper mathematical content, delivered through a single extended GCSE which can be taken at higher level or foundation Level. Higher tier will include questions that will stretch the most able. Foundation tier will focus on core mathematical understanding and skills for all students to master.

The GCSE Mathematics specification will be examined by three written papers, each of 1½ hours. The first paper will be assessed without the use of a calculator; calculators will be expected for papers 2 and 3. There will be no difference in the content or assessment objectives assessed in each of the papers.

Three GCSE Mathematics Papers are

Paper 1 (33.3%)

Paper 2 (33.3%)

Paper 3 (33.3%)

Non- calculator

Calculator

Calculator

80 marks

80 marks

80 marks

90 min

90 min

90 min

Useful websites

www.edexcel.org.uk;         www.mymaths.co.uk;        www.emaths.co.uk;        www.livemaths.co.uk

Contact:

Head of Mathematics:  Mrs Bayar m.bayar@parkhighstanmore.org.uk

Key Stage 4 Leader: Mrs Prakash   sprakash2.310@parkhighstanmore.org.uk