KS3 Mathematics

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Course Name: Mathematics

 

Curriculum Content

Every maths topic is based around big questions. These develop pupils’ ability to interpret questions and create a strategy to solve different problems using tools they have applied to other questions. A few examples of the big questions they will cover in year 7 are;

  • Am I a mathematician?
  • Picture sequences, Functions and Graphs
  • Pentominoes and Spacemen
  • Equable shapes

Every maths topic is based around big questions. These develop pupils’ ability to interpret questions and create a strategy to solve different problems using tools they have applied to other questions. A few examples of the big questions they will cover in year 8 are;

  • The best box
  • To spend or save? Mobile phone contracts
  • Exploring calculations
  • Record Breaking and personal Challenge

Every maths topic is based around big questions. These develop pupils’ ability to interpret questions and create a strategy to solve different problems using tools they have applied to other questions. A few examples of the big questions they will cover in year 9 are;

  • In the frame
  • What have Mathematicians done for us?
  • Rectangles, Expressions and Equations
  • How big could it be

How Classes are Grouped

There are 3 sets based on the ability of the students.

There are 3 sets based on the ability of the students.

There are 3 sets based on the ability of the students.

Assessment (including homework)

The students will have assessments each half term assessing them on their understanding of topics that shall be levelled and will allow for resetting.

The students will also have one piece of homework each week that will alternate between directed and reflective practice.

The students will have assessments each half term assessing them on their understanding of topics that shall be levelled and will allow for resetting. Year 8 will also receive a homework project in the winter half term where all of their homework will be focused on one specific topic. Weekly homework will resume the following half term.

The students will also have one piece of homework each week that will alternate between directed and reflective practice.

The students will have assessments each half term assessing them on their understanding of topics that shall be levelled and will allow for resetting.

The students will also have one piece of homework each week that will alternate between directed and reflective practice.

How to Support Your Son

Use the website mathsworkout.co.uk for revision and preparation for exams as well as to practice different skills. Your son should also be encouraged to attend support sessions during school time that will be ran during lunch time and after school.

Check that they have completed homework tasks to a high standard and that they are capable of explaining the work to you.

Use the website mathsworkout.co.uk for revision and preparation for exams as well as to practice different skills. Your son should also be encouraged to attend support sessions during school time that will be ran during lunch time and after school.

Check that they have completed homework tasks to a high standard and that they are capable of explaining the work to you.

Use the website mathsworkout.co.uk for revision and preparation for exams as well as to practice different skills. Your son should also be encouraged to attend support sessions during school time that will be ran during lunch time and after school.

Check that they have completed homework tasks to a high standard and that they are capable of explaining the work to you.

 

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