Mathematics Staff  

Mr K Anderson (Head of Team)  kanderson@conyers.org.uk  Mr J Downs  jdowns@conyers.org.uk 
Miss L Allanson  lallanson@conyers.org.uk  Mrs K Gray  kgray@conyers.org.uk 
Mrs A Beer  abeer@conyers.org.uk  Mrs S Perks  sperks@conyers.org.uk 
Mrs C Blakemoore  cblakemoore@conyers.org.uk  Mr A Robinson  arobinson@conyers.org.uk 
Mr P Dixon  pdixon@conyers.org.uk  Mr M Taylor  mtaylor@conyers.org.uk 
Mrs J White  jwhite@conyers.org.uk  Mrs J Wareing  jwareing@conyers.org.uk 
GCSE Maths
Mathematics is not just about ‘working out calculations’, although that is an important aspect. Employers and colleges/universities want you to have GCSE Mathematics because it shows that you can think logically, see your way through a problem and deal with abstraction. It also shows that you can remember key facts and apply them to new situations/questions. These are important skills for almost any future career or course of study.
All students will follow an updated GCSE Mathematics course, with a strong emphasis on ‘functional’ skills. There will be regular end of topic reviews and termly internal assessments. The GCSE Mathematics course is linear, with an examination at the end of the course in Year 11.
There is no coursework. There are two tiers, Foundation and Higher, and students will follow the course best suited to their ability. Assessment is via three papers, one noncalculator and two calculator, taken at the end of the course.
Exam Board: Edexcel
Mathematics at A Level builds on the algebra and trigonometry you will have seen at GCSE, and then rapidly introduces new concepts such as calculus and logarithms. It is an essential or preferred subject for many degree courses, including Accounting, Architecture, Chemistry, Computing, Engineering, Natural Sciences and Physics. In addition to the 5 A*C grades necessary to join Conyers Sixth Form, we would strongly recommend that you achieve at least a Grade 6 in Mathematics. A Level Mathematics is very challenging and demanding; therefore students with a genuine interest and enjoyment of the subject will find it easier to succeed and will enjoy the course. Due to the demanding nature of the course, students opting to take A Level Maths will be given summer work to complete which will help prepare them for a precourse test in the first week of term. Students who do not pass this test will be placed on a support plan if following a discussion between the student, Mr Clayton and Mr Webster, it is decided they are to remain on the course.
Examining the jobs market and comparing earnings with subjects studied, it finds that Mathematics is the only Alevel subject that adds to earnings – up to 10 per cent – even when the employer is unaware of the person’s qualifications. Graduates who have studied Mathematics earn more than those who have not, even when the job has nothing to do with Maths. Institute of Education University of London
A Level Mathematics is a linear 2 year course. It will be assessed by 3 exams at the end of the 2 year course. The content of A level Mathematics is in the process of changing and providers including ourselves are waiting on final specifications to be approved. However, we do know the majority of the course still covers Core topics but all students will also have to study some Statistics and Mechanics in both years of the course.
Algebra and functions; differentiation; integration; transformation of graphs; coordinate geometry; sequences and series; trigonometry; exponentials and logarithms; numerical methods for solving equations; vectors.
Familiarity with a data set; Probability; sampling; data presentation and interpretation; binomial distribution; normal distribution; hypothesis testing.
Kinematics; forces and Newton’s laws; moments; projectiles.
Studying A Level Maths can be extremely valuable if you wish to pursue a career in the following:
Exam Board: Edexcel
The Further Maths course results in two Alevel qualifications: Maths, and Further Maths. Fifteen hours of teaching will be offered each two week cycle rather than the usual twenty hours normally allocated for two Alevel courses. The course goes beyond the syllabus of the Maths A Level, to include topics seen at University such as complex numbers, matrices and mathematical proof. We would strongly recommend that you achieve at least a Grade 7 in GCSE mathematics if you wish to follow this course. Students must also be prepared to put in a great deal of independent study as this is a very challenging course and the fact you have fewer timetabled lessons will mean you won’t have as much direct contact with your teachers as you do for some other subjects.
Further Maths should be taken by anyone interested in taking a Mathematics based degree at university, such as Maths, Physics or Engineering. Although courses may not state Further Maths as an entry requirement, having this additional A Level can be a huge competitive advantage when applying.
A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics are linear 2 year courses. Both courses will be assessed separately by exams at the end of the 2 year course. As this results in 2 A level qualifications you will study the same content as A level Mathematics plus extra Further Mathematics topics. Some of the Further Mathematics topics are brand new; some extend upon the knowledge gained in A level Mathematics topics.
Core Algebra and functions; differentiation; integration; transformation of graphs; coordinate geometry; sequences and series; trigonometry; exponentials and logarithms; numerical methods for solving equations; vectors. Statistics Familiarity with a data set; Probability; sampling; data presentation and interpretation; binomial distribution; normal distribution; hypothesis testing. Mechanics Kinematics; forces and Newton’s laws; moments; projectiles.
Proof; complex numbers; matrices; further algebra and functions; further calculus; further vectors; polar coordinates; hyperbolic functions; differential equations…… Plus others to be confirmed.
Studying ALevel Further Maths can be extremely valuable if you wish to pursue a career in the following:
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 1: Numbers and the number system Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N1a, N1b, N10, N11, N17a, N18, N25, N27, N30b, N31a, N31b MyMaths lessons: Factors and primes, Multiples, Lowest common multiple, Multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100, Squares and cubes, Highest common factor 
Unit 2: Visualising and constructing Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G1, G10, G12, G12a MyMaths lessons: 2D and 3D shapes, Nets of 3D shapes, Lines and quadrilaterals, Tessellations 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 3: Calculating Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N3, N4, N13, N14, N15, N16, N17, N20, N22, N28a, N28b MyMaths lessons: Short and long multiplication, Short division, Multiply decimals by 10 and 100, Order of operations, More written methods 
Unit 4: Investigating properties of shapes Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G1, G11, G13, G14, G16, G17, G19 MyMaths lessons: Properties of triangles, Angle reasoning, Sum of angles in a polygon 
Assessment 1 (Units 14) 

Unit 5: Counting and comparing Key vocabulary:

Order positive and negative integers Order decimal numbers with up to 3 decimal places Identify common denominator Order a set of fractions Convert between improper fractions & mixed numbers Order set of numbers including mixture of fractions, decimals & negative numbers Use the inequality signs to compare numbers Make correct use of the symbols = and ≠ 
MathsWatch clip numbers: N2a, N2b, N18, N32, N34, N35 MyMaths lessons: Greater than and less than, Negative numbers 1, Ordering decimals, Starting to compare fractions, Improper and mixed fractions 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 6: Understanding Risk Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: P1, P2, P3 MyMaths lessons: Probability intro, Simple probability 
Unit 7: Calculating – Division Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N16, N28a, N28b MyMaths lessons: Short division, Introducing long division, Long division, Divide decimals by whole numbers, Dividing a decimal by a whole number 
Unit 8: Algebraic proficiency: tinkering Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A2, A3, A4, A6, A7a, A8, A10, N26 MyMaths lessons: Simplifying 1, Function machines, Rules and formulae, Substitution 1 
Unit 9: Exploring fractions, decimals and percentages Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N23a, N23b, N23c, N24a, N31, N35, N39a, N39b MyMaths lessons: Simple equivalent fractions, Equivalent fractions, Fractions to Decimals, Frac dec perc 1 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 10: Proportional reasoning Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: R1, R4, R5a, R5b, G28 MyMaths lessons: Ratio introduction, Ratio dividing 1, Metric conversion 
Assessment 2 (Units 110) 

Unit 11: Pattern searching Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A11a, N12 MyMaths lessons: Sequences, Arithmetic sequences, Geometric sequences 1 
Unit 12: Measuring space Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N7a, N7b, N7c, N8 MyMaths lessons: Money calculations, Converting measures, Imperial measures, Currency exchange 
Unit 13: Investigating angles Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G10a, G13, G14, G16 MyMaths lessons: Angle sums, Angle reasoning 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 14: Calculating Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N19a, N19b, N20 MyMaths lessons: Order of operations, Negative numbers 2 
Unit 15: Calculating fractions, decimals and percentages Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N24b, N32, N33, N36, N37, N41, N42a, N42b, R9b MyMaths lessons: Percentage of amounts 1, 2 and 3, Adding subtracting fractions, Multiply divide factions intro

Unit 16: Solving equations and inequalities Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A12, N26 MyMaths lessons: Equations 1 – one step, Equations 2 – multistep, Equations 4 – brackets

Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 17: Calculating space Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G9, G20a, G20b, G20c, G20d, G21a, G21b MyMaths lessons: Perimeter, Area of rectangles, Area of parallelogram, Area of a triangle, Area of a trapezium, Volume of cuboids 
END OF YEAR ASSESSMENT 

Unit 18: Mathematical movement Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G3, G4a, G4b, G5, G6, G7, A1b, A5 MyMaths lessons: Rotating shapes, Reflecting shapes, Translating shapes

Unit 19: Presentation of data Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: S1, S2, S3, S9 MyMaths lessons: Frequency tables and bar charts, Pictograms and bar charts, Drawing pie charts, Reading pie charts

Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 1: Numbers and the number system Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N30a, N30b, N31a, N31b MyMaths lessons: Factors and primes, Highest common factor, Lowest common multiple 
Unit 2: Calculating fractions, decimals and percentages Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N23b, N23c, N33, N35, N36, N37a, N37b, N39b, N41, N44, R9 MyMaths lessons: Adding subtracting fractions, Multiplying fractions, Dividing fractions, Percentage of amounts 3, Percentage change 1

Unit 3: Measuring data Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: S6, S7, S10 MyMaths lessons: Mean and mode, Median and range, Mean from frequency tables

Unit 4: Investigating angles Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G13, G17, G18, G19, G23 MyMaths lessons: Angles in parallel lines, Interior exterior angles

Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 5: Checking, approximating and estimating Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N27, N27a, N27b, N38, N43a, N43b MyMaths lessons: Rounding to 10 and 100, Rounding decimals, Decimal places, Solving problems by rounding, Significant figures, Estimation – introduction 
Assessment 1 (Units 15)  
Unit 6: Calculating Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N19a, N19b, N20, A10 MyMaths lessons: Negative numbers 2, Order of operations, Substitution 1

Unit 7: Visualising and constructing Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G15, G28, R6, A1 MyMaths lessons: Bearings, Plans and elevations, Scale drawing, Map scales, Enlarging shapes 
Unit 8: Algebraic proficiency: tinkering Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A6, A7a, A7b, A8, A9, A10, A13a, A13b MyMaths lessons: Simplifying 2, Single brackets, Factorising linear, Rearranging 1, Indices 1 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 9: Exploring fractions, decimals and percentages Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N23b, N32, N35 MyMaths lessons: Frac dec perc 2, Recurring decimals 
Assessment 2 (Units 19) 

Unit 10: Proportional reasoning Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: R1, R2, R8, R11a MyMaths lessons: Proportion introduction, Speed

Unit 11: Pattern searching Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A11a, A11b, A11c MyMaths lessons: Arithmetic sequences, Generating sequences

Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 12: Calculating fractions, decimals and percentages Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: R7, R9b, R12, N39a MyMaths lessons: Percentage change 1 and 2, Change as a percentage 
Unit 13: Solving equations and inequalities Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A12, A17, A19a, A19b MyMaths lessons: Equations 2 – multistep, Equations 3 – both sides, Equations 4 – brackets 
Unit 14: Calculating space Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G2, G21a, G22a, G22b, G24, G25a MyMaths lessons: Circumference of a circle, Area of a circle, Volume of cylinders 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 15: Algebraic proficiency: visualising Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A5, A14, A15, A21a MyMaths lessons: Plotting graphs 1 and 2 – lines, Gradient and intercept, y=mx+c, Real life graphs, Distance time graphs, Plotting graphs 3 – quadratics 
Unit 16: Understanding risk Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: P2b, P4, P5, P6 MyMaths lessons: Frequency trees, Venn diagrams 1, Listing outcomes, Probability revision 
END OF YEAR ASSESSMENT 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 17: Numbers and the number system Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N27, N38, N45 MyMaths lessons: Decimal places, Significant figures, Standard form large, Standard form small 
Unit 18: Presentation of data Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: S4, S5, S8 MyMaths lessons: Grouping data, Frequency polygons, Scatter graphs 
Unit 19: Measuring data Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: S10 MyMaths lessons: Median, Mode from frequency tables, Mean from frequency tables, Mean of grouped data 1 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 1: Calculating Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N25, N44, N45, N46 MyMaths lessons: Higher powers, Indices 1, Indices 2, Standard form large, Standard form small 
Unit 2: Investigating quadrilaterals Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G1, G11, G14, G19 MyMaths lessons: Lines and quadrilaterals, Angle sums, Angle reasoning, Sum of angles in a polygon

Unit 3: Visualising and constructing Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G26a, G26b, G26c, G27 MyMaths lessons: Plans elevations, Constructing triangles, Constructing shapes, Drawing loci

Assessment 1 (Units 13)  
Unit 4: Calculating fractions, decimals and percentages Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: N23b, N23c, N24, N332, N33, N35, N36, N37a, N37b, N39, N41, N42, R9, R12 MyMaths lessons: Adding subtracting fractions, Multiplying fractions, Dividing fractions, Percentages of amounts 3, Percentage change 1, Percentage change 2, Reverse percentages

Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 5: Algebraic proficiency: tinkering Key vocabulary: Inequality 

MathsWatch clip numbers: A6, A7a, A9, A17, A18 MyMaths lessons: Single brackets, Factorising linear, Brackets, Factorising quadratics 1, Identities 
Unit 6: Algebraic proficiency: visualising Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A1b, A5, A14b, A14c, A21a, A21b, R11 MyMaths lessons: Plotting graphs 2 – lines, y = mx + c, Distance time graphs, Real life graphs, Conversion graphs 
Unit 7: Proportional reasoning Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: R8, R11b, R13 MyMaths lessons: Similar triangles, Converting compound measures, Speed, Density 
Unit 8: Pattern searching Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A10, A1c, A22, A23 MyMaths lessons: Quadratic sequences, Generating sequences, Recognising sequences 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Assessment 2 (Units 18) 

Unit 9: Solving equations and inequalities Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A20a, A20b, A27 MyMaths lessons: Inequalities and intervals, Inequations 
Unit 10: Calculating space Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G30 MyMaths lessons: Pythagoras’ theorem, Pythagoras 3d 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 11: Conjecturing Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G31, R10 MyMaths lessons: Similar triangles, Congruent triangles 
Unit 12: Algebraic proficiency: visualising Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A14, A15, A28 MyMaths lessons: Plotting graphs 2 – lines, y = mx + c, Equation of a line 3, Plotting graphs 3 – quadratics 
Unit 13: Calculating Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G29 MyMaths lessons: Rounding and accuracy, Significant figures, Estimating calculations 1, Error intervals, Upper and lower bounds 1 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 14: Solving equations and inequalities Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: A24a, A24b, A26 MyMaths lessons: Solving simultaneous equations graphically, Simultaneous equations 1, Simultaneous equations 2 
Unit 15: Understanding risk Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: P7 MyMaths lessons: The OR rule, Independent probability, Dependent events, Relative frequency 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 16: Calculating space Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G2 MyMaths lessons: Arcs and sectors, Volume of cylinders 
END OF KEY STAGE ASSESSMENT 

Unit 17: Presentation of data Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: S8 MyMaths lessons: Grouping data, Scatter graphs, Line of best fit 
Unit 18: Formal symmetries and reflections Key vocabulary:


MathsWatch clip numbers: G3, G4a, G4b, G7, A1b, A4, A5, A14 MyMaths lessons: Reflecting shapes, Lines of symmetry, Rotation symmetry, Translating shapes, Rotating shapes, All transformations 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 1: Checking, approximating and estimating Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 1, 2, 3, 21, 31, 32, 90, 91, 92 MyMaths lessons: Decimal places, Significant figures, Estimating calculations1 
Unit 2: Calculating fractions, decimals and percentages Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 24, 25, 26, 40, 70, 71a, 71b, 72, 73, 74, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 108, 109, 110, 111, 164 MyMaths lessons: Adding subtracting fractions, Multiplying fractions, Dividing fractions, Percentages of amounts 4, Percentage change 1, Reverse percentages, Change as a Percentage 
Unit 3: Measuring space Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 46a, 46b, 22a, 22b, 112 MyMaths lessons: Time calculations, Units of length, Units of mass, Units of capacity, Metric conversion, Converting measures 
Unit 4: Investigating properties of shapes Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 75, 81, 124, 150a, 150b, 150c, 124, 168, 173, 217 MyMaths lessons: Pythagoras’ theorem, Pythagoras 3D, Trig missing angles, Trig missing sides 
Assessment 1 (Units 14) 

Unit 5: Numbers and the number system Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 28, 78, 79, 80 MyMaths lessons: Factors and Primes, Highest common factor, Lowest common multiple 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 6: Calculating Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 29, 81, 82, 83, 91, 131, 132, 154, 155, 188, 206 MyMaths lessons: Indices 1, Indices 2, Indices 3, Standard form large, Standard form small, Standard form calcs 
Unit 7: Algebraic proficiency: tinkering Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 33, 34, 35, 93, 94, 134a, 134b, 157, 158, 192, 210a MyMaths lessons: Simplifying , Single brackets, Brackets, Factorising Linear, Factorising quadratics 1, Factorising quadratics 2 
Unit 8: Mathematical movement Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 8, 11, 12a, 12b, 48, 49, 50, 148, 182 MyMaths lessons: Translating shapes, Reflecting shapes, Rotating shapes, Enlarging shapes, All transformations, Similar triangles 
Unit 9: Solving equations and inequalities Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 95, 100, 135a, 135b, 140, 162, 179, 180 MyMaths lessons: Equations 3 – both sides, Equations 4 – brackets, Simultaneous equations 1 & 2, Solving sim equations graphically, Iterative methods 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 10: Analysing statistics Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 62, 63, 129, 130a, 130b, 152, 176, 186, 187 MyMaths lessons: Sampling, Questionnaires, Frequency Polygons, Scatter graphs, Line of best fit, Cumulative frequency 1, Box and whisker plots 
Unit 11: Proportional reasoning Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 38, 39, 41, 42, 105, 106, 142, 143, 199 MyMaths lessons: Speed, Density, Converting compound measures, Direct proportion, Inverse proportion 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 12: Calculating space Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 53, 54, 55, 56, 117, 149, 167 MyMaths lessons: Circumference of a circle, Area of a circle, Arcs and sectors 
Assessment 2 (Units 111)  
Unit 13: Pattern searching Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 37, 102, 103, 104, 163, 213 MyMaths lessons: Geometric sequences 1, Arithmetic sequences, Quadratic sequences, Recognising sequences 
Unit 14: Solving equations and inequalities Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 138, 139, 198 MyMaths lessons: Inequalities and intervals, Inequations, Shading inequalities 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 15: Calculating space Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 114a, 114b, 115, 119, 144, 167, 170, 171, 172, 200 MyMaths lessons: Nets, Surface area, Volume of prisms, Volume of cylinders, Volume of cones and spheres, Area scale factor, Volume scale factor 
Unit 16: Investigating angles and conjecturing Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 120, 121, 122, 123, 166, 183, 184 MyMaths lessons: Angles in parallel lines, Circle theorems, Congruent triangles 
End of Year Assessment  
Unit 17: Algebraic proficiency: visualising Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 96, 97, 98, 99, 159a, 159b, 160, 161, 194, 197, 208 MyMaths lessons: Plotting graphs 1 & 2 – lines, y = mx + c, Equations of a line 2, Plotting graphs 3 – quadratics, Equations of circles 
Unit 18: Exploring fractions, decimals and percentages Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 76, 108, 109, 110, 111, 164, 177 MyMaths lessons: Percentage change 1 & 2, Compound interest, Depreciation, Recurring decimals 1 & 2 
Assessment Focus and Purpose  Key Concepts/Skills Assessed  Preparation/Key Areas to Revise 

Unit 19: Understanding risk Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 59, 60, 61, 125, 126, 127a, 127b, 151, 175, 185, 205 MyMaths lessons: Venn diagrams 1, Venn diagrams 2, Probability revision, The OR rule, Independent probability, Dependent events 
Unit 20: Solving equations and inequalities Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 157, 192 MyMaths lessons: Quadratic equations 1, Quadratic equations 2, Solving with graphs 
Unit 21: Mathematical movement Key Vocabulary


MathsWatch clip numbers: 174, 219 MyMaths lessons: Vectors 1 

Half term 1 
Half term 2 
Half term 3 
Half term 4 
Half term 5 
Half term 6 

Year 11 

Trial Exams 

Mock Exams 
External exams


Students also sit 6 practise exams throughout the year. 1 hour long. Sat in the classroom. Full papers. Corrections and completion of papers are done as ongoing homeworks 

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Half term 2 
Half term 3 
Half term 4 
Half term 5 
Half term 6 

Year 12 
Transition Tests 
Interim Assessment (Half Term 1 topics) 
Trial Exams 
Interim Assessment (Half Term 3 topics) 
Mock Exams 
End of year exams 
Year 13 
Transition Tests 
Interim Assessment (Half Term 1 topics) 
Trial Exams 
Interim Assessment (Half Term 3 topics) 
Mock and External exams 