Maths Curriculum Map


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Spring 1 
Spring 2 
Summer 1 
Summer 2 

Year 7 
Topic

Numeracy (16hrs) Mental and written methods of calculations. Place Value (inc decimals). Multiply and divide by 10s, 100s & 1000s. Equality and inequality symbols. 115 times tables. Division laws. Number properties 1 (16hrs) Add, subtract, multiply and divide (inc decimals) Order numbers (inc decimals & fraction) using appropriate symbols. Word problems 
Number properties 2(14hrs) Number pattern 11000 Squares, cubes, factors, multiples, primes. Prime factorisation to find LCM, HCF Geometry and measures (14 hrs) Draw, measure and name acute, obtuse and reflex angles Find unknown angles (straight lines, at a point, vertically opposite)

Algebra 1 (12hrs) Collecting like terms (inc indices). Substitution (inc fractions & decimals). Formulae Fractions, decimals & percentages (12hrs) Convert between percentages & fractions & decimals. Percentage of a quantity
Identify fraction of a shape.

Approximation (10hrs)
Rounding, significant figures and estimation. Algebra 2 (10hrs) Simplifying algebraic expressions (inc powers & brackets) Linear equations

Sequences graphs (14hrs) Sequences (term to term and nth term). Plot the graphs of simple linear functions. Solve problems and spot patterns in coordinates. Collecting & interpreting data (14hrs) Collecting & organising data. Construction & interpretation of graphs –pictograms, bar charts, line graphs) Interpret &compare Statistical representations using averages.

Proportion 1 (12hrs) Ratio (equivalent, of a quantity) Understand how to compare proportions when given a ratio of two quantities. Ratio and scale (12hrs)
Interpret scales on a range of measuring instruments. 

Skills

AO1: use and interpret notation correctly AO3: develop strategies for solving problems and use these strategies both in working within mathematics and in applying mathematics to practical contexts 
AO1: Recall &accurately carry out set tasks requiring multistep solutions.
Begin to draw simple conclusions & explain reasoning.

AO1: Use accurate notation AO2: Present information & results in a clear & organised way. AO3: develop strategies for solving problems and use these strategies in applying mathematics to practical contexts 
AO3: identify the necessary information to carry through tasks and solve mathematical problems and check results and consider whether they are sensible. AO1: Use accurate notation 
AO2: use& make accurate mathematical diagrams, tables and graphs. Present and interpret solutions/ findings in the context of the problem/task. AO1: recognise & describe patterns in numbers. 
AO3: develop strategies for solving problems and use these strategies in applying mathematics to practical contexts. AO2: constructs chains of reasoning to achieve a given result. 

Assessment

AO3: problem solving with number properties.

AO1: explain reasoning for selecting specific solutions.

AO3: applying algebra& FDP to practical contexts.

AO3: solve algebra & approximation problems including inverse operation.

AO2: make simple inferences by interpreting diagrams, tables and graphs. AO1:describe patterns through sequences. 
AO3: Applying ratios & proportion to practical contexts. AO2:Interpreting maps 

Year 8 
Topic

Algebra 3 (16hrs) Collecting like terms (inc indices). Substitution (inc formulae) Change the subject of a formula Expansion (inc double brackets) Function machines Algebraic proof Shape properties (16hrs) 2d shapes Reflection, rotation.
Sketching/drawing accurately, lines, parallel lines, perpendicular lines, right angles. Construct triangles.

Triangles & constructions (12 hrs) Congruence & similarity Accurately construct: triangles, perpendicular bisector, bisect angles. Recognise and use the perpendicular distance from a point to a line as the shortest distance to the line Pythagoras Theorem Transformations (14hrs) Transform and describe rotations. Transform and describe reflections, given a reflection line and equations of lines. Transform and describe enlargements with positive scale factors. Transform and describe translations. 
Probability (14hrs) Place events on a probability scale Create sample spaces Carry out experiments & analyse results Calculate missing probability Interpreting data(12hrs)
Draw & interpret a stem & leaf diagram, scatter graph, bar chart, pie chart. 
Circles (10hrs)
Identify and apply circle definitions and properties. Area and perimeter of compound shapes with circles.
Proportion 2 (10hrs) Direct and inverse proportion (inc graphically) Percentage change (inc compound interest) 
Solving equations & inequalities (14 hrs) Linear equation (brackets, roots, fractions) inequalities Constructing equations & inequalities
Plotting & sketching graphs (14 hrs)
Coordinatesfour quadrants.

Recap units (24hrs) Transition to GCSE 

Skills

AO3: Begin to solve more complex problems by breaking them into smaller steps or tasks, choosing and using efficient techniques for calculation, algebraic manipulation. AO1: investigate in a range of context, explaining &justifying methods. 
AO2: show understanding of situations by describing them mathematically. 
AO2: begin to explain reasons for selection and use of diagrams. AO1: draw simple conclusions & explain reasoning; suggest extensions to problems; conjecture and generalise

AO3: develop strategies for solving problems and use these strategies in applying mathematics to practical contexts.

AO2: Interpret, discuss & synthesise information. AO3: Begin to solve more complex problems by breaking them into smaller steps or tasks, choosing and using efficient techniques for calculation, algebraic manipulation. 


Assessment

AO1: Explain reasoning and justifying method for selecting specific solutions to solve shape properties. AO3: Applying algebra to practical contexts including formula.

AO2: understanding of transformations by describing them mathematically. AO1: generalise theorems and apply it to solve real life problems

AO2: make inferences by interpreting diagrams, tables and graphs accurately.
AO2: Investigate and analyse results from probability 
AO3: Begin to solve substantial problem involving proportion.

AO2: interpret synthesise information from linear graphs.
AO3: construct and solve more complex linear equations and inequalities by using efficient algebraic manipulation. 
End of year assessment of all the skills taught. 

Year 9 
Topic

Number properties 1 Multiply, division, addition & subtraction Order of operation Reciprocal Geometry and measures Angles between parallel lines. Number properties 2 Identify & use power of 10 power of 10 Powers & roots Algebra 1 Substitution in formulae: Perimeter & area of shapes, volume of standard prism, speed & density, unit pricing 
Fractions decimals percentages (FPD) Convert between (FPD) Use FPD to compare proportions Fraction & Percentage an amount Percentage Change Approximation Rounding to a given decimal place & significant figures Estimation Algebra 2 Simplifying equations Expansion Factorisation (inc quadratics) Linear equation Collecting & interpreting data Construct & interpret: frequency tables, twoway tables, venn diagrams, series time graphs. Stratified sample 
Sequences graphs Sequences: nth term (inc quadratics) Linear graphs Proportion 1 Ratio (equivalent, of a quantity) Understand how to compare proportions when given a ratio of two quantities. Ratio and scale Scale drawing Interpret map/model scale Bearing Shape properties Properties of regular polygons Congruency & similarity Construct triangles 
Algebra 3 Change the subject of a formula Algebraic proof Function machines Transformations Translation Reflection Enlargement Rotation Describe transformation Probability Carry out different experiments & analyse results Calculate missing probability 
Triangles & constructions Pythagoras Theorem Trigonometry Elevation & plan view Congruent triangles Interpreting data Draw and interpret pie charts, frequency diagrams, scatter diagrams, cumulative frequency, stem and leaf and box and whisker plots. Calculate the average from grouped data. Calculate the interquartile range from a list of data or a cumulative frequency curve. Circles Label parts of circle Area & circumference Area & perimeter of compound Circle theorems 
Proportion 2 Direct & inverse proportion (inc graphically and when given a formula) Percentage change Compound interest Solving equations & inequalities Linear equation (algebraically & graphically) Quadratic equation (graphically) Inequality (algebraically & graphically) Plotting & sketching graphs Draw straight line graph Draw quadratic, cubic, reciprocal, & exponential functions Use conversion and other similar graphs. 

Skills

AO1: make general statements, based on evidence produced and explain reasoning.
AO3: identify the necessary information to carry through tasks and solve mathematical problems and check results and consider whether they are sensible 
AO2: use & make accurate mathematical diagrams, tables and graphs. Present and interpret solutions/ findings in the context of the problemtask. AO3: solve more complex problems by breaking them into smaller steps or tasks, choosing and using efficient techniques for calculation, algebraic manipulation 
AO1: present a concise reasoned argument, using symbols, diagrams, graphs and related explanatory texts AO2: constructs chains of reasoning to achieve a given result. AO3: solve substantial problems by breaking them into simpler tasks, using a range of efficient techniques, methods & resources including ICT. 
AO3: Begin to solve more complex problems by breaking them into smaller steps or tasks, choosing and using efficient techniques for calculation, algebraic manipulation. AO1: show insight into mathematical structure by using patter & symmetry to justify generalisations, arguments or solutions 
AO1: accurately carry out multistep procedures requiring using correct mathematical processes. AO1: make more substantial general statements, based on evidence produced, and explain reasoning.
AO2: interpreting results back into real world context. 
AO2: represent problems and synthesise information in algebraic, geometric or graphical form; move from one form of presentation to another to gain a different perspective on the problem/task AO3: evaluate solutions to identify how they may have been affected by assumptions made. 

Assessment

AO1: apply algebra to solve and evaluate unknown variables from real life contexts.
AO3: problem solving with number properties geometry & measures.

AO2: make, interpret & communicate findings from any given data set.

AO3: Applying ratios & proportion to practical contexts. AO2:Interpreting maps 
AO3: construct and solve more complex linear equations and inequalities by using efficient algebraic manipulation. AO: Investigate and analyse results from probability 
AO1: generalise theorems and apply it to solve real life problems

AO3: Solve and evaluate substantial problems involving proportion and graphs.
AO2: construct and synthesise information algebraically and graphically. 

Year 10 
Topic

Number properties 1 (revision  7hrs) 4 operations with integers, decimals, fractions. Reciprocals  x by 0.2 is the same as divide by 5. BIDMAS Order FDP and surds. Finding a fraction half way between two others. Geo &Measures (5hrs) Angles in polygons. Properties of quadrilaterals. Convert between area and volume measures. Number properties 2 (5hrs) Indices Standard form Recurring decimals Surds Algebra 1 (7hrs) Substitution Perimeter, area & volume Compound measures FDP (5hrs) FDP conversions FDP of amount Percentage change 
Approximation (5hrs) Rounding & estimation Using a calculator Upper and lower bounds Specify error intervals Algebra 2 (5hrs) Simplify Factorise (including quadratic) Solve equations Collecting & interpreting data (4hrs) Set Theory & Venn diagrams Sampling data Sequences graphs (5hrs) Nth term (Lin + Quad). Link sequences & graphs. Recognise different types of sequences. Proportion 1 (5hrs) Simplify ratios Divide into a ratio Ratio in map scales Compare proportions given a ratio. Direct and inverse proportion. 
Ratio and Scale (5hrs) Bearings Similar shapes (L,A & V) Shape properties (4hrs) Construct triangles Congruency Prove properties of a triangle using Pythagoras. Algebra 3 (5hrs) Rearranging equations Function machines Inverse functions Composite functions Transformations (5hrs) Review 4 transformations Combine transformations Vector addition using column vectors Multiply a vector by a scalar.

Probability (5hrs) Conditional probability Tree diagrams Triangles & construction (5hrs) Pythagoras Trigonometry Recall values for trig ratios at specific degrees. Graphs of trig functions Interpreting data (4hrs) Always, sometimes and never true investigations on data.

Circles (5hrs) Area and circumference of a circle. Arc length & sector area. Circle theorems. Proportion 2 (5hrs) Graphs of direct and inverse proportion. Solve direct and inverse proportion questions numerically, algebraically and graphically. Iterative method. Real life graphs. Solving equations & inequalities (5hrs) Solve quadratics including completing the square. Solve equations using iterations. Construct various graphs. Simultaneous equations. Plotting and sketching graphs (5hrs) Transformations of graphs Area between a curve Speed, distance time graphs. Turning point of a quadratic graph. 
Revision


Skills

AO1: identifying significant variables, constraints within given problem. AO1: accurately carry out multistep procedures requiring using correct mathematical processes.

AO3: solve increasingly demanding problems & evaluate solutions; explore connections in mathematics across a range of context. AO1: accurately carry out multistep procedures requiring using correct mathematical processes.

AO2: interpreting results back into real world context. AO3: simplify a given context & making assumptions by recognising structures in & within the contexts provided. 
AO2: assess the validity of an argument & critically evaluate a given way presenting information. AO1: Appreciate the difference between mathematical explanation & experimental evidence 
AO1: accurately carry out multistep procedures requiring using correct mathematical processes. AO2: evaluate the rationality of a mathematical solution in the context & explain why a mathematical result ort conclusion does, or does not, make sense in the context. 


Assessment

AO1: apply algebra to solve and evaluate unknown variables from real life contexts

AO3: solve and evaluate increasingly demanding problems involving algebraic manipulation, direct & inverse proportion.

AO3: construct and solve more complex linear equations and inequalities by using efficient algebraic manipulation.

AO1: Apply the difference between mathematical explanation & experimental evidence with interpreting data including probability. 
AO1: Use accurate notation to solve substantial problems including algebraic manipulation, graphs and shapes.
AO2: Numerically, Algebraically and graphically evaluate solutions 


Year11 
Topic

Revision Based on personalised learning checklist and assessment data. Addressing weaknesses by class. 
Revision Based on personalised learning checklist and assessment data. Addressing weaknesses by class. 
Revision Based on personalised learning checklist and assessment data. Addressing weaknesses by class. 
Revision Based on personalised learning checklist and assessment data. Addressing weaknesses by class. 
Revision Based on personalised learning checklist and assessment data. Addressing weaknesses by class. 
Revision EXAM 