Term 1.1 
 Measure line segments and angles accurately and use them with scale drawing and bearings.
 Calculate the areas of triangles, parallelograms, trapezia and composite shapes.
 Describe and transform shapes using reflections, rotations, translations (described as 2D vectors) and enlargements (including fractional and negative scale factors) and to identify combinations of transformations.
 Know how to use experimental data to estimate probabilities. Calculate theoretical probabilities using the idea of equally likely events and experimental probabilities. Recognise mutually exclusive and exhaustive events and know that the probability of these add to 1.
ASSESSMENT
 Topic tests.
 Next steps and exam type questions.
HOMEWORK
 Minimum of one written homework per week..

Term 1.2 
 Use approximate values to estimate calculations and check answers obtained from a calculator. Look at how an amount has been rounded and work out the upper and lower bounds for the original answer.
Solve problems involving speed and density.
 Use algebraic notation and simplify expressions by collecting like terms. Be able to substitute numbers into formulae and expressions.
Understand and use the laws of indices. Multiply and factorise over a single bracket. Understand how to simplify, add, subtract and multiply algebraic fractions.
 Solve linear equations and inequalities including when the unknown is on both sides and display the answer on a number line.
 Solve quadratic equations, linear and quadratic simultaneous equations, using trial and improvement.
ASSESSMENT
 Topic tests.
 Next steps and exam type questions.
 Cumulative test.
HOMEWORK
 Minimum of one written homework per week.

Term 2.1 
 Calculate the area and circumference of a circle and composite shapes involving circles, find arc lengths, angles and areas of sectors.
 Prove and apply circle theorems. Use compass constructions to solve problems involving loci.
 Express proportions of amounts as fractions or percentages and to divide into a given ratio.
 Calculate percentage increases and decreases and the original value of quantity that has undergone a percentage increase or decrease.
ASSESSMENT
 Topic tests.
 Next steps and exam type questions.
HOMEWORK
 Minimum of one written homework per week.

Term 2.2 
 Know and use the language of prime numbers, factors and multiples. Write a number as the product of its primes, find the HCK and LCM of a pair of integers, find and estimate the square and cubed root and apply the laws of indices. Simply expressions involving surds.
 Substitute values into formulae and know how to rearrange to change the subject. know how to write an equation to represent a function, find the inputs, outputs and inverse of a function.
 Use the terms expression, equation, formula, identity, inequality, term and factor. know how to expand and factorise quadratics.
ASSESSMENT
 Topic tests.
 Next steps and exam type questions.
 Cumulative test.
HOMEWORK
 Minimum of one written homework per week.

Term 3.1 
 Find and interpret the gradient and yintercept of a line and relate these to the equation of the form y=mx+c hence identifying parallel and perpendicular lines.
Draw line graphs and quadratic curves to identify roots, intercepts and turning points using graphical and algebraic methods.
Use graphs to solve problems involving distance speed and acceleration.
 Draw and interpret plans and elevations of 3D shapes. Calculate the volume and surface areas of cubiods and prisms.
 Know and apply the relationship between lengths, areas and volumes of similar shapes.
ASSESSMENT
 Topic tests.
 Next steps and exam type questions.
HOMEWORK
 Minimum of one written homework per week.

Term 3.2 
 Use frequency tables to represent grouped data. Use these to construct histograms with equal or unequal class widths. Calculate summary statistics from a grouped frequency table.
 Plot scatter graphs and recognise correlation, draw lines of best fit and use them to make predictions.
 Perform calculations involving roots and indices (including negative and fractional indices), fractions, surds and pi.
 Work with numbers in standard form.
ASSESSMENT
 Topic tests.
 Next steps and exam type questions.
 Summer progress exam.
HOMEWORK
 Minimum of one written homework per week.
