MathsYear 7: Curriculum of study
Year 8: Curriculum of study*At KS3, students follow the above schemes of learning. These are based around ‘Key Performance Indicators’(KPI’s), which help us track whether students are on target, and help us intervene if student’s struggle with anyparticular topic.
Year 9 – 11: Curriculum of studyIn Year 9, students move onto a 3 year GCSE Scheme of Learning, at Foundation or Higher level, in preparationfor the EDEXCEL GCSE Grade 9-1 examination at the end of Year 11.
Homework & RevisionAs part of the United Learning Academy Trust, JSA students are automatically subscribed to ‘Hegarty Maths’, anonline Mathematics Learning Facility. Students are expected to complete weekly tasks set by the teacher, andmay also complete online learning in their own time as revision and to catch up on missed work.Students are also provided with Revision Guides and Workbooks when they enter into their final year of study.A Level
Supporting your childAs well as the general equipment required by your child, there are some specific pieces of equipment needed inmaths. Below is a list of maths equipment required every maths lesson, and the reasons why they need it:RED PEN – When students are taking key notes in maths, or copying model answers from the teacher, they mustuse a red pen.WHITEBOARD PEN – During maths lessons, students use mini-whiteboards to do their working out, and showteachers their answers.360 PROTRACTOR – Although using a 180 protractor is fine, it is much easier to measure angles using a 360 one!SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR – The calculator shown below is the recommended calculator that students are requiredto use from Y7 to Y11.Casio FX85GT Plus Scientific CalculatorPrices range from between 5 to 10Available online, many retailers and soon in the schoolshop.
Further informationIf you require any further information about the department please use the following the contact details:Chris PetersHead of MathsJohn Smeaton AcademySmeaton ApproachBarwick RdLeedsLS15 [email protected] 8313900
maths. Below is a list of maths equipment required every maths lesson, and the reasons why they need it: RED PEN – When students are taking key notes in maths, or copying model answers from the teacher, they must use a red pen. WHITEBOARD PEN – During maths lessons, studen
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PRIMARY MATHS SERIES SCHEME OF WORK – YEAR 6 This scheme of work is taken from the Maths — No Problem! Primary Maths Series, which is fully aligned with the 2014 English national curriculum for maths. It outlines the content and topic order of the series and indicates the level of depth needed to teach maths for mastery.
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Administering the Test There are two tests in Year 4: a mental maths test consisting of 20 marks and a written maths test consisting of 35 marks. It does not matter which one your child does first. Administering the mental maths test Give your child the Mental Maths Answer Sheet. hildren must only have a pencil for the mental maths test.
This scheme of work is taken from the Maths — No Problem! Primary Maths Series, which is fully aligned with the 2014 English national curriculum for maths. It outlines the content and topic order of the series and indicates the level of depth needed to teach maths for mastery. It can also help you and your school to plan and monitor progress.
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