Topics in Year 7 
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Autumn Half Term 1 
Topic
Prime Numbers, HCF and LCM Negative Numbers Approximation and Estimation 
Pages
4 to 15 28 to 44 60 to 72 
Additional Resources
Adding/Subtracting Negatives Multiplying/Dividing Negatives Operations with Decimals 
Autumn Half Term 2
Algebra and Algebraic Manipulation
Forming and solving equations 
Textbook Pages
82 to 99 101 to 126 
Spring Half Term 1
Basic Geometry
Geometrical Constructions Functions and linear graphs 
Textbook Pages
254 to 266 320 to 334 134 to 168 
Spring Half Term 2
Simple inequalities
Percentages 
Textbook Pages
126 to 130 194 to 221 
Revision List for Year 7 Summer Exam
1. Primes, H.C.F, L.C.M
I can distinguish between a prime number and a composite number
I can use a simple divisibility rule
I can express a composite number as a product of its prime factors
I can find square and cube roots by using prime factorisation or by estimation
I can find the Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple of two numbers
I can solve problems involving HCF and LCM in context
2. Order of operations
I understand the operations of multiplication and division must be performed before addition and subtraction.
I can evaluate expressions containing different operations.
I understand that a fraction line means division and can remove the need for brackets
I can insert a pair of brackets to make a statement correct
3. Negative numbers
I can use negative numbers, rational numbers and real numbers in a real world context
I can represent negative numbers on a number line
I am able to place positive and negative numbers in order
I can perform addition, subtraction, multiplication and division on positive and negative numbers.
4. Fractions, decimals and percentages
I can convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions
I can add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions and decimals, including negative numbers
I understand the effect of multiplying or dividing by a number less than 1
I can convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.
I can express one quantity as a percentage of another
I am able to compare two quantities by percentage
I can calculate the result of percentage increase or decrease
I can express increase and decrease as a percentage change
I can solve problems involving reverse percentage
I can solve problems involving discount and VAT, profit and loss
5. Rounding and estimation
I can round off numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000 etc…. and to the nearest whole number
I can round off numbers to a required number of decimal places
I can round off numbers to a required number of significant figures
I can use estimation to perform calculation
6. Algebraic manipulation
I can evaluate algebraic expressions
I can add and subtract linear expressions
I can expand and simplify linear expressions
7. Forming and solving equations
I can solve equations in one variable
I can evaluate an unknown in a formula
I can formulate linear equations to solve word problems 8. Inequalities
I understand why we need inequalities in real life
I can represent inequalities on a number line
I can solve simple linear inequalities
9. Angles, triangles and constructions
I can identify acute, right, obtuse and reflex angles
I can identify angles on a straight line, angles at a point, vertically opposite angles, corresponding angles, alternate angles and interior angles
I can solve problems using all of the above including problems where I need to add an extra parallel line
I can identify different types of triangles and state their properties
I can solve problems involving the properties of triangles
I can use a protractor to measure and draw angles
I can construct perpendicular bisectors, angle bisectors and triangles using compasses, a ruler and a protractor where appropriate.
10. Cartesian coordinates and linear functions
I can state the coordinates of points on a Cartesian plane
I can plot points on a Cartesian plane given the coordinates
I can draw the graph of a linear function by finding a table of values
I understand what gradient means
I can find the gradient of a straight line
I can state the y intercept of a straight line
I understand that parallel lines have the same gradient
I can write down the equation of a straight line as
I can identify different lines given the equations
11. Number sequences and number patterns
I understand what a number sequence is
I can find a formula for the general term of a linear arithmetic sequence
I can solve problems involving number patterns including triangle numbers, square numbers and cube numbers
I can distinguish between a prime number and a composite number
I can use a simple divisibility rule
I can express a composite number as a product of its prime factors
I can find square and cube roots by using prime factorisation or by estimation
I can find the Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple of two numbers
I can solve problems involving HCF and LCM in context
2. Order of operations
I understand the operations of multiplication and division must be performed before addition and subtraction.
I can evaluate expressions containing different operations.
I understand that a fraction line means division and can remove the need for brackets
I can insert a pair of brackets to make a statement correct
3. Negative numbers
I can use negative numbers, rational numbers and real numbers in a real world context
I can represent negative numbers on a number line
I am able to place positive and negative numbers in order
I can perform addition, subtraction, multiplication and division on positive and negative numbers.
4. Fractions, decimals and percentages
I can convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions
I can add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions and decimals, including negative numbers
I understand the effect of multiplying or dividing by a number less than 1
I can convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.
I can express one quantity as a percentage of another
I am able to compare two quantities by percentage
I can calculate the result of percentage increase or decrease
I can express increase and decrease as a percentage change
I can solve problems involving reverse percentage
I can solve problems involving discount and VAT, profit and loss
5. Rounding and estimation
I can round off numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000 etc…. and to the nearest whole number
I can round off numbers to a required number of decimal places
I can round off numbers to a required number of significant figures
I can use estimation to perform calculation
6. Algebraic manipulation
I can evaluate algebraic expressions
I can add and subtract linear expressions
I can expand and simplify linear expressions
7. Forming and solving equations
I can solve equations in one variable
I can evaluate an unknown in a formula
I can formulate linear equations to solve word problems 8. Inequalities
I understand why we need inequalities in real life
I can represent inequalities on a number line
I can solve simple linear inequalities
9. Angles, triangles and constructions
I can identify acute, right, obtuse and reflex angles
I can identify angles on a straight line, angles at a point, vertically opposite angles, corresponding angles, alternate angles and interior angles
I can solve problems using all of the above including problems where I need to add an extra parallel line
I can identify different types of triangles and state their properties
I can solve problems involving the properties of triangles
I can use a protractor to measure and draw angles
I can construct perpendicular bisectors, angle bisectors and triangles using compasses, a ruler and a protractor where appropriate.
10. Cartesian coordinates and linear functions
I can state the coordinates of points on a Cartesian plane
I can plot points on a Cartesian plane given the coordinates
I can draw the graph of a linear function by finding a table of values
I understand what gradient means
I can find the gradient of a straight line
I can state the y intercept of a straight line
I understand that parallel lines have the same gradient
I can write down the equation of a straight line as
I can identify different lines given the equations
11. Number sequences and number patterns
I understand what a number sequence is
I can find a formula for the general term of a linear arithmetic sequence
I can solve problems involving number patterns including triangle numbers, square numbers and cube numbers