Autumn Term 1Area and Perimeter- Perimeter of compound shapes - Area of compound shapes - Circumferences and areas of circles - Area of parallelograms and trapezia - Find perimeters and areas of sectors of circles Volume and surface area- Vocabulary: cube, cuboid, prism, pyramid, cylinder, sphere. cone, face, edge and vertex - Surface area of simple shapes - Surface area of a cylinder - Volume of right prisms - Convert between units of volume within the metric system |
Autumn Term 2Direct proportion- Problems involving direct proportion - The algebra of direct proportion - Graphical representation of direct proportion Quadratic expressions- Expand the product of two linear expressions - Quadratic expressions - Factorise monic quadratics - Solve quadratic equations by factorisation form |

Spring Term 1Pythagoras- Pythagoras’ Theorem in two and three dimensions Simultaneous equationsExact solution of two simple equations with two unknowns- - Solve simultaneous equations word problems - Interpret the equations as lines and the common solution as the point of intersection |
Spring Term 2Trigonometry- Sine, cosine and tangent of acute angles Transformations of Shapes- Rotations, specified by a centre and angle - Reflections, specified by a mirror line - Translations are specified by distance and direction JMC preparation |

Summer Term 1Congruence and similarity- Similar figures and the relationships between lengths - Congruence as meaning the same shape and size - Interpret maps and scale drawings - Convert measurements within the metric system - Areas of similar figures are in the ratio of the square of corresponding sides Exam preparationExam week |
Summer Term 2Probabilities- Language of probability, outcomes, equal, likelihood, events, random - Probability scale - Estimates or measures of probability from theoretical models - Sample space - Systematic listing of outcomes - Estimate probabilities from previously collected data - Calculate the probability of the complement of an event happening use the addition rule of probability for mutually exclusive events - Expected frequency. |

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