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Autumn Half Term 1
Topic
Powers and Indices Quadratic Graphs Distributions and Averages Percentages 
Textbook Chapter
10 2 3 8 
Autumn Half Term 2
Topic
Equations with Fractions Similarity Speed, Distance and Time Gradients and Rates Cumulative Frequency Trigonometry Changing the Subject 
Textbook Chapter
6 and 23  12 18 14 22 and 30 19 
Spring Half Term 1
Topic
Large and Small Numbers Equations of Linear Graphs Quadratic Expressions and Equations 
Textbook Chapter
22 and 30 19 
Spring Half Term 2
Topic
Linear Inequalities Simultaneous Equations Cubic Graphs 
Textbook Chapter
21 25 26 
Summer Half Term 1
Topic
Handling Data Transformations Volume and Surface Area of Pyramids Surface Area of Cones 
Textbook Chapter

A case study in the importance of percentages: so how much is the UK duty on Wine?
It’s £2.16 on a bottle of still wine and it’s £2.77 on a bottle of sparkling wine – and that’s before 20% VAT. Retailers calculate their margin on that additional cost, so the difference then becomes even greater. UK wine drinkers are already the second most heavily taxed in Europe, only beaten by Ireland. It is unfortunate that wine drinkers are perceived as an easy target in order to reap more tax revenue for successive governments.
With the average selling price of a bottle of wine in the UK at £5.39, this means that around 65% of the cost of that bottle is now consumed in tax. In Britain, just 60p is the cost of the wine itself!
It’s £2.16 on a bottle of still wine and it’s £2.77 on a bottle of sparkling wine – and that’s before 20% VAT. Retailers calculate their margin on that additional cost, so the difference then becomes even greater. UK wine drinkers are already the second most heavily taxed in Europe, only beaten by Ireland. It is unfortunate that wine drinkers are perceived as an easy target in order to reap more tax revenue for successive governments.
With the average selling price of a bottle of wine in the UK at £5.39, this means that around 65% of the cost of that bottle is now consumed in tax. In Britain, just 60p is the cost of the wine itself!
Year 9 Revision List for Summer Exam

Numbers:
1. Indices
I understand the effect of adding, subtracting and multiplying indices
2. Percentages
I am able to perform successive percentage changes
I am able to calculate compound interest
I can find the amount before percentage change
3. Standard form
I am able to convert numbers to and from standard form
I am able to use a calculator to work with numbers in standard form
4. Speed, distance and time
I know the relationship between speed, distance and time
I can perform calculations involving speed, distance and time
I understand that a gradient represents a rate of change
Algebra:
1. Quadratic and cubic graphs
I know what a quadratic graph looks like
I am able to obtain values of quadratic function, using TABLE function on calculator
I am able to plot points and draw parabola
I can recognise and use symmetry of parabola
I am able to use graph of quadratic function to find solutions to equations
I am able to use graphs of quadratic function solve problems
I can use the graph of a cubic function to find solutions of equations
2. Solving equations with fractions
I can solve equations involving fractions
I am able to form fractional equations to solve problems
3. Factorising, forming and solving quadratic equations
I am able to expand two brackets
I am able to factorise quadratic expression
I am able to solve simple quadratic equations by factorising
I can solve problem by forming a quadratic equations
4. Change of subject
I am able to change the subject of simple formulas
5. Linear equations, with parallel and perpendicular lines
I am able to work with equations of lines in the form
I can find the equation of a line parallel or perpendicular to a given line.
I can rearrange linear equation into or
6. Inequalities
I can solve simple linear inequalities
I know the effect of multiplying and dividing by a negative number in inequalities
I am able to solve combined inequalities
Shapes and space:
1. Area and volume of similar shapes
I understand what is meant by similarity
I am able to find unknown lengths in similar shapes
2. Trigonometry
I understand that trigonometry is the study of the ratio between angle and sides
I can use different trigonometric functions to solve two dimensional problems
3. Transformation of objects
I understand the meaning of translation, rotation, reflection and enlargement
I can translate, rotate, reflect and enlarge an object
I can describe a transformation given the object and image
Statistics:
1. Cumulative frequency graph, box plot and grouped frequency table I understand what is meant by cumulative frequency
I am able to draw and interpret cumulative frequency graph
I know what is meant by quartiles and interquartile range
I am able to use graph to find median and quartiles
I can draw and interpret boxandwhisker plots
I can construct and interpret grouped frequency table
I am able to identify modal group
I am able to use mid interval values to obtain estimate of mean
1. Indices
I understand the effect of adding, subtracting and multiplying indices
2. Percentages
I am able to perform successive percentage changes
I am able to calculate compound interest
I can find the amount before percentage change
3. Standard form
I am able to convert numbers to and from standard form
I am able to use a calculator to work with numbers in standard form
4. Speed, distance and time
I know the relationship between speed, distance and time
I can perform calculations involving speed, distance and time
I understand that a gradient represents a rate of change
Algebra:
1. Quadratic and cubic graphs
I know what a quadratic graph looks like
I am able to obtain values of quadratic function, using TABLE function on calculator
I am able to plot points and draw parabola
I can recognise and use symmetry of parabola
I am able to use graph of quadratic function to find solutions to equations
I am able to use graphs of quadratic function solve problems
I can use the graph of a cubic function to find solutions of equations
2. Solving equations with fractions
I can solve equations involving fractions
I am able to form fractional equations to solve problems
3. Factorising, forming and solving quadratic equations
I am able to expand two brackets
I am able to factorise quadratic expression
I am able to solve simple quadratic equations by factorising
I can solve problem by forming a quadratic equations
4. Change of subject
I am able to change the subject of simple formulas
5. Linear equations, with parallel and perpendicular lines
I am able to work with equations of lines in the form
I can find the equation of a line parallel or perpendicular to a given line.
I can rearrange linear equation into or
6. Inequalities
I can solve simple linear inequalities
I know the effect of multiplying and dividing by a negative number in inequalities
I am able to solve combined inequalities
Shapes and space:
1. Area and volume of similar shapes
I understand what is meant by similarity
I am able to find unknown lengths in similar shapes
2. Trigonometry
I understand that trigonometry is the study of the ratio between angle and sides
I can use different trigonometric functions to solve two dimensional problems
3. Transformation of objects
I understand the meaning of translation, rotation, reflection and enlargement
I can translate, rotate, reflect and enlarge an object
I can describe a transformation given the object and image
Statistics:
1. Cumulative frequency graph, box plot and grouped frequency table I understand what is meant by cumulative frequency
I am able to draw and interpret cumulative frequency graph
I know what is meant by quartiles and interquartile range
I am able to use graph to find median and quartiles
I can draw and interpret boxandwhisker plots
I can construct and interpret grouped frequency table
I am able to identify modal group
I am able to use mid interval values to obtain estimate of mean
If you are using the CGP revision guide (Edexcel version) to look over some aspects of Year 9 work, the relevant parts are highlighted on this copy of the table of contents.
Historical Year 9 Work
Some Year 9s have been working on presenting bombproof arguments to explain solutions to problems.
Check out their efforts below!
Check out their efforts below!


