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Students learn how to find the surface area of cubes and cuboids using nets and 3D drawings. As learning progre...

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Students use net drawings and 3D representations to calculate the surface area of prisms made from parallelogram...

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Students learn how to find the volume of cubes and cuboids using the area of the cross-section and depth. Lear...

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Students learn how to calculate the volume of a cone using the base area and perpendicular height. As learning ...

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Students learn how to calculate the curved surface area of a cone and total surface area of a cone by considerin...

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Students learn how to calculate the surface area and volume of a cylinder. As learning progresses students are ...

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Students learn how to calculate the volume and surface area of spheres using the formulae. As learning progress...

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Students learn how to calculate the surface area of spheres firstly by considering the net of a cuboid and later...

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Students investigate possible surface areas given a fixed volume of a prism. As learning progresses they consid...

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Students learn how to calculate the volume of prisms using the cross sectional area and depth. As learning prog...

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Students learn how to calculate the volume of a square based pyramid by considering the base area and one third ...

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March 4, 2018

There are three common ways to organise data that fall into multiple sets: two-way tables, frequency diagrams and Venn diagrams. Having blogged about frequency diagrams before I thought I would write about how to draw a Venn Diagram to calculate probabilities. Recapping Two-Way Tables This activity works well to review two-way tables from the previous […]February 25, 2018

Students learn how to find a percentage of an amount using calculator and non-calculator methods. As learning progresses they use decimal multipliers to find a percentage change and calculate a simple interest in financial mathematics. This topic follows on from Fractions, Decimals and Percentages and takes place in Year 8 Term 5. Calculations with Percentages […]February 16, 2018

Back in May 2017 maths teachers around the country eagerly awaited the first exam for the new GCSE Mathematics syllabus. Proving geometrical relationships using algebra featured at grade 9. In Paper 1 of Edexcel’s test paper the last question of the higher tier looked like this. Edexcel wrote about student’s performance on this question in […]