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Interactive lessons include a starter, main and plenary to engage all students and create pace and challenge throughout.

Including Algebraic Expressions, Algebraic Fractions, Equations, Formulae,, Functions, Graphical Functions, Inequalities, Linear Graphs, Proof, Quadratics,, Sequences, and Simultaneous Equations.

Including Averages, Collecting Data, Probability, Representing Data and Scatter Graphs

Including Accuracy, Decimals, Fractions, Indices, Negatives, Number Properties, Percentages, Place Value and Ratio and Proportion

Including 2D Shapes, 3D Shapes, Angles, Circles, Compound Measures, Constructions, Perimeter & Area, Similarity, Transformations, Trigonometry, Units and Volume and Surface Area

Throughout this mathematics lesson students learn how to derive the nth term for geometric sequences in the form...

Using the balance method students are taught how to solve two-step equations involving multiplications and divis...

Students learn about estimating the area under a curve using the trapezium rule. As learning progresses they in...

Students learn how to plot and calculate linear inequalities on a Cartesian axes. As learning progresses they a...

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Students learn how to use non-calculator methods to solve addition and subtraction problems involving standard f...

Students learn how to use the multiplication and division rules to simplify numbers written in index form. As l...

Students learn how to write indices with negative powers as fractions. This lesson builds on using the multipli...

Students learn how to convert between large numbers written in ordinary and standard form. As learning progress...

Students learn how to apply the interior and exterior angle properties of polygons to solve a variety of problem...

This lesson is intended to guide the class through discovering alternate, corresponding and interior angles in p...

Students practise problem solving with shape using reflective 24 hour times, properties of 2D shapes and investi...

Students learn how to apply the interior, alternate and corresponding angle properties in parallel lines. As th...

Students learn how to compare sets of data using box and whisker diagrams to measure the interquartile range and...

Students learn how to create a sample space diagram to find the probability of two or more events. As learning p...

Students learn how to create frequency trees from two-way tables and written descriptions. As learning progress...

Using real life data students learn how to draw and interpret line graphs. As learning progresses students learn...

Factorising Quadratics when A is not one

Expanding Brackets and Collecting Like Terms

Calculating lengths in similar shapes

Forming and Solving Quadratic Equations

Volume of Similar Shapes and Volume Scale Factor

Finding the nth term from a linear sequence

Solving Inequalities and Inequations

Solving linear equations involving fractions

Factorising Expressions

Solving Simultaneous Equations

Nth term from geometric sequences

October 1, 2018

Solving problems with angles in parallel lines is like solving a murder mystery. One clue leads on to the next and the next until the murderer is found. However, it doesn’t end there. The detectives need to explain their reasoning in court using the relevant laws and procedures should the murderer plead not guilty. If […]

September 10, 2018

An equation is when one expression, or term, is equal to another. To solve an equation means to find the value of the variable (represented by a letter) that makes the two expressions equal. There are two types of equations for secondary school mathematics, linear and none-linear. In this blog I write about how I […]

August 4, 2018

When learning how to simplify surds students need to understand the difference between a rational and irrational number. Rational numbers include integers and terminating and repeating decimals. They can be written as a fraction with both the numerator and denominator as integers. An irrational number is a number which, in its decimal form does not […]