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Factorising Quadratics ax^2 + bx + c

Students learn how to factorise quadratics in the form ax2 + bx + c involving positive and negative terms into t...

Factorising Quadratics

Students learn how to factorise quadratics in the form x2 + bx + c into two brackets with a mixture of negative ...

Factorising Expressions

Students learn how to factorise algebraic expressions using the highest common factor and basic algebraic notati...

Expanding Quadratics

Students learn how to expand the product of two brackets using the 'FOIL' method.  As learning progresses they...

Collecting Like Terms

Students learn how to simplify algebraic expressions by collecting like terms using basic algebraic notation.  A...

Simplifying Algebraic Products

Students learn how to simplify algebraic products using the rules of indices and basic algebraic notation.  As l...

Rounding to a Decimal Place

Students learn how to round a number to a given decimal place using place value.  As learning progresses they mo...

Rounding to Significant Figures

Students learn how to round a number to a significant figure using number lines and place value.  As learning pr...

Rounding to the Nearest Power of Ten

Students learn how to round any number to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000. As learning progresses students begin to...

Limits of Accuracy

Students learn how to calculate the limits of accuracy of rounded numbers.  As learning progresses they are chal...

Estimating Solutions by Rounding

Students learn how to estimate solutions by rounding numbers to a significant figure.  As learning progresses st...

Calculations with Limits of Accuracy

Students learn how to find the limits of accuracy in calculations using the upper and lower bounds of different ...

Mr Mathematics Blog

Area of Compound Shapes

https://youtu.be/qbl0d8ofRwc To find the area of compound shapes students need to understand what the word compound means.  Therefore, I ask students to discuss in pairs a definition for the word compound and to extend it to include the shapes below.  As a result of their learning in science students agree that a compound can be […]

Priorities for the Spring Term

At the start of the Spring Term these are three main priorities for me as the Head of Mathematics.

Mutually Exclusive Outcomes and Events

I teach mutually exclusive outcomes directly after students have encountered Venn diagrams. This is the fifth Year 8 Probability lesson.