At the start of this unit students learn about the difference between congruent and similar shapes. They use this knowledge to both perform and describe reflections, rotations, translations and enlargements on a grid. As learning progress they are challenged to describe a combination of transformations using the correct terminology.
Problem solving lesson on two-way tables and frequency trees.
Three typical exam questions to revise on plotting quadratic, cubic and reciprocal graphs.
Linking cumulative frequency graphs to ratio, percentages and financial mathematics.