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Head of Department: Mr Shahel Uddin

Second In-Charge:Ms Shahanaz Begum

Head of Key Stage 3: Mr Abu Naser

Head of Key Stage 4: Mr Jilur Rahman

Head of Key Stage 5: Ms Shamso Duale and Ms Sajadha Akhtar

 

Key Stage 3 (Year 7-9)

Year 7:

Foundation:

Unit 1: Analysing & Displaying data

Unit 2: Number Skills

Unit3: Expressions, functions and formulae

Unit4: Decimals & measures

Unit 5: Fractions

Unit 6: Probability

Unit 7: Ratio and proportion

Unit 8: Lines and angles

Unit 9: Sequences and graphs

Unit 10: Transformations

Higher:

Unit 1: Analysing & Displaying data

Unit 2: Number Skills

Unit3: Expressions, functions

and formulae

Unit4: Fractions

Unit 5: Angles and shapes

Unit 6: Decimals

Unit 7: Equations

Unit 8: Multiplicative reasoning

Unit 9: Perimeter, area and volume

Unit 10: Sequences and graphs

Year 8:

Foundation:

Unit 1: Number

Unit 2: Area and volume

Unit4: Expressions and equations

Unit5: Real life graphs

Unit 6: Decimals and ratio

Unit 7: Lines and angles

Unit 8: Calculating with fractions

Unit 9: Lines and angles

Unit 10: Straight line graphs

Unit 3: Fractions, decimals and %

Higher:

Unit 1: Factors and powers

Unit 2: Working with powers

Unit3: 2D shapes and 3D solids

Unit4: Real life graphs

Unit 5: Transformations

Unit 6: Fractions, decimals and %

Unit 7: Constructions and Loci

Unit 8: Probability

Unit 9: Scale drawings and measures

Unit 10: Graphs

Year 9:

Foundation

Unit 1: Integers and place values

Unit 2: algebra and the basics

Unit 3: Charts tables and graphs

Unit 4: Fractions decimals and Percentages

Unit 5: equations and inequalities

Unit 6: angles and parallel lines

Unit 7: Averages and Statistics

Unit 8: Area, Perimeter and Volume

Higher

Unit 1: Factors, Multiples and primes

Unit 2: standard form and surds

Unit 3: algebra and the basics

Unit 4: averages and Range

Unit 5: Fractions Decimal and Percentages

Unit 6: Ratio and Proportion

Unit 7 : angles and parallel lines

Unit 8: Pythagoras and trigonometry

Unit 9: Linear and quadratic graphs

 

Key Stage 4 (Year 10-11)

Year 10:

Foundation

Unit 9: Graphs

Unit 10: Transformations

Unit 11: Ratio and proportions

Unit 12: Pythagoras and Trigonometry

Unit 13: Probability

Unit 14: Multiplicative Reasoning

Unit 15: Plans and elevations

Unit 16: Quadratic equations

Higher

Unit 10: Area, perimeter and circles

Unit 11: accuracy and bounds

Unit 12: Transformations

Unit 13: solving quadratics

And simultaneous equations

Unit 14: Inequalities

Unit 15 Probability

Unit 16: Multiplicative reasoning

Year 11:

Foundation

Unit 1: Factors, Multiples and primes

Unit 2: Equations and inequalities

Unit 3: Fractions, Decimals and percentages

Unit 4: Ratio and proportions

Unit 5: Area, perimeter and volume

Unit 6: Pythagoras, Trigonometry 2

Unit 7: Transformation 2

Unit 8: Averages and Statistics

Unit 9: Circles cylinders and cones

Unit 10: Indices and standard form

Unit 11: similarity and congruence

Unit 12: Vectors

Unit 13: Simultaneous equations

Unit 14: Rearranging Equations

Unit 15: Quadratic Equations 2

Higher

Unit 1: Similarity and congruence.

Unit 2: Graphs and trigonometric functions

Unit 3: Cumulative Frequency

Unit 4 : Box plots and histograms

Unit 5: Quadratic, sketching circles cubes reciprocals.

Unit 6: Circle theorems

Unit 7: Algebraic Fractions

Unit 8: changing the subject of a formula.

Unit 9: Rationalising surds and proofs

Unit 10: Vectors and geometric proofs

Unit 11: Exponentials. Series. Geometric

Unit 12: Gradient and area under graphs

Unit 13: Direct and inverse proportions

Unit 14: Iterations

KS5

Year 12 & 13:

Mathematics A-Level: Students study a variety of topics across the two years of A Level Mathematics.

The Pearson Edexcel Level 3 Advanced GCE in Mathematics consists of three externally examined papers.

Students must complete all assessment in May/June in any single year.

Paper 1: Pure Mathematics 1 – Written examination: 2 hours (calculator)

33.33% of the qualification

100 marks

Content:

Proof; algebra and functions; coordinate geometry in the (x, y) plane; sequences and series; trigonometry; exponentials and logarithms; differentiation; integration and vectors.

Paper 2: Pure Mathematics 2 – Written examination: 2 hours (calculator)

33.33% of the qualification

100 marks

Content:

Proof; algebra and functions; coordinate geometry in the (x, y) plane; sequences and series; trigonometry; differentiation; integration and numerical methods.

Paper 3: Statistics and Mechanics – Written examination: 2 hours (calculator)

33.33% of the qualification

100 marks

The paper comprises of two sections: section A (statistics) and section B (mechanics).

Content:

Section A – Statistical sampling; data presentation and interpretation; probability; statistical distributions and statistical hypothesis testing.

Section B – Quantities and units in mechanics, kinematics, forces and newton’s laws and moments.

Further Mathematics A-Level: Students study a variety of topics across the two years of A Level Further Mathematics.

The Pearson Edexcel Level 3 Advanced GCE in Further Mathematics consists of four externally examined papers.

Students must complete all assessment in May/June in any single year.

Paper 1: Further Pure Mathematics 1 – Written Examination: 1 hour and 30 minutes (calculator)

25% of the qualification

75 marks

Content:

Proof; complex numbers; matrices; further algebra and functions; further calculus and further vectors.

Paper 2: Further Pure Mathematics 2 – Written Examination: 1 hour and 30 minutes (calculator)

25% of the qualification

75 marks

Content:

Complex numbers; further algebra and functions; further calculus, polar coordinates, hyperbolic functions and differential equations.

Paper 3: Further Mathematics Option 1 – Written Examination: 1 hour and 30 minutes (calculator)

25% of the qualification

75 marks

Students take one of the following options:

3A: Further Pure Mathematics 3

3B: Further Statistics 1

3C: Further Mechanics 1

3D: Decision Mathematics 1

Paper 4: Further Mathematics Option 2 – Written Examination: 1 hour and 30 minutes (calculator)

25% of the qualification

75 marks

Students take one of the following options:

4A: Further Pure Mathematics 4

4B: Further Statistics 1

4C: Further Statistics 2

4D: Further Mechanics 1

4E: Further Mechanics 2

4F: Decision Mathematics 1

4G: Decision Mathematics 2