Maths
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To spark numerical ingenuity, confidence and fluency by creating, challenging and championing your mathematical understanding.
The Maths Team  

Miss G Scott  Director of Learning 
Mr J Rowe  Leading Teacher 
Mr A AndersonSpratt  Teacher of Maths 
Mrs A Bradley  Teacher of Maths 
Mrs M Carter  Teacher of Maths 
Mr S Hemsley  Teacher of Maths 
Mr J Pickering  Teacher of Maths 
Mrs A Welsh  Teacher of Maths 
Mr P Wood  Teacher of Maths 
Key Stage 3
Foundation 
Higher 
Year 7 



Year 8 



Key Stage 4
Year 9 

G1 Angles N1  Whole numbers (6) P1  Pie Charts N2 Directed numbers G2  Drawing and constructing 2D shapes A1  Intro to algebra G3  Properties of shapes N4  Patterns and sequences N4  Add and subtract fractions A2  Expand and factorise single brackets 
N1  Accuracy G1  Angles A1  Algebraic manipulation N2  Factors and multiples G2  Angles in polygons R1  Ratio as fractions S1  Collecting data A2  Quadratic expressions N3  Adding and subtracting fractions G3  Pythagoras theorem 
G4  Reading scales N5  Multiplying and dividing fractions N6  Decimals P2  Collecting data P3  Charts and graphs N7  Percentages A3  Expand the product of two binomials A4  Linear equations G5  Angles in triangles and quadrilaterals G6  3D shapes 
R2  Ratio and problem solving S2  Sampling A3  Patterns and sequences N4  Multiply and divide fractions G4  Perimeter and area A4  Solving linear equations S3  Charts and graphs N5  Standard form S4  Mean R3  Numerical proportion 
N8  Properties of number N9  Ratio and proportion G7  Pythagoras theorem P4  Averages P5  Probability G8  Perimeter and area N10  Percentages G9  Coordinates 
N6  Fractions and decimals R4  Direct and inverse proportion S5  Median and interquartile range G5  Coordinates A5  Simultaneous equations S6  Probability 
Year 10 

N10  Using a calculator G8 – Trigonometry A3  Line Graphs P6  Scatter graphs A4  Powers and brackets N11  Standard Form G8 Circles P7  Probability G9  Angles in Polygons A5  Simultaneous equations G10  Transformations 
N1  Accuracy G1  Bearings R2  Ratio problem solving S5  Median and interquartile range R4  Direct and inverse proportion A5  Simultaneous equations S6  Probability N7  FDP A7  Equations of lines A8  Formulae G6  Circles A9  Quadratic equations G7  Volume and surface area 
P8  Large sets of data G11  Trigonometry exact values A5  Formulae G11  Volume P9  Venn diagrams and set notation G12  Compound measures G13  Scale factors 
A10  Completing the square S7  Tree diagrams G8  Transformations A11  Quadratic and simultaneous equations G9  Similar and congruent shapes A12  Inequalities S8  Probability from Venn diagrams A13  Iteration A14  Algebraic fractions G10  Volume and surface area 2 
A6  Quadratic graphs G14  Circles 2 G15 Surface area A7  Linear inequalities A8  Solving quadratic equations A9  Cubic and reciprocal graphs G16  Vectors A10  Equations of lines through points

A15  Functions G11  Compound measures A16  Graphs G12  Trigonometry N11  Surds A16  Transformations of graphs G12  Vectors S9  Histograms A17  Proof G13  Circle theorems 
Year 11 

Quadratic equations Circles Volume and surface area Mixed numbers Reciprocals Index laws Standard form Similarity and congruence Column vectors Simultaneous equations Changing the subject of a formula 
Circle theorems Equations of parallel and perpendicular lines Equations of circles and tangents Rationalising the denominator Expanding trinomials Algebraic fractions Changing the subject of a formula Functions Vectors Gradient and area under a graph Algebraic proportion 
Fractions Indices Pythagoras Factorising single brackets Loci Gradient and intercept Currency conversions Nth term rule Pressure Inequalities Transformations 
Sine and cosine rules Interior and exterior angles Nth term of a quadratic Surds Mixed numbers Probability tree diagrams Iteration Indices Composite functions Inverse functions Translations and rotations Reflections and Enlargements 
Ordering fractions Fraction of an amount HCF and LCM SDT using fractions of hours Functional area Functional perimeter Constructing two way tables Angles in parallel lines Sharing in a ratio Longer ratio Qs 1:n and scales Proportion Trigonometry – missing sides Trigonometry – missing angles Compound interest Interior angles Surface area (cylinders) Changing the subject Map scales Frequency polygons and product of primes Expand and simplify double brackets Plans and elevations Pythagoras Probability tables and expected outcomes Set notation Averages from a stem and leaf diagram Listing outcomes Reading pie charts Mean of a subset Bearings Compound interest vs simple interest Writing expressions Frequency polygons Error intervals 
Volume of cones, spheres etc Surface area of cones, spheres etc Area and volume scale factors Completing the square and turning points Exact values 3D trigonometry Arc length and sector area Error intervals and bounds Circle theorems Algebraic fractions Compound interest Density Non linear simultaneous equations Histograms Ratio Proportion Algebraic proof Compound interest and depreciation Solving quadratic equations Median from a histogram Solving quadratic inequalities HCF and LCM Constructions Bearings Cumulative frequency Frequency Polygons Recurring decimals to fractions Sketching quadratics Boxplots Iteration Area of a triangle using sin Mean of a subset 
Sixth Form
Wolfreton is part of The Consortium Sixth Form Partnership and all sixth form course information can be found on on its website theconsortium.org