**Autumn**

Unit 1: Number – Product rule, multiplication and division of decimals, place value, estimating, LCM, HCF, prime factors, powers, roots and indices (inc. fractional and negative), index laws, standard form, surds.

Unit 2: Algebra – Algebraic indices, expanding brackets (inc. quadratics), factorising linear, solving linear equations (inc. unknowns on both sides), substitution, formulae, changing the subject of a formula, linear sequences including nth term, nonlinear sequences (inc. quadratic).

**Spring**

Unit 3: Interpreting & representing Data (including for grouped data) – Two way tables, pie charts, line graphs for time series, stem and leaf diagrams, frequency diagrams, frequency polygons, averages and range (inc. grouped data), scatter graphs.

Unit 4: Fractions, Ratio & Percentages – All four operations with fractions, converting between FDP, recurring decimals, one quantity as a fraction of another, ratio notation, simplest form (inc. 1:n), divide into ratio, compare ratios, fractions in ratio problems and vice versa, converting currencies & measures, direct proportion, % increase & decrease, one quantity as a % of another, reverse %.

Unit 5: Angles & Trigonometry – Angle notation, 8 basic angle rules – (including parallel lines), properties of quadrilaterals.

Unit 5: Angles & Trigonometry – Interior and exterior angles in polygons. Pythagoras theorem, basic trigonometry for sides and angles in right angled triangles (SOH CAH TOA)

**Summer**

Unit 6: Graphs – Finding the gradient and y intercept (y=mx+c), parallel and perpendicular lines, plot and interpret linear, quadratic and cubic graphs.

Unit 7 Area & Volume – Properties of 2D & 3D shapes, units of measure, area, surface area & volume – including composite shapes, circles, spheres, cones, arcs and sectors.

Unit 8: Transformations & Constructions- Plans & elevations, draw accurate constructions such as: perpendicular bisector & angular bisector, draw SAS, ASA, RHS & SSS triangles, solve problems using loci, scale drawings, three figure bearings, Identify, describe and draw translations, reflections, rotations and enlargements (inc. fractional scale factors ½ ), combine transformations.

**Assessments**

**Autumn**

End of Term tests: Units 1 to 2

**Spring**

End of Term tests: Units 3 to 5

**Summer**

End of Term tests: Units 6 to 8

End of year tests: Units 1 to 8