Maths
Mathematics is a subject that all students need. In addition to the acquisition of vital numeracy skills needed for the future, it is also a field that should be enjoyed.
It is the aim of the Maths department that all students become fluent and confident with Mathematics. The study of Mathematics can provide answers to everyday questions that cannot be solved in any other way. More than just being a subject and qualification which is required at school, it is a subject of wonder and joy. Problems are used in lessons to provide enjoyment and foster creativity.
At KS3 level there is a big focus in the lessons on becoming fluent with the basic skills before progressing on to reason answers, in slightly different context and then problem solving in an unfamiliar or unusual way.
Problem solving now makes up a key role in the National curriculum and in exams at all levels. It is for this reason that we train the students to attempt questions in different ways and we build up the ability of the pupils to become resilient and persevere with the work, even when it seems difficult.
The aims and objectives of the Mathematics GCSE are to enable students to:
 develop fluent knowledge, skills and understanding of mathematical methods and concepts
 acquire, select and apply mathematical techniques to solve problems
 reason mathematically, make deductions and inferences, and draw conclusions
 comprehend, interpret and communicate mathematical information in a variety of forms appropriate to the information and context.
The study of the GCSE material begins in year 9 and during the three years the students cover the following six areas:
1 Number
2 Algebra
3 Ratio, proportion and rates of change
4 Geometry and measures
5 Probability
6 Statistics
Courses in Maths
Key Stage 4

GCSE Mathematics (91) (Edexcel)
Term By Term Schemes of Work
Year 7 Curriculum Breakdown
Year 7
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 1 
Use the four operations with positive numbers 
Grade 1: Students will be confident in using all basic operations with up to 5 digits numbers for addition and subtraction using formal column methods. Students will know times table facts to multiply and divide up to 12 x12. Students will have a clear understanding of place value. Grade 2: Students will be able to add and subtract any decimal value. This will include decimal multiplication and division using formal methods and the multiplication and division of large numbers. Grade 3: Students will be confident solving problems with money and long multiplication. Grade 4: Students can perform calculations using a calculator with standard form. Students can covert between standard form and normal numbers, they can also perform basic operations. 
Four operations and Negative numbers Mini assessments 
Negative numbers 
Grade 1: Students will be able to order and understand the meaning of positive and negative numbers. They will be able to perform all basic operations with positive and negative numbers. Grade 2: Students will be confident using all rules of negatives with all 4 operations, this includes double negatives. 

Indices and BIDMAS 
Grade 1: Students can perform basic operations and know timetables up to and including 12x 12. Grade 2: Students can calculate squares, cubes and square roots of numbers up to 12x12. For larger values a calculator can be used. Grade 3: Students can confidently apply BIDMAS to any calculation, this should be considered when using a calculator. In addition they can calculate powers of 2,3,4 and 5. Grade 4: Students can calculate integer powers and roots by using a calculator Grade 5: Students can calculate negative and fractional indices with and without a calculator 
Indices, factors, multiples, primes and percentages mini assessments 

Factors, multiples and primes 
Grade 1: Students will know times tables up to 12 x12 Grade 2: Students will know the definition of factors, multiples and primes. They will be able to recognise these and state them in a logical order Grade 3: Students will be able find the HCF and LCM of up to three numbers and can write a number as a product of prime factors Grade 4: Students can use prime factors to find the HCF and LCM of two large numbers, for example 72 and 60. 

Percentages 
Grade 1: You can multiply and divide by a power of ten up to and including 1000. Grade 2: Students can find a percentage, a multiple of 5, of an amount. This must include money problems. Grade 3: Students can find any percentage of an amount, including the use of money. Students can calculate percentage increase and decreases, including the use of simple interest. They can express a number as a percentage of another. They can calculate percentage change. Grade 4: Students can find original amounts from percentage problems Grade 5: Students will be able to solve problems with compound interest 
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 2 
Simplifying Expressions 
Grade 1: Students will be able to simplify expressions using one operation, this could include, y + y + y = 3y or a simple multiplier 5 x 3t = 15t. Grade 2: Students will be able to simplify expressions a x b = ab, 3 x y = 3y, a^{2} = a x a, a ÷ b = a/b 3y + 6y = 9y (must have coefficients as fractions not decimals i.e. ½a no + 0.5a) Grade 3: Students will be able to simplify expressions using all four operations, this will include the three index laws. This should include D^{3} x D^{5}, T^{3} ÷ T^{5}, (F^{4})^{3} Grade 4: Students will be comfortable using all four operations including index laws with coefficients, this should include (4x^{3})^{2}. Grade 5: Students should be extended by evaluating powers with algebraic expressions. This can include negative and fractional rules, (25t^{6}y^{10})^{1/2}. 
Mini assessment; simplifying and expanding brackets 
Expanding brackets 
Grade 1: Students will be able to apply times tables and simplify basic expressions, this could include, y + y + y = 3y or a simple multiplier 5 x 3t = 15t. Grade 2: Students will be able to expand single brackets including coefficients. This should range from 2(x + 4) up to and including 3x(x  4) Grade 3: Students will be able to expand double brackets with positive and negative values. Grade 4: Students will be able to expand double brackets with different coefficients. This should include both terms being letters and double negatives. Grade 5: Grade 6: Grade 7: Students will be able to expand cubic functions including with coefficients.


Factorising Expressions 
Grade 1: Students will be able to apply times tables and simplify basic expressions, this could include, y + y + y = 3y or a simple multiplier 5 x 3t = 15t Grade 2: Students will know and define prime numbers, multiples and factors in a logical order. Simplify expressions a x b = ab, 3 x y = 3y, a^{2} = a x a, a ÷ b = a/b 3y + 6y = 9y (must have coefficients as fractions not decimals i.e. ½a no + 0.5a) Grade 3: Students will be able to factorise into single brackets with one coefficient, this should include numbers and letters, such as, 2x +10 and t^{2} 4t. Grade 4: Students will be able to factorise expressions into single brackets with more than one coefficient, this should include numbers and letters. Grade 5: Students will be able to factorise quadratic expressions with positive and negative numbers. Grade 6: Grade 7: Students will be able to factorise quadratic expressions with a coefficient ˃1. They should also begin to factorise simple cubic expressions such as x^{3} 4x^{2}. 

Substitution 
Grade 1: Students will be able to substitute positive values into simple two step function machines. Grade 2: Students will know how to Substitute positive numbers into expressions and linear formulae. Students will also be confident in the use of a formula written in words, such as cost = 20 x distance travelled Grade 3: Students will be able to substitute into expressions with negative numbers, including the use of quadratic formulae. This should include the drawing of linear graphs Grade 4: Students will be able to draw quadratic and cubic graphs by completing a table of values with a calculator. Grade 5: Students will be able to draw cubic graphs and interpret the graphs (reading off values). In addition students will be able to draw reciprocal graphs. Grade 6: Students will be able to use the quadratic formula. Grade 7: 
Factorising, substitution and solving equations mini assessments 

Solving Equations 
Grade 1: Students will be able to use function machines as simple equations. Grade 2: Students will be able to solve simple equations such as 4x = 24 and x  3 = 7 Grade 3: Students will be able to solve linear equations and generate expressions for facts such as perimeter and angles in a triangle. Grade 4: Students will be able to solve equations with unknowns on both sides, this should include the use of brackets. Students should be confident dealing with fractional answers. Grade 5: Students will be able to solve quadratic equations by factoring first. They should also be able to solve equations using cross multiplication to remove denominators. Students can also solve simultaneous equations including the use of manipulation, this should include the formation of equations from worded problems. Grade 6: Students will be able to solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula. Grade 7: Grade 8: Students can solve quadratic simultaneous equations by substitution. 
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 3 
Notation and Shape Properties 
Grade 1: Students can measure lines to the nearest mm and angle to the nearest degrees. They can recognise and name triangles, quadrilaterals and regular polygons. Students can also use faces, vertex and vertices to name 3D shapes. In addition they can name the parts of a circle Grade 2: Students can draw angles to the nearest degrees, they can name angles and label sides and angles in shapes using mathematical notation. Grade 3: Students can identify when two shapes are congruent and state reasons using mathematical notation. 
Notation and shape properties and Angle rules mini test. 
Angle Rules 
Grade 1: Students can recognise and name triangles, quadrilaterals and regular polygons. Grade 2: Students can find angles on a straight line, in a triangle, in an isosceles triangle and vertically opposite angles by calculation. Grade 3: Students can recognise and use alternate and corresponding angles in addition to angle around a point and angles in a quadrilateral. Grade 4: Students can work out exterior and interior angles of regular and irregular polygons. In addition they should be able to calculate the total degrees in a polygon using both formula and drawing method. Grade 5: Grade 6: Students can apply basic Circle Theorems and reasons to support these judgements. Grade 7: Students can apply to alternate segment theorem and make statements to support simple proofs. 

Area and Perimeter 
Grade 1: Students can find area and perimeter by counting cm squares, this should include half squares. They can also use the area formula for squares and rectangles. Grade 2: Students can convert between simple units, cm to m. They can use a formula to find the area of triangles and parallelograms. Grade 3: Students can find the area and perimeter of compound shapes. They can find the area and circumference of circles. Grade 4: Grade 5: Students can find arc lengths and sector areas. Grade 6: Students can apply the sine rule to find the area of a triangle. 
Area and perimeter and volume and surface area mini test 

Volume and Surface Area 
Grade 1: Students will know times tables up to 12 x12 Grade 2: Students will be able to calculate the volume and surface area of cubes. They will also be able to draw simple nets of 3D shapes Grade 3: Students will be to find volume and surface area of cuboids. They should be able to manipulate this formula to find a missing value. Grade 4: Students can find the volume and surface area of any prism. Grade 5: Students are able to find the volume and surface area of cones, pyramids and spheres. Grade 6: Grade 7: Students can use ratios of similarity to find surface area and volume. 
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 4 
Representing and interpreting data 
Grade 1: Students will be confident in drawing and interpreting pictograms and bar charts. They will also be comfortable designing a question and collecting data in a tally chart. Grade 2: Students will be able to form frequency tables and use appropriate diagrams to display this, vertical line, frequency polygons, dual bar charts etc. Grade 3: Students will be able to draw and interpret pie charts, two way tables and stem and leaf diagrams. They will also be able to recognise outliers. Grade 4: Students will be confident in drawing and interpreting scatter diagrams including the use of a line of best fit. Students will be able to classify data and name the types of data. Grade 5: Grade 6: Students can draw and interpret box plots and cumulative frequency diagrams. Grade 7: Students can draw and interpret Histograms. 
Representing and interpreting data mini assessment 
Averages 
Grade 1: Students can calculate mode, median and range from a data set both with and without a calculator from an odd set of values. Grade 2: Students can calculate mean, mode, median and range from a data set both with and without a calculator from any set of values. This must include graphical data. Grade 3: Students can compare data using the mean, median, mode and range. In addition they can find a modal interval and mean from a frequency table. Grade 4: Students can find all averages form a grouped frequency table 
Averages and probability mini assessments 

Probability 
Grade 1: Students can record the outcomes of experiments and understand the probability scale and associated vocabulary. Grade 2: Students can find the probability of an event occurring using both fractions and decimals. They should understand that probabilities total one and use this to find a probability of an event not occurring. Grade 3: Students can use relative frequency to estimate probability and find expected outcomes from a given context. In addition students can draw Venn diagrams, with two circles, to explain possible outcomes, sample space diagrams and frequency trees. 
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 5 
Equivalent Fractions 
Grade 1: Students can order numbers and use times tables up to 12 x 12. Grade 2: Students can order fractions with the same denominators, cancel fractions to their lowest form and find equivalent fractions. Grade 3: Students can order fractions with different denominators by using LCM to find equivalence. 
Fractions mini assessments 
Four operations with fractions 
Grade 1: Students can order numbers and use times tables up to 12 x 12. Grade 2: Students can find equivalence and change between improper fractions and mixed numbers. Grade 3: Students can use all operations with fractions including the use of mixed numbers. They can also find HCF and LCM. Grade 7: Students can perform all operations with algebraic fractions


Fractions of amounts 
Grade 1: Students can find simple fractions such as half, quarter, tenth and fifth. Grade 2: Students can find simple fractions of an amount, such as 4/5 of £65. Grade 3: Students can confidently apply BIDMAS to any calculation, this should be considered when using a calculator. In addition they can calculate powers of 2,3,4 and 5. Students will be able to problem solve using fractions of quantities. Grade 4: Students can calculate integer powers and roots by using a calculator Grade 5: Students can calculate negative and fractional indices with and without a calculator. 

Fractions, decimals and percentages 
Grade 1: Students understand place value and can express percentage as part of 100 Grade 2: Students can perform basic conversions from fractions to percentages without the use of a calculator by using equivalence to 100. Grade 3: Students can convert any fraction, decimal to percentage with the use of a calculator. This should include ordering a range of all three from smallest to largest. Grade 7: Students can write recurring decimals as fractions using algebra to generalise. 

Using a calculator and estimation 
Grade 1:.Students can make simple estimations to calculations based on times tables. Grade 2:Students can calculate squares and roots using the functions of a calculator. They can round solutions to the nearest 1, 10, 100 and any stated decimal place. Grade 3: Students can perform complex calculations on a calculator and can round to significant figures. This includes calculations in standard form. Grade 4: Students can round to decimal places, significant figures and understand truncation. Students can make estimates for large calculations that involve division by decimals. Grade 5: Students can explain if estimate are under or over estimates based on a given calculation. 
Factors, multiples and primes; using a calculator and estimation mini assessments 
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 6 
Ratio 
Grade 1: Students can write a ratio for two or three given amounts. Grade 2: Students can simplify ratios and express ratio as fractions. Grade 3: Students can share a quantity into a given ratio and use a find totals given one part of a ratio. Grade 4: Students can solve problems combining ratio, percentages and fractions of amounts. 
Ratio Mini Assessment 
Proportion 
Grade 1: Students understand times tables up to 12x 12 and can use division. Grade 2: Students can solve problems with direct proportion, they can find the value of 1 and use this to scale up. Grade 3: Students can solve problems by using multiples without a calculator and using the unitary method with a calculator. Grade 4: Students understand proportional change and can use a multiplier, this is exemplified by currency conversion or changes from litres to gallons. Grade 5: Students can use compound measures such as speed, distance and time or mass density and volume. Grade 6: Students can form equations of proportionality in respect to both direct and indirect proportion. Grade 7: Students can form and use equations in respect to both direct and indirect proportion. 

Conversion Graphs 
Grade 1: Students can write and plot coordinates in the first quadrant. Grade 2: Students can use word formulas to generate points. They can also read values form a conversion graph with a simple scale. Grade 3: Students can substitute values into formal to generate points. They can plot conversion graphs in relation to real life problems such as currency, speed conversions and cost of items/mileage. Grade 4: Students can plot and use direct and inverse proportion graphs for real life situations. In addition they can make estimations from values that are not on the graph. Grade 5: Grade 6: Grade 7: Grade 8: Students can draw graphs to represent decay over time. 
Proportion and Conversion Graphs Mini Assessments 
Year 8 Curriculum Breakdown
Key Stage 4  Lower Curriculum Breakdown
Year 9
Half term 
Topic 
Lesson Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 1 
ALGEBRA: BASICS 
Collecting like terms 
Algebra #1 
Collecting like terms 

Multiply and divide simple algebraic expressions 

Use index notation when multiply and dividing algebraic terms 

Write an expression / equation / formula / identity 

EXPRESSIONS AND SUBSTITUTION INTO FORMULA 
expand brackets 

factorise into brackets 

write expressions involving powers 

substitute numbers into algebraic expressions 

SEQUENCES 
continue a sequence and find the next term 
Algebra #2 

Use function machines to find the next term in a sequence 

find the next term in a sequence including Fibonacci, squares and cubes and diagrams 

generate sequences using nth term 

find the nth term and use to find any term 

find the nth term and use to find any term 

determine if a term is in the sequence 

determine if a term is in the sequence 

continue a geometric sequence 

continue a quadratic sequence 





Half term 2 
EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES 
solve any two step equation 
Algebra #3 
solve any two step equation 

write expressions and set up simple equations involving words and shape 

write expressions and set up simple equations involving words and shape 

Use inequality notation 

Show inequalities on a number line 

Solve inequalities 

Use inequalities to show error intervals in rounding 

Miniassessment and Revision 
Revision lesson Sequences 

Problem solving and Exam question practice 

STRAIGHT LINE GRAPHS 
Draw horizontal and vertical straight lines 
Algebra #4 

Plot graphs of y=mx + c from tables and interpret 

Plot graphs of y=mx + c from tables and interpret 

Sketch a graph using the y intercept and gradient and interpret 

Work with parallel lines 

find equation of a line 

find equation of a line 

find equation of a line through one point when given a gradient 

APPLYING GRAPHS 
find coordinates including those of missing points on a shape 

find midpoints from coordinates and from graph 

distance time graphs 

velocity time graphs 

currency conversion graphs 

fixed charge and cost per unit graphs 

find gradient and interpret gradient as rate of change 

Miniassessment and Revision 
Revision lesson Straight line and real life graphs 

Problem solving and Exam question practice 
Half term 3 
INTEGERS PLACE VALUE 
Order positive, negative, decimal numbers including using inequality symbols 
Number #1 
4 operations with negative numbers 

multiply and divide by powers of 10 

BIDMAS 

inverse operations 

INDICES, POWERS AND ROOTS 
evaluate numerical powers up to power of 5 

square and cube roots 

laws of indices multiply and divide 

laws of indices brackets 

use of calculators 

FACTORS, MULTIPLES AND PRIMES 
factors including HCF 
Number #2 

multiples including LCM 

prime numbers and product of prime 

HCF and LCM from product of prime 

INDICES AND STANDARD FORM 
laws of indices 

fractional and negative powers 

write numbers in standard form 

write numbers in standard form 

4 operations with numbers in standard form 




Half term 4 
DECIMALS 
4 operations with decimals 
Number #3 
calculations with money 

round to nearest decimal place and 1 sf 

estimation by rounding to 1 sig fig 

FRACTIONS, DECIMALS, PERCENTAGES 
Write fractions and cancel down 

Equivalent fractions 

Order fractions 

Mixed numbers to improper fractions 

4 operations with fractions 

4 operations with fractions 

convert fractions to decimals and percentages 

convert fractions to decimals and percentages 

PERCENTAGES 
express one number as a percentage of another 
Number #4 

find any % of amount 

percentage increase / decrease 

Worded percentage increase / decrease 

percentage increase / decrease using a multiplier 

simple interest 

compound interest 

compound interest 
Half term 5 
PROPERTIES OF SHAPES, LINES AND ANGLES 
Identify parallel and perpendicular lines and use angle notation 
Shape # 1 
properties of triangles and quadrilaterals including using a coordinate grid 

angles on a line and around a point 

angles in triangles 

angles in quadrilaterals 

angles in parallel lines 

angles in parallel lines 

Miniassessment and Revision 
Revision lesson Properties of shapes lines and angles 

Problem solving and Exam question practice 

INTERIOR EXTERIOR ANGLES 
Calculate interior angle in regular polygon 
Shape # 2 

Calculate interior angle in irregular polygon 

Use exterior and interior angles in angle problems 

Use exterior and interior angles in angle problems 

Prove tessellation using angles 

Miniassessment and Revision 
Revision lesson Fractions, Decimals, Percentages 

Problem solving and Exam question practice 

RIGHT ANGLED TRIANGLES 
Pythagoras finding hypotenuse 
Shape # 3 

Pythagoras shorter side 

problem solve Pythagoras 

trigonometry finding side 

trigonometry finding angle 

exact trig vales 

Half term 6 
PERIEMTER, AREA AND VOLUME 
Perimeter of regular and compound shapes 
Shape # 4 
Area of triangles of rectangles 

Area of trapezium 

Area of parallelogram 

Area of compound shapes 

Surface area 

Volume of prism 

Volume of prism 

Volume of cylinders 

Miniassessment and Revision 
Revision lesson Perimeter, Area, Volume 

Problem solving and Exam question practice 

TRANSFORMATIONS 
reflect shapes in a mirror lines 
Shape # 5 

fully describe reflections 

rotate shapes 

fully describe rotations 

enlarge shapes by a positive integer 

enlarge shapes by a fraction or negative number 

describe enlargement 

perform a perform multiple transformations 

describe multiple transformations 

similar shapes and congruency 

similar shapes and congruency 

Compass directions and constructions 
compass directions and use of scales on maps 
Shape # 6 

compass directions and use of scales on maps 

Draw circles and arcs to a given radius or diameter 

3d shapes  draw sketches, identify face, vertex, edge 

accurately construct triangles 

accurately construct triangles 
Year 10
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 1 
QUADRATIC EQUATIONS 
expand single brackets 
Algebra #5 
expand two brackets 

square a linear expression 

factorise single brackets 

factorise quadratic 

difference of two squares 

solve quadratic expression by factorising 

QUADRATIC GRAPHS 
plot linear graphs 
Algebra #6 

generate and plot simple quadratic graphs 

generate and plot simple quadratic graphs 

interpret quadratic graphs 

EQUATIONS 
solve any two step equation 
Algebra #7 

solve any equation 

write expressions and set up simple equations involving words and shape 
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 2 
REARRANGING EQUATIONS, CUBICS, RECIPROCAL AND SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS 
change the subject of a formula 
Algebra #8 
Simultaneous equations 

draw cubic and reciprocal graphs 

VECTORS 
Translate shapes by vector 
Algebra #9 

Use column notation 

Use column notation graphically 

Calculate sums of multiple vectors 

Calculate sums of multiple vectors 

Know (proof) if a vector is parallel 

SEQUENCES 
find the next term in a sequence including Fibonacci, squares and cubes and diagrams 
Algebra #10 

generating a sequences given the nth term 

find the nth term and use to find any term 

determine if a term is in the sequence 

continue a quadratic sequence 
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 3 
RATIO 
Simplify ratios and use equivalent ratios 
Number #5 
Share ratios into a given quantity 

use ratio in the form 1:n 

Reverse Ratios 

Ratios in shape 

Multiplicative relationships between two rates and fractions 

Problems involving three ratios 

PROPORTION 
Double and half recipes 
Number #6 

Scale up or down recipes 

Find limiting ingredients in recipes 

solve best buy problems 

solve proportion using unitary method 

direct proportion 

inverse proportion 
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 4 
MULTIPLICATIVE REASONING 
convert between metric units 
Number #7 
speed 

density 

pressure 

convert compound units 

compound interest 

use a variety of measures in ratio and proportion problems 

growth and decay problems 

CONSTRUCTION, LOCI AND BEARINGS 
construct and bisect angles and lines 
Number #8 

loci 

bearings 

loci and bearings combined 
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 5 
PERIMETER, AREA, VOLUME 2: CIRCLES, CYLINDERS, CONES 
Find the circumference of a circle including in terms of pi (calc) 
Shape #4 
Find the circumference of a circle including in terms of pi (noncalc) 

Find the area of a circle including in terms of pi (calc) 

Find the area of a circle including in terms of pi (noncalc) 

Find perimeter and area of parts of a circles and composite shapes 

Find arc lengths and sector areas 

Surface area and volume of cylinder 

Surface area and volume of pyramid, cone 

SIMILARITY AND CONGRUENCY 
basic criteria for congruency for triangles 
Shape #5 

solve angle problems involving congruency 

use scale factors with similar shapes 

find missing sides in similar shapes 
Half Term 
Topic 
Learning Outcomes 
Assessment 
Half term 6 
TABLES, CHARTS, GRAPHS 
time calculations 
Stats #1 
construct and interpret a frequency table and bar charts 

line graphs including interpret 

two way tables and frequency trees 

back to back stem and leaf 

histograms 

PIE CHARTS 
Construct pie charts 

Interpret pie charts 

Compare pie charts with other charts 

SCATTER GRAPHS 
Draw and interpret scatter graph 

Extrapolation / Interpolation 

STATISTICS, SAMPLING AND AVERAGES 
understand sample, population, types of data 
Stats #2 

all averages from data 

all averages from graphs and charts 


all 4 averages from frequency table 


all 4 averages from frequency table 


reverse averages 
Key Stage 4 Higher Curriculum Breakdown
For further information on the curriculum offered please contact Mr Trevor Lester at Lester.T@Whiteroseacademies.org (Head of Maths)