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|Exam Date||Start Time||Length||Title|
|Tue 11 Jun||09:00||01:45||Maths - Non Calculator (F)|
|Tue 11 Jun||09:00||01:45||Maths - Non Calculator (H)|
|Fri 14 Jun||09:00||01:45||Maths - Calculator (F)|
|Fri 14 Jun||09:00||01:45||Maths - Calculator (H)|
|Mon 17 Jun||09:00||01:30||Maths - Calculator (F)|
|Mon 17 Jun||09:00||01:45||Maths - Calculator (H)|
|Mon 24 Jun||13:00||02:00||Statistics - Written Paper (H)|
To be first and foremost a pleasurable subject to study.
To give pupils a thorough grounding in the principles of Mathematics using both the practical and theoretical approach.
To extend the Mathematical ability of each individual pupil by placing the pupils in groups based on this ability.
To promote sound Mathematical reasoning by encouraging neat and logical setting down of problems.
To make Mathematics active and stimulating to as many pupils as possible by encouraging eager participation in lessons
To encourage an investigating approach to Mathematics, culminating in an effective strategy of problem solving techniques.
To appreciate and use Mathematics as a language for the communication of ideas.
Pupils in Key Stage 3 will follow the National Numeracy Strategy using a variety of textbooks as a resource.
Pupils in Key Stage 4 are following the modular Edexcel specification which has complementary text books at Foundation and Higher GCSE level.
In every year group all aspects of Mathematics are taught - Number, Shape and Space, Algebra and Statistics.
Mathematics is taught in setted groups. Setting takes place as soon as possible in Year 7. Sets are determined by KS2 SATS results and by internal assessments.
Mathematics and the teaching of Mathematics has changed in recent years. There is much more emphasis on involving pupils in practical Mathematics.
Calculators and computers are frequently used within investigations and project work.
Learning Mathematics is no longer learning by rote. The emphasis is now on understanding.
All our books are linked to the Framework for Numeracy and the National Curriculum.
The school makes extensive use of the MyMaths website. MyMaths is a subscription website for schools and is used in over 70 countries and by around four million students a year.
MyMaths provide access to hundreds of ready-made lessons and online homework tasks which have been proven to raise standards of achievement.
Each lesson has dynamically generated activities, games, tools and questions. All of the lessons are written by experienced maths teachers; as such they are simple to navigate and are designed to encourage pupils to focus on the mathematics, whilst still being entertaining and fun.
MyMaths has hundreds of interactive lessons and each lesson has Online Homework attached so teachers can teach a topic in class and then assess it using the Online Homework task features.
MyMaths offers a powerful system that enables teachers to track individual pupils' progress and monitor and assess classes. Pupils are given a unique login so teachers can direct their pupils towards the hundreds of Online Homeworks (all linked to their NC level) and watch the results appear online.
The pupil portal allows students to check their own progress and parents can be 'enabled' to check their child's progress