Year 10
Subject: Maths GCSE
Description of activities:
This course will develop a student’s understanding of the following areas:
Learning will be assessed by:


Controlled assessment, deadlines and examination 

KS4 
Topics Covered and Controlled Assessment Dates 
Year 10 Autumn 1^{st} half term 
Expanding Single Brackets Expanding Double Brackets Expanding Triple Brackets Factorising single brackets HCF Quadratic Factorising Completing the Square Linear graphs Plotting (with and without axes and table) Interpreting Linear Graphs Quadratic and Cubic Graphs Trial and Improvement Solving Equations Algebraic Fractions Simplifying Algebraic Fractions (Factorise them) Nth Term (Linear) Nth Term (Quadratic) Inequalities on a Number Line Inequalities Regions Simultaneous Equations Simultaneous Equations Algebra Test Two way Tables (without table) Basic Probability and estimating number of outcomes Basic Probability and estimating number of outcomes 
Autumn 2^{nd} half term 
Grouped Frequency Tables Grouped Frequency Tables onto Frequency Polygons Cumulative Frequency Diagrams (draw and Reading) Tree Diagrams Tree Diagrams Probability Venn Diagrams Data test Proportion (recipes) Adding and subtracting fractions Multiplying and dividing fractions Manipulating Mixed Numbers Calculating Percentages (without calculator) Percentages with a calculator Percentage change Compound Interest Compound Interest (comparison) Percentages Finding the original amount Exchange Rates Long Multiplication Indices laws (negative and Fractional) Standard Form Standard Form (calculations) 
Spring 1^{st} half term 
Prime Factors HCF and LCM Bounds of Accuracy Surds Recurring Decimals Proof Direct Proportion Indirect Proportion Number Test Number Test Reflection Area real life money of composite shapes Area and Circumference of a circle and semicircle Area of a Sector Plans and elevations Volume of cube, cuboid and prisms Surface area Volume of Frustrums Mass density volume Distance speed and time Converting units Coordinates and Mid Points 3D Coordinates Enlargement Translation Rotation Reflection 
Spring 2^{nd} half term 
Loci practice skills Loci problem solving Bearings Pythagoras Trigonometry Advanced Trigonometry Advanced Trigonometry Angle rules Corresponding and alternate angles Interior and exterior angles Circle Theorems Circle Theorems Negative and Fractional Enlargement Shape test Shape test reflection Consolidation lesson Inverse functions Inverse functions Gradients of graphs and area underneath Gradients of graphs and area underneath Geometric progressions including surds and other sequences Geometric progressions including surds and other sequences Vectors 
Summer 1^{st} half term 
Expanding brackets Factorising Completing the square Linear, quadratic and cubic graphs Solving equations Algebraic fractions Nth term linear and quadratic Inequalities on a line and regions Simultaneous equations Equation of a circle Two way tables, basic probability and estimated outcomes Box plots Cumulative frequency Histograms Tree Diagrams Probability venn diagrams Ratio and proportion The four operations with fractions Adding and subtracting mixed numbers Finding the original amount 
Summer 2^{nd} half term 
Compound Interest basic and comparative Percentage change Exchange rates Standard form calculations Prime factors, HCF and LCM Bounds of accuracy Surds Recurring decimals Direct and inverse proportion Area of composite shapes Area and circumference of a circle and sector Plans and elevations Volume and surface area Algebra with shapes (proof) Volume of a frustum Mass density and volume Speed distance and time and km to miles 3D Coordinates and mid points ENLARGE AND TRANSLATE Rotation and reflection Bearings Loci Problem solving Pythagoras and Trigonometry (basic right angles) Advanced Trigonometry Angles Circle Theorems Negative and Fractional Enlargement Assessment 


Websites to support learning: username – given to pupils password – given to pupils
qualifications.pearson.com/en/support/supporttopics/exams/pastpapers.html provides past exam papers for pupils to practice their exam technique and familiarise themselves with the GCSE exam papers
Why not mix learning Maths with everyone’s favourite cartoon? Homer and the town of Springfield teach Maths and explain how it is used in all ways you wouldn’t even believe. DOH!!
A wide range of Maths videos explaining concepts and strategies to solve all topics
http://www.mathsisfun.com/index.htm Interactive maths games for pupils to practice their numeracy skills whilst becoming quicker with their numeracy calculations
Creates your own worksheet and generates questions on topics you need to practice
Aplus Math provides Interactive math resources for teachers, parents, and students featuring free math worksheets, math games, math flashcards, and more.
Revision guides will be available for purchase.


Planned Support:
Support is available after school by arrangement with Mr Savage, Mr Mitchell or Mr Kyrillou or via email whereby when we will be happy to respond to any queries sent to – jsavage@theacademyselseytkat.org emitchell@theacademyselseytkat.org mkyrillou@theacademyselseytkat.org
