KS3 Mathematics (yr 7) Curriculum Overview Point in Year Unit of Work Title Starting Point Curriculum ContentCore Knowledge Curriculum ContentCore Skills Mid-term and Final Assessments Autumn Term 1 StatisticsandNumber 7a1: Delta 1 &7a2: Theta 1 &7b1: Pi 1Analysing & displaying data 7a1: Delta 1 &7a2: Theta 1 Number skills 7b1: PiCalculating Identifying different Types of Number Order of calculations with and without a calculator Read and construct grouped tally charts and frequency tables.Choose the most appropriate average for a set of data.Four operations with whole numbersRecognise multiples.Use approximation to estimate division calculations.Identifying and understanding factors, multiples and prime numbers. Representing Data and analsing dataCalculating and comparing Averages and rangeCalculate the mean of a set of data.Find the HCF and LCM of two numbers.Check answers using inverse operations.Solve problems involving time and money using a calculator. Beginning of term Assessment – Prior learning doddle assessmentMid Term Assessment – doddle assessmentEnd Assessment – Examination question testing skills that are specifically linked to the units. Autumn Term 2 AlgebraNumberGeometry and Measure 7a1: Delta 1 &7a2: Theta 1 &7b1: Pi 1Equations, functions & formulae 7a1: Delta 1Fractions 7a2: Theta 1Decimals & measures 7b1: Pi 1Graphs Forming and simplifying algebraic expressions Understanding and using function machines Use mental and written strategies for multiplication. Four operations with fractions and mixed numbersArea and perimeter of rectangles and simple 2D shapesUnderstand the difference between multiples, factors and primes.Use mental and written strategies for multiplication.Use simple negative numbers.Recognise square numbers.Add numbers together in different ways.Use addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Expanding and factorising expressionsSubstituting into expressions and formulaeArea and perimeter of rectangles and simple compound shapesReading, plotting and linear graphs of simple functions and real-life situationsSolve problems involving time and money using a calculatorUse approximation to estimate division calculations.Recognise and use square numbers, square roots and triangle numbers.Round whole numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000 Beginning of term Assessment – Prior learning doddle assessmentMid Term Assessment – doddle assessmentEnd Assessment – Examination question testing skills that are specifically linked to the units. Spring Term 1 Geometry and MeasureNumber andProbability 7a1: Delta 1Angles & shapes Decimals 7a2: Theta 1Fractions Probability 7b1: Pi 1Factors & multiples Decimals & measures Rounding, ordering decimals and four operations with decimals Choosing the correct units to measure and reading scales Compare and simplify fractions. Properties of triangles and quadrilateralsOrder, compare decimals and carry out four operations using decimalsIdentifying primes, factors, multiples, HCF and LCMWork out simple fractions of amounts.Recognise multiples of 2, 5, 10 and 25.Begin to identify factors of numbers.Recognise and use multiples, factors and primes.Consolidate and extend mental calculation methods, including decimals.Round amounts on a calculator to 2 decimal places. Calculating interior and exterior angles of polygonsSimple transformation of shapes (rotational and reflective)Calculating fractions, percentages and decimals & real-life problemsMultiplication and division of a 3digit by 1 or 2 digit numberWork with equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages.Calculating and comparing probabilities of equally likely eventsFractions, percentages and decimals and real-life problemsUse a calculator to solve multiplication and division problems. Beginning of term Assessment – Prior learning doddle assessmentMid Term Assessment – doddle assessmentEnd Assessment – Examination question testing skills that are specifically linked to the units. Spring Term 2 AlgebraRatio and proportionGeometry and measures 7a1: Delta 1Equations 7a2: Theta 1Ratio & proportion 7b1: Pi 1Lines & angles Writing and forming 1 and 2 step equations Use direct proportion to solve simple problems Identifying parallel and perpendicular lines Solve problems using equations.Understand and use the relationship between ratio and proportion.Writing and simplifying ratiosUse fractions and percentages to compare proportionsUse ratios and measures.Use a compass directions and amount of turn.Recognise acute, obtuse and reflex angles.Estimate the size of angles. Solving equations with unknowns on both sidesSolving equations with bracketsUse trial and improvement to find solutions to 1 decimal place.Reduce a three-part ratio to its simplest form by cancelling.Split by ratios and use the unitary method to solve problemsEstimate, measure and identify the type of angleFind missing angle around a point and on a straight line. Beginning of term Assessment – Prior learning doddle assessmentMid Term Assessment – doddle assessmentEnd Assessment – Examination question testing skills that are specifically linked to the units. Summer Term 1 Ratio and proportionGeometry and measureNumber 7a1: Delta 1 Multiplicative Reasoning Perimeter Area and Volume 7a2: Theta 1Lines & anglesSequences & graphs 7b1: Pi 1Measuring & shapesFractions,PercentagesDecimals Use direct proportion to solve problems Reading & plotting coordinates in all quadrants. Understand and identify line and rotational symmetry of regular polygons Use direct proportion to solve problemsMeasuring, drawing and labelling lines, angles and triangles accuratelyAdding and subtracting fractions and finding fraction of amount Write and simplify ratios and split amounts using the unitary method to solve problemsArea and perimeter of compound shapesDraw Nets, apply properties surface areaCalculate volume of 3D shapesUsing angles facts to find missing angles in 3 and 4 sided shapesGenerating sequences and finding the nth termDrawing linear graphs from sequences and linear equationsFinding equivalent fractions and simplifying fractionsFind and solve problems of perimeter of rectangles and regular polygons End Assessment – Examination question testing skills that are specifically linked to the units. Summer Term 2 Geometry and measures 7a1: Delta 1Sequences and graphs 7a2: Theta 1Transformations 7b1: Pi 1Transformations Recognise and continue arithmetic and geometric sequences Identifying congruent shapes Reading and plotting coordinates in all quadrantsRecognise line and rotational symmetryIdentifying quadrilaterals using their properties Generating a sequence from a rule and finding the nth term of arithmetic sequenceDrawing graphs from equation and from real-life dataRotating and translating shapes on a grid Beginning of term Assessment – Prior learning doddle assessmentMid Term Assessment – doddle assessmentEnd Assessment – Examination question testing skills that are specifically linked to the units.