Year 7 



Pi (set 3) 
Theta 
Delta (sets 1 and 2) 
Autumn 
Analysing and displaying data 
Analysing and displaying data 
Analysing and displaying data 
Calculating 
Number skills 
Number skills 

Expressions, functions and formulae 
Expressions, functions and formulae 
Expressions, functions and formulae 

Graphs 
Decimals and measures 
Fractions 

Spring 
Factors and Multiples 
Fractions 
Angles and shapes 
Decimals and measures 
Probability 
Decimals 

Angles and lines 
Ratio and Proportion 
Equations 

Summer 
Measuring and shapes 
Lines and Angles 
Multiplicative reasoning 
Fractions, decimals and percentages 
Sequences and graphs 
Perimeter, area and volume 

Transformations 
Transformations 
Sequences and graphs 
Year 8 



Pi (set 3) 
Theta (set 2) 
Delta (set 1) 
Autumn 
Number properties and calculations 
Number 
Factors and powers 
Shapes and measures in 3D 
Area and volume 
Working with powers 

Statistics 
Statistics graphs and charts 
2D shapes and 3D solids 

Expressions and equations 
Expressions and equations 
Reallife graphs 

Spring 
Decimal calculations 
Reallife graphs 
Transformations 
Angles 
Decimals and ratios 
Fractions, decimals and percentages 

Number properties 
Lines and angles 
Construction and Loci 

Summer 
Sequences 
Calculating with fractions 
Probability 
Fractions and percentages 
Straightline graphs 
Scale drawings and measures 

Probability 
Percentages, decimals and fractions 
Graphs 
Year 9 



Pi (set 4) 
Theta (sets 2 & 3) 
Delta (set 1) 
Autumn 
Number calculations 
Indices and standard form 
Powers and roots 
Sequences and equations 
Expressions and formulae 
Quadratics 

Statistics 
Dealing with data 
Inequalities, equations and formulae 

Fractions, decimals and percentages 
Multiplicative reasoning 
Collecting and analysing data 

Spring 
2D shapes and 3D solids 
Constructions 
Multiplicative reasoning 
Algebraic and real life graphs 
Equations, inequalities and proportionality 
Nonlinear graphs 

Multiplicative reasoning 
Circles, Pythagoras and prisms 
Accuracy and measures 

Summer 
Algebraic and geometric formulae 
Sequences and graphs 
Graphical solutions 
Probability 
Probability 
Trigonometry 

Polygons and transformations 
Comparing shapes 
Mathematical reasoning 
Year 10 



Foundation 
Higher 
Autumn 
Number 
Number 
Algebra 
Algebra 

Graphs, tables and charts 
Interpreting and representing data 

Fractions and percentages 
Fractions, ratio and percentages 

Equations, inequalities and sequences 
Angle properties of triangles and quadrilaterals 

Spring 
Angles 
Graphs 
Averages and range 
Perimeter and area 

Perimeter, area and volume 
Transformations and construction 

Graphs 
Equations and inequalities 

Transformations 
Probability 

Summer 
Ratio and proportion 
Multiplicative reasoning 
Rightangled triangles 
Similarity and congruence 

Probability 
Trigonometry 

Multiplicative reasoning 
Statistics 

Construction, loci and bearings 
Equations and graphs 
Year 11 


Autumn 
Construction, loci and bearings Transformations 
Construction, loci and bearings Transformations 
Number 
Number 

Algebra 
Algebra 

Statistics 
Statistics 

Fractions, percentages and ratio 
Fractions, ratio and percentages 

Spring 
Angles 
Angles 
Perimeter, area and volume 
Graphs 

Trigonometry 
Perimeter and area 

Probability 
Probability 

Revision 
Trigonometry 

Summer 
Revision 
Exam board: Edexcel
Specification: Edexcel GCSE Maths (1 – 9)
Grading: 9–1
Tiers of entry
Each student will sit three papers (one noncalculator and one calculator).
Each paper will have a range of question types, utilising both structured and unstructured questions. Some questions on the papers will be set in context (both mathematical and nonmathematical). There will be common questions on Foundation and Higher tiers assess skill in the overlapping grades (Grades 4 and 5).
Almost without us being aware of it, we all use Mathematics in some form in every day of our lives. It could be something as simple as checking your change in a supermarket, estimating how many tins of paint you will need to decorate a room or calculating whether or not you will reach your destination in time.
In mathematics lessons we learn not just the skills to complete those tasks and more, but also how to effectively solve complex problems using our mathematical skills. It is not possible to predict all of the mathematical skills that each person will use in their lifetime (we are all different), but students who have studied GCSE mathematics should have a basic foundation on which they can build in whatever career path they chose to follow.
Sheringham High School is the lead school in the North Norfolk Academy Trust. The Trust is passionate about raising standards for young people in North Norfolk and aims to give students the very best education and to manage the Groupâ€™s available resources to the maximum benefit.