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Maths - Year 10

Week commencing

Set

Topic

Monday 12th April

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

Compound Measures

Use and apply the speed formula

Use and apply the density formula

Use and apply the pressure formula

Solve simple kinematics problems (velocity, initial velocity and acceleration formulae)

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Probability (scale and equally likely events)

Use the language of probability and the probability scale

Calculate probabilities from equally likely events

Find the probability of an event not happening including using a table (include mutually exclusive and exhaustive)

Find the predicted number of outcomes

 

Set 6

Foundation

Averages and range

Find the mean, median, mode and range from a list of numbers

 

Monday 19th April

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

Direct and inverse proportion 

Simple direct proportion y = kx

Other direct proportion relationships

Inverse proportion

Further proportionality

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Probability (sample space diagrams, Venn diagrams and experimental)

List outcomes in a sample space diagram (two-way table) and calculate probabilities

Calculate experimental probabilities and make predictions (relative frequency)

Find probabilities from Venn diagrams including basic set notation

Find probabilities from frequency trees

 

Set 6

Foundation

Finding the mean from frequency tables 

Mean from frequency tables

 

Monday 26th April

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

Similarity 

Identify similar shapes and show shapes are similar

Find missing lengths in similar separate shapes

Find missing lengths in similar shapes which have sides overlapping

Find areas of similar shapes given corresponding lengths

Find volumes of similar shapes given corresponding lengths

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Tree diagrams (independent events)

Draw a tree diagram for independent events

Calculate probabilities of independent events

 

Set 6

Foundation

Area of parallelograms, triangles and trapezia

Area of parallelograms

Area of triangles

Area of a trapezium

 

Monday 3rd May

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

Congruence

Congruence

Congruence and triangles (Part 1)

Congruence and triangles (Part 2)

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Tree diagrams (dependent events) 

Draw a tree diagram for dependent events

Calculate probabilities of dependent events

 

Set 6

Foundation

Volumes of cubes and cuboids 

Volume of Cubes and Cuboids

   
 

Monday 10th May

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

Trigonometric graphs 

Know the Graphs of 𝑦=sin⁡(𝑥), 𝑦=cos⁡(𝑥) and 𝑦=tan⁡(𝑥)

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Growth and decay 

To the power of n

Exponential growth

 

Set 6

Foundation

Surface area of cubes and cuboids 

Finding the Surface Area of Cubes and Cuboids

 

Monday 17th May

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

Graph transformations  

Transformation of graphs (translations)

Transformation of graphs (reflections)

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Repeated percentages and compounding interest 

Repeated percentage change

Compound appreciation and depreciation (Part 1)

Compound appreciation and depreciation (Part 2)

 

Set 6

Foundation

2D Coordinates

The 2-D coordinate axis

Coordinates recap

 

Monday 24th May

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

 

Area of a triangle using Trigonometry 

Area of a Triangle Using A = ½ absinC

Use A = ½ absinC to Find a Missing Length

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

 

Compound measures 

Use and apply the speed formula

Use and apply the density formula

Use and apply the pressure formula

Solve simple kinematics problems (velocity, initial velocity and acceleration formulae)

 

Set 6

Foundation

Gradient 

Gradient 1

Gradient (Part 2)

 

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 Monday 7th June

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

Sine rule 

Use the sine rule to find a missing length

Use the sine rule to find a missing angle

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Direct and inverse proportion

Simple direct proportion y = kx

Other direct proportion relationships

Inverse proportion

Further proportionality

 

Set 6

Foundation

y = mx + c and equations of lines 

y = mx + c

Equations of lines

 

 Monday 14th June

   

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

Cosine rule 

Use the cosine rule to find a missing length

Use the cosine rule to find a missing angle

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Construct a triangle 

Construct triangles

 

Set 6

Foundation

Drawing a linear graph using a table of values 

Draw graphs of the form y=mx+c by using a table of values

 
 

 Monday 21st June

Sets 1 and 2

Higher 

 

Data collection

Sampling methods

Stratified sampling

Capture-recapture

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

 

 

Constructing bisectors 

Construct a perpendicular bisector

Construct a perpendicular bisector from a point to a line

Construct an angle bisector

 

Set 6

Foundation

 

Translations and rotations

Translation

Rotation

 

 Monday 28th June

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

 

Cumulative frequency diagrams and box plots 

Plot a cumulative frequency diagram

Find quartiles and interquartile range from CF diagram

Find quartiles from a list of data

Plot a box plot and compare distributions

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Loci around a point  

 

Set 6

Foundation

 

Reflections and enlargements

Reflection

Enlargements

 

 Monday 5th July

 

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

 

Histograms 

Plot a histogram

Find frequency from a histogram

Find the median from a histogram

Find probabilities from a histogram

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Loci from a line 

 

Set 6

Foundation

Simplifying ratios 

Simplifying ratios 

 

Monday 12th July

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

 

Solving simultaneous equations graphically 

Representing simultaneous equations graphically (Part 1)

Representing simultaneous equations graphically (Part 2)

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Loci from a shape

 

Set 6

Foundation

Divide a quantity in a given ratio 

Divide a quantity in a given ratio

 

Monday 19th July

Sets 1 and 2

Higher

Solving inequalities graphically 

Solving inequalities graphically (Part 1)

Solving inequalities graphically (Part 2)

Shading regions to satisfy a set of inequalities

 

Sets 3, 4 and 5

Foundation

Equidistant from two points 

 

Set 6

Foundation

Finding a part given a part, or total/difference given a part

Find a part given a part 

Find the total or difference given a part

 

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