Long Term Plan KS4
In Mathematics all students follow a 2 tier scheme of work from year 7 through to the end of year 10. The higher tier is for the students capable of achieving grades 9-5. The lower tier is for students capable of achieving grades 5-1. Note this is the new grading system where grade 5 is considered a 'good pass' standard (equivalent to a C/B in the old system).
Years 7 and 8 are used as transition from KS2 to GCSE and are for developing the key skills and techniques required for GCSE. Years 9 to 11 follow the formal GCSE course over 2 and a half years with the final term and a half in year 11 used for preparation for the June exams. Regular opportunities for review and improvement are built in for students in all year groups as are lessons dedicated to developing problem solving skills
- Example of Medium Term Planning
- Foundation Long Term Scheme
- Higher Long Term Scheme
- Understanding progress in mathematics: info for parents