## KS4 Mathematics

The Faculty of Mathematics is dedicated to helping our young people become confident mathematicians who use logic and reasoning to solve problems in everyday life. They will learn skills that are transferable between subjects and contexts, preparing them for life in further education and beyond. ## Meet Our Team

Ms A Woodward - Director of Mathematics

Mr T Day - Director of Digital Technology and Enterprise

Mr M Ali - Head of IT and iMedia

Miss M Delbrocco - Lead Practitioner in Mathematics

Miss M Rafiq - KS3 Mathematics Curriculum Lead

Mr S Jones - Second in Charge of Maths

Ms J Marwah - Teacher of Mathematics

Mr J Kasimi - Teacher of Mathematics

Mr M Ahmed - Teacher of Mathematics

S Sadique - Teacher of Mathematics

Mr P Willett - Teacher of Mathematics

Ms S Delbrocco - Mathematics Support & 1:1 Mobility Support

## Our Curriculum

 Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2 Year 10 Foundation Order of operations Calculations and estimations Number properties Algebraic expressions Averages and range Statistical charts, tables and graphs Calculating with fractions and percentages Equations and inequalities Sequences Angles in lines and shapes Area and perimeter Volume and surface area Linear graphs Real life graphs Transformations Ratio and proportion Pythagoras’ Theorem and trigonometry Probability Venn diagrams and frequency trees Growth and decay Construction, bearings and loci Year 10 Higher Transformations Factors, multiples and primes Indies and standard form Expressions, equations and formulae Sequences Averages and range Statistical diagrams Ratio and proportion Angles in polygons Right angled triangles Linear, quadratic and real life graphs Area, surface area and volume Quadratic equations Simultaneous equations Probability Growth and decay Rates of change Congruence and similarity Trigonometric graphs Area, sine rule and cosine rule Statistical diagrams Graphing simultaneous equations and inequalities Year 11 Foundation Percentages Calculating with fractions Ratio and proportion Pythagoras’ Theorem and trigonometry Probability Growth and Decay Construction, bearings and loci Quadratic graphs and equations Area, surface area and volume Indices and standard form Congruence and similarity Vectors Graphs Simultaneous equations Revision Year 11 Higher Probability Growth and decay Rates of change Congruence and similarity Trigonometric graphs Area, sine rule and cosine rule Statistical diagrams Graphing simultaneous equations and inequalities Iteration Circle Theorems Algebraic fractions and functions Surds Vectors Direct and inverse proportion Revision of key topics Revision

## Career Options

Further education in Mathematics can lead to a variety of careers including the following:

• Accountant
• Actuary
• Computer Programmer
• Engineer
• Investment Manager
• Lawyer
• Numerical Analyst
• Statistician
• Market Researcher
• Systems Analyst
• Banking
• Space/aircraft industry
• Government research and laboratories
• Teacher
• Doctor
• Physicist
• Chemist
• Pharmacist 