Students will follow this curriculum in Y7 if they enter KS3 with a standardised KS2 score of below 100:

  • to identify the factors and multiples of numbers (including identification of prime numbers).
  • to read, write, order and compare numbers to at least 1,000,000 and to interpret negative numbers within the context of temperature. 
  • to add and subtract integers; mentally and using written methods (more than 4 digits).
  • to multiply integers; mentally and using written methods, and to multiply integers and decimals by powers of ten.
  • to divide integers; mentally and using written methods, including interpretation of remainders.
  • to identify 3D shapes from 2D representations (sketches, nets, photographs).
  • to know and identify properties of regular and irregular polygons.
  • to count forwards and backwards in powers of ten for any given starting number.
  • to solve problems involving interpreting timetables and to solve problems involving conversion between different units of time.
  • to compare and order fractions (with denominators multiples of one another).
  • to compare and order decimals up to three decimal places.
  • to understand the concept of “percentage” and write percentages as fractions and decimals.