Maths Course

Our Maths course covers all of the key areas.

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1. Ordering of numbers

2. Negative numbers
This requires the ability to do subtraction where the numbers involved are negative

3. Time related problems
This involves the ability to read timetables

4. Understanding of types of measurement

5. Area and perimeter
This includes the calculation of perimeters and areas of shapes with right angles

6. Number bonds

7. Rounding numbers

8. Angles

9. Fractions: Equivalent fractions, addition and subtraction of fractions, improper fractions to mixed numbers, fractions as decimals.

10. Ordering of fractions
This involves the ability to work out which of two fractions has the largest value.

11. Geometric shapes

12. Nets and three dimensional shapes This involves working out which net is able to make a particular shape.

13. Number sequences
This involves be able to work out the next number in a sequence.

14. Money problems
This involves being able to work out change given when items are purchased. It also involves being able to calculate the total cost of purchasing a number of items together.

15. Percentages
This requires the ability to calculate the percentage of any number up to 1000.

16. Factors

17. Squares

18. Rounding numbers ​

19. Rounding decimals

20. Liquid capacity

21. Line graphs and histograms

22. Averages
This requires an understanding of mean, median and mode

23. Decimals

24. Coordinates

25. Multiplication of decimals This requires the ability to multiply decimal numbers by numbers up to 1000.

26. Algebra This involves being able to work out the value of x when there are two expressions containing x and two values within an equation. This is extremely important because the knowledge of algebra allows the answering of many other questions.

27. Estimation

28. Ratio

RATIO LESSON HERE

29. BODMAS

This requires pupils to correctly work out the order of operations.

BODMAS Lessson

BODMAS LESSON HERE

BODMAS Test

BODMAS TEST HERE

30.Calculation of volume
This requires the ability to calculate the volume of three dimensional shapes including cubes.

31. Probability

32. Dates
This requires the ability to work out the day of a date in the future up to 4 months ahead. This involves an understanding of leap years.

33. Geometry
This involves the ability to calculate the area of a triangle and other quadrilaterals.

34. Congruent and reflective shapes There are two main areas in this subject. the first is to understand when shapes are congruent and the second is to understand when shapes are internally reflective. ​

35. Prime Numbers
This involves being able to work out the answer to questions related to which numbers in a sequence of prime number.