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In this section, the Mathematics department provides an overview of the KS3, KS4 & KS5 curriculum and resources to aid revision and support progress.

Department Contacts



Mr M Harrison

Maths Teacher, Lead of Mathematics

Vice Principal

Mrs F Timothy Nicholas

Maths Teacher, 
Head of Maths

Mr S White Maths Teacher, KS5

Mr B Botten

Maths Teacher, Yr 9

Ms K Scott

Maths Teacher,  KS3

Mrs K Gray-Hannah

Maths Teacher,  Numeracy Co-ordinator for Yr 7 & 8

Miss M Ramarope

Maths Teacher,  Homework Co-ordinator for Yr 7 & 8

Miss A Chambers Higher Level TA for KS3

Mrs D Stevenson Higher Level TA for KS4

Mrs A Joannou

Maths Teacher,

Vice Principal

Miss A Rose Maths Teacher

Mr P Griffiths Maths Teacher
Mr P Winfield

Maths Teacher,

Yr 7 Raising Standards Leader

Mr L Bullock

Maths Teacher

Mr K Hussain Maths Teacher

Mrs Y Dennis Maths Teacher

Mrs L Fitzhenry Maths Teacher


We follow the Pearson 5-year scheme of work, which has three learning paths, linked to Key Stage 2 outcomes.

At Key Stage 3 these are Pi, Theta and Delta. From students’ performance at Key Stage 3, these refine to foundation and higher at GCSE.

At A Level we follow the Edexcel course for both A Level Mathematics and A Level Further Mathematics.

There is a very clear link between SoW, lesson plans, textbooks, homework, progress check, feedback and intervention work.

Students have access to electronic versions of textbooks when completing their homework.

Structure of the tiers

KS4 follows 2 tiers: Foundation and Higher in Yrs 9, 10 and 11

KS3 follows 3 tiers: Pi , Theta and Delta in Yr 7 and 8.

Pi – low ability (emerging and developing students)

Theta – middle ability ( developing and securing students)

Delta – higher ability ( securing, advanced and exceptional students)


All students complete assessments at the end of every unit and three times a year. This enables us to monitor their progress and effectively organise intervention when necessary.

Revision Resources:

Homework for all year groups is set on ‘Show My Homework’ and is designed to support and develop the learning that is taking place in our classrooms in relation to our Schemes of Learning.  Homework is set on a weekly basis and should take 60 minutes to complete.

Additional Revision Resources:

Passwords are available from class teachers.

KS3 Curriculum

Schemes of work:

Year 7 Pi

Year 7 Theta

Year 7 Delta

Year 8 Pi

Year 8 Theta

Year 8 Delta

Year 9 Autumn


  • Unit 1 Number
  • Unit 2 Algebra
  • Unit 3 Graphs, tables and charts


  • Unit 1 Number
  • Unit 2 Algebra
  • Unit 3 Interpreting and representing data

Year 9 Spring


  • Unit 4 Fractions and percentages
  • Unit 5 Equations, inequalities and sequences
  • Unit 6 Angles


  • Unit 4 Fractions, ratio and proportion
  • Unit 5 Angles and trigonometry
  • Unit 6 Graphs

Year 9 Summer


  • Unit 7 Averages and range
  • Unit 8 Perimeter, area and volume 1
  • Unit 9 Graphs


  • Unit 7 Area and volume
  • Unit 8 Transformations and constructions
  • Unit 9 Equations and inequalities 

Year 10 Autumn


  • Unit 9 Graphs
  • Unit 10 Transformations
  • Unit 11 Ratio and proportion


  • Unit 9 Equations and inequalities
  • Unit 10 Probability
  • Unit 11 Multiplicative reasoning

Year 10 Spring


  • Unit 12 Right-angled triangles
  • Unit 13 Probability
  • Unit 14 Multiplicative reasoning


  • Unit 12 Similarly and congruence
  • Unit 13 More trigonometry
  • Unit 14 Further statistics

Year 10 Summer


  • Unit 15 Constructions, loci and bearings
  • Unit 16 Quadratic equations and graphs
  • Unit 17 Perimeter, area and volume 2


  • Unit 15 Equations and graphs
  • Unit 16 Circle theorems
  • Unit 17 More algebra

Year 11 Autumn


  • Unit 18 Fractions, indices and standard form
  • Unit 19 Congruence, similarity and vectors
  • Unit 20 More algebra


  • Unit 18 Vectors and geometric proof
  • Unit 19 Proportion and graphs

Year 11 Spring

  • Revision and exam paper practise

Year 11 Summer

  • Revision and exam paper practise