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Year 9

Year 9 Programme of Study – Mathematics Mastery

All students will be following the Mathematics Mastery scheme of work.

If students are struggling to master topics they have studied with in class, there are two websites which provide worksheets of exam style questions, exemplar or worked solutions (WAGOLLs) and a video guide for explanation.  Further to this, by typing a particular topic into Youtube you can usually find some good ‘how to’ guidance.   all free – no login or registration required.    all free – no login or registration required.

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                                     Homework tasks

Autumn 1


• FDP review

• Theoretical and experimental probability

• Probability of single events

• Probability of combined events

Sample spaces

• Venn diagrams

• Sample spaces

• Two way tables

• Tree diagrams

Autumn 2 

Quadratic expressions and equations

• Creating quadratic expressions

• Expanding and factorising binomials

• Plotting quadratic graphs

• Solving quadratic equations

• Completing the square and turning points

Spring 1

Constructions, congruence and loci

• Ruler and compass constructions

• Congruence

• Loci

Pythagoras’ Theorem

• Using Pythagoras to find missing sides in right angle triangles

• Using Pythagoras to solve problems with 3D objects

Spring 2

Enlargement and similarity

• Review Year 7 and 8 ratio

• Similarity and enlargement

• Area and volume of similar shapes

Surds and trigonometry

• Surds

• Using trigonometric ratios to find unknown angles and sides

• Solving problems using trigonometric ratios

Summer 1

Solving graphically

• Setting up simultaneous equations

• Finding solutions graphically to a set of one or more simultaneous equations

Solving algebraically

• Setting up simultaneous equations

• Using algebraic methods to solve simultaneous equations

Summer 2

Indices and standard from

• Index notation and rules

• Fractional and negative indices

• Comparing and ordering numbers in standard form

• Calculating in standard form

Growth and decay

• Compound percentage change

• Reverse percentage change

• Other growth and decay contexts