Click to Expand Autumn Content:
Number Skills
Analysing and Displaying Data
Equations, Functions
and Formulae
Decimals and Measures
  • Mental Maths
  • Addition and Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Finance: Time and Money
  • Negative Numbers
  • Factors, Multiples and Primes
  • Square and Triangle Numbers
  • Mode, Median and Range
  • Displaying Data
  • Grouping Data
  • Averaging and Comparing Data
  • Line Graphs and Bar Charts
  • Functions
  • Simplifying Expressions
  • Writing Expressions
  • Substituting into Formulae
  • Writing Formulae
  • Decimals and Rounding
  • Length, Mass and Capacity
  • Scales and Measures
  • Working with Decimals
  • Perimeter
  • Area
  • Other Units of Measure
Priority of operations, BIDMAS, round, estimation, column method, approximation, inverse, divisible, positive, negative, greater than, less than, multiple, factor, Venn diagram, common factors, prime, highest common factor, common multiples, lowest common multiple, square numbers, square root, inverse, index, indices
Data, value, range, mode, modal, median, pictogram, key, bar chart, bar-line chart, tally chart, frequency,frequency table, groups, classes, grouped tally chart, modal class, grouped frequency table, mean, average, compare, line graph, dual bar chart, compound bar chart
Function, function machine, inputs,outputs, simplify, expressions, like terms, expand, variable, formula, unknown, substituting
Place value, decimal place, 1 d.p., Length, millimetre (mm), centimetre (cm), metre (m), kilometre (km), mass, gram (g), kilogram (kg), capacity, millilitre (ml), litre (l), x-axis, y-axis, doubling and halving, magnitude, approximate, regular polygon, perimeter, area, Metric, Imperial
Click to Expand Spring Content:
Fractions, Decimals
and Percentages
Ratio and Proportion
  • Comparing Fractions
  • Simplifying Fractions
  • Working with Fractions
  • Fractions and Decimals
  • Understanding Percentages
  • Percentages of Amounts
  • Direct Proportion
  • Writing Ratios
  • Using Ratios
  • Proportions and Fractions
  • Proportions and Percentages
  • The Language
    of Probability
  • Calculating Probability
  • More Probability Calculations
  • Experimental Probability
  • Expected Outcomes
cancel, cancellation, convert, decimal, fraction, equivalent, equivalence, lowest terms, mixed number, numerator, denominator, percentage (%), proper/improper fraction, simplest form
cancel, cancellation, convert, decimal, fraction, lowest terms, proportion, ratio, simplest form including notation 3 : 2
certain, uncertain, chance, no chance, good chance, poor chance, fifty-fifty chance, even chance, dice, doubt, equally likely, fair, unfair, likelihood, likely, unlikely, outcome, possible, impossible, probability, probability scale, probable, random, risk, spin, spinner
Click to Expand Summer Content:
Lines and Angles
Sequence and Graphs
  • Lines, Angles and Triangles
  • Estimating, Measuring and
    Drawing Angles
  • Drawing Triangles Accurately
  • STEM: Calculating Angles
  • Angles in a Triangle
  • Quadrilaterals
  • Congruency and Enlargements
  • Symmetry
  • Reflection
  • Rotation
  • Translations and Combined Transformations
  • Sequences
  • Pattern Sequences
  • Coordinates
  • Extending Sequences
  • Straight-Line Graphs
  • Position-to-Term Rules
Angles, Acute, Obtuse, Reflex, Right Angle, Straight Line, Full Circle, Degrees, Triangle, Isosceles, Equilateral, Scalene, Quadrilateral, Properties, Diagonal, Vertex, Vertices, Bisect, Polygon, Interior Angle, Exterior Angle, Regular polygon, Irregular polygon, Sum
axis of symmetry, centre of rotation, congruent, line of symmetry, object, line symmetry, mirror line, image, order of rotation symmetry, reflect, reflection, reflection symmetry, rotate, rotation, rotation symmetry, symmetrical, transformation, translate, translation
axis, axes, consecutive, continue, coordinate pair, coordinate point, coordinates. equation (of a graph), finite, infinite, function, function machine, generate, graph, increase, decrease, input, output, mapping, n th term, origin, predict, relationship, rule, sequence, straight-line graph, term, x-axis, y-axis, x-coordinate, y-coordinate
Subject Overview:

In Maths, Year 7 students have 5 lessons each week.

Year 7 students will receive one 30-40 minute piece of Maths homework each week.
Homework can consist of online homework, written homework or research and presentation preparation.

Students are set in groups according to learning need within the first few days of starting at St George's.
All sets study the same topics but at varying depth and complexity.


Students in Year 7 are given an assessment at the end of each unit and a summative assessment at the end of each term.