NOTE: Some aspects of some higher tier topics may be added to class sessions where appropriate. However, in fairness to the majority of students, higher tier work is predominantly covered through supported self study and students should tackle the higher tier on this basis. The primary medium for study support will be the wiki, and will assume that students are using appropriate books and web resources.

NOTE:Someaspects ofsomehigher tier topics may be added to class sessions where appropriate. However, in fairness to the majority of students, higher tier work is predominantly covered through supported self study and students should tackle the higher tier on this basis. The primary medium for study support will be the wiki, and will assume that students are using appropriate books and web resources.## Wk

TopicInterior and exterior angles in a polygon[homework sheet]Solving linear equations using brackets[homework sheet]Loci[homework sheet]Histograms, and choosing appropriate ways to display discrete and continuous data[homework sheet]Time series: represent data as time series; identify trends in data over time; moving averages.[homework sheet]Probabilitytree diagrams: “and” & “or”[homework sheet]Triangular and Fibonacci sequences: missing numbers, diagrams, finding the next term.[homework sheet]Expand and simplify expressions involving two pairs of brackets. Factorise quadratic expressions.[homework]Enlargements using positive and negative scale factors greater and less than one. Vectors.[homework sheet]Cumulative frequency and box plots[no homework sheet yet − will be added later]Reverse percentages: finding the original amount[homework sheet]Circles. Surface area and volume of cuboids, prisms, cylinders, cones, pyramids and spheres.[homework sheet]Higher level questions on formulæ and transposition. Algebraic fractions.Direct and inverse proportion – finding the constant of proportionalitySolving simultaneous equations algebraically. Calculations involving standard form.Trigonometry and sine/cosine rulesDraw the graphs of linear inequalities and shade the appropriate regions to satisfy the inequalities.

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