# Mathematics

**General Information**

All pupils study Maths throughout their time at Hull Trinity House Academy. All years have four lessons per week.

**Staffing**

Staff Member | Role |
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Mr M. Thomas | Subject Leader of Maths Associate Assistant Principal |

Mr S. Woods | Maths TeacherSecond in Department |

Mr T. Kelsey | Maths Teacher House Leader of Harrison House |

Mr M. Hall | Maths Teacher |

Miss R. Thompson | Maths Teacher |

Mr. L Ryder | Maths HLTA and intervention support |

**Key Stage 3**

During years 7 and 8, we follow a mastery scheme of work which covers all areas of the maths curriculum and focusses on preparing the pupils to have all the necessary basic skills to start the GCSE.

**Key Stage 4**

We start the GCSE syllabus in year 9 and follow a 3 year scheme of work. The work for GCSE is supported by the use of new Pearson’s textbooks and is separated in to Higher and Foundation courses.

All exams in Maths take place in June of year 11 and we are currently working towards the Edexcel GCSE for all year groups.

Exam Board: Edexcel | ||

2 Tiers | Higher or Foundation | |

3 Papers for each tier | Each paper is 1 ½ hours long | Any topic can be tested on each paper |

1 Calculator and 2 Non-Calculator | No formula page (you must learn most formulas) | |

Content | ||

The assessment in the GCSE covers the following topics in the following weightings. Foundation: - Number: 22-28% weighting - Algebra: 17-23% weighting - Ratio, Proportion and Rate of Change: 22-28% weighting - Geometry and Measure: 12-18% weighting - Statistics and Probability: 12-18% weighting Higher: - Number: 12-18% weighting - Algebra: 27-33% weighting - Ratio, Proportion and Rate of Change: 17-23% weighting - Geometry and Measure: 17-23% weighting - Statistics and Probability: 12-18% weighting | ||

Revision Resources | ||

- Hegarty Maths website - CGP Revision Guide Higher or Foundation available with workbook (ask class teacher for information) – - Question level Analysis data (provided by teacher) - Pinpoint Booklets (provided by teacher) | ||

Revision Techniques | ||

Question Level Analysis | This will highlight all of the areas and topics that you have done well and badly in a mock exam. Focus your revision on topics you got wrong from the beginning of the paper to maximise the marks you gain from easier questions. | |

Hegarty Maths | Clip numbers are listed against each question on Question Level Analysis sheet after mock exams.Log on and type the clip numbers of any topic you need to revise into the search bar. Watch the video and then do the quiz.Try topics a couple of times to consolidate understanding (make sure you get 100% on quizzes). | |

Past Papers / Mock Papers | Review mock papers to check mistakes. Look at mark schemes/ modelled answers to see how to correctly answer. Use revision guide / Hegarty Maths to do more questions to practice and consolidate.Use practice papers to look at more exam style questions – review in same way as mock exams. | |

Flash Cards | Write explanations / methods for common problems on one side of cardWrite topic name or question on otherTest yourself on a regular basis | |

Formulae / Key information Cards / posters | Use in same way Flash Cards but write name / topic / question type on one sideWrite clear formula / information on other to check recall of factsAll required formulas are in planners and other key information is in revision booklet | |

Revision Guide | Revision guides are an alternative source of explanations and practice questionsChoose topics from QLA in same way as choosing Hegarty maths topics | |

Kim’s Game | Kim’s game can be used for practising formula and key factsWrite out formulas a number of time (such as on flash cards) but leave part of it outThe idea is you work out what is missing and it helps you remember the full formulaLook up technique on internet to get best use out of it |

**Key Stage 5**

Alongside Maritime studies in years 12 and 13, pupils are able to take an A-Level in Maths through Hull Trinity House Nautical College. The course is suitable for confident Higher GCSE students with at least a Grade 6 and It is also taught at Carmalite House with all other post 16 courses. We follow the AQA A-Level Maths course with exams being taken in June of Year 13.

**Enrichment**

Alongside the usual curriculum, the Maths Department also runs after school enrichment classes for selected high achieving pupils in a **Further Maths GCSE course** and regularly enter pupils for **UK Maths Challenge **competitions and team challenges.