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11th May 2020

This week’s work is below for your classes. You should also check your emails as some additional instructions from teachers may be sent. Remember to ask your subject teacher if you need any extra help or support with the work.

If you are worried about something, always get in touch with your teacher, Year Leader, Mr Jeffery or Ms Lee who will help in any way they can.


Click on your year group: Year 7, Year 8, Year 9 & 10Year 12 Maths and Year 12 Further Maths. Then scroll down until you find your class. Year 11 and Year 13: make sure you check your emails regularly as your teacher will be emailing you directly. 

Year 7

This week we are learning…

Pie Charts and Scatter Diagrams

  • Pie Charts (Hegarty videos: 427, 428, 429)
  • Scatter Diagrams (Hegarty videos: 453, 454)

For the next two weeks, in addition to your Hegarty maths we are running a project for you to complete at home (see details below)! Make sure you log on to Hegarty Maths on Monday as normal (https://hegartymaths.com/) so you can see which videos your teacher has set that relate to the project. You have until next Monday morning to complete the tasks. If you can, try and get them completed earlier in the week and remember to email your teacher directly or leave a comment on Hegarty Maths if you need help. 

You can always watch the videos your teacher doesn’t set as extra work.

For each task make sure that you:

  1. Watch the video
  2. Make notes of key points and examples
  3. Complete the quiz

Project: This week we will be continuing “The Stay Home Project”. Here is an instruction video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lM4borE14kQewhzU_MCYH3ayvHK2Fssz/view?usp=sharing

All resources you need can be found here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=18NNP04ylWI7Ha21uQP-0KiMjb7-xR6Lf

Here is a checklist of everything you need to complete this week

  • Pie chart or bar chart, coloured and labelled [Part 5]
  • Averages for your own data from Part 4 from last week [Part 6]
  • Copy frequency tables from the email from your teacher [Part 7]
  • Draw frequency polygons for school, recreation, and self-care using the class’s data [Part 7]
  • Calculate the averages for the classes data [Part7]
  • State which type of average is best and why [Part 7]
  • Write a short report using the sentence starters [Part 8]

The project is due in on Monday 18th May.

Be sure to be completing your Hegarty tasks like normal throughout the week.

If you would like some additional practice, complete the following worksheets:

  1. Pie Charts: https://corbettmaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Drawing-Pie-Charts.pdf
  2. Scatter Diagrams: https://corbettmaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Scatter-Graphs-1.pdf

Use the solutions to mark your work and email a picture of your work to your teacher if you would like some feedback or have a question you are stuck with!

All work should be completed in your classwork book.  

Good luck and work hard!

 

Year 8

8MA1 & 8MA5

This week we are learning…

Averages & Frequency Tables:

  • Quartiles and interquartile range (Hegarty video: 411)
  • Cumulative frequency (Hegarty video: 437, 438)
  • Box plots (Hegarty videos: 434, 435)

For the next two weeks, in addition to your Hegarty maths we are running a project for you to complete at home (see details below)! Make sure you log on to Hegarty Maths on Monday as normal (https://hegartymaths.com/) so you can see which videos your teacher has set that relate to the project. You have until next Monday morning to complete the tasks. If you can, try and get them completed earlier in the week and remember to email your teacher directly or leave a comment on Hegarty Maths if you need help. 

You can always watch the videos your teacher doesn’t set as extra work.

For each task make sure that you:

  1. Watch the video
  2. Make notes of key points and examples
  3. Complete the quiz

Project: This week we will be continuing “The Stay Home Project”. Here is an instruction video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lM4borE14kQewhzU_MCYH3ayvHK2Fssz/view?usp=sharing

All resources you need can be found here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=18NNP04ylWI7Ha21uQP-0KiMjb7-xR6Lf

Here is a checklist of everything you need to complete this week

  • Pie chart or bar chart, coloured and labelled [Part 5]
  • Averages for your own data from Part 4 from last week [Part 6]
  • Copy frequency tables from the email from your teacher [Part 7]
  • Draw frequency polygons for school, recreation, and self-care using the class’s data [Part 7]
  • Calculate the averages for the classes data [Part7]
  • State which type of average is best and why [Part 7]
  • Write a short report using the sentence starters [Part 8]

The project is due in on Monday 18th May.

Be sure to be completing your Hegarty tasks like normal throughout the week.

If you would like some additional practice, complete the following worksheets:

Use the solutions to mark your work and email a picture of your work to your teacher if you would like some feedback or have a question you are stuck with!

All work should be completed in your classwork book.  

Good luck and work hard!

 

8MA2/3/4/S/T & 8MA6/7/8

This week we are learning…

Pie Charts & Scatter Graphs:

  • Pie Charts (Hegarty videos: 427, 428, 429)
  • Scatter Graphs (Hegarty videos: 453, 454)

For the next two weeks, in addition to your Hegarty maths we are running a project for you to complete at home (see details below)! Make sure you log on to Hegarty Maths on Monday as normal (https://hegartymaths.com/) so you can see which videos your teacher has set that relate to the project. You have until next Monday morning to complete the tasks. If you can, try and get them completed earlier in the week and remember to email your teacher directly or leave a comment on Hegarty Maths if you need help. 

You can always watch the videos your teacher doesn’t set as extra work.

For each task make sure that you:

  1. Watch the video
  2. Make notes of key points and examples
  3. Complete the quiz

Project: This week we will be continuing “The Stay Home Project”. Here is an instruction video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lM4borE14kQewhzU_MCYH3ayvHK2Fssz/view?usp=sharing

All resources you need can be found here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=18NNP04ylWI7Ha21uQP-0KiMjb7-xR6Lf

Here is a checklist of everything you need to complete this week

  • Pie chart or bar chart, coloured and labelled [Part 5]
  • Averages for your own data from Part 4 from last week [Part 6]
  • Copy frequency tables from the email from your teacher [Part 7]
  • Draw frequency polygons for school, recreation, and self-care using the class’s data [Part 7]
  • Calculate the averages for the classes data [Part7]
  • State which type of average is best and why [Part 7]
  • Write a short report using the sentence starters [Part 8]

The project is due in on Monday 18th May.

Be sure to be completing your Hegarty tasks like normal throughout the week.

If you would like some additional practice, complete the following worksheets:

Use the solutions to mark your work and email a picture of your work to your teacher if you would like some feedback or have a question you are stuck with!

All work should be completed in your classwork book.  

Good luck and work hard!

 

Year 9 & 10

9MA1 and 10MA2

This week we are learning…

  • Linear Inequalities. Hegarty videos: 269, 270, 271, 272
  • Quadratic Inequalities. Hegarty videos: 277
  • Index Laws (Solving Equations). Hegarty videos: 796, 797, 798

Make sure you log on to Hegarty Maths on Monday (https://hegartymaths.com/) so you can see which videos your teacher has set. You have until next Monday morning to complete the tasks. If you can, try and get them completed earlier in the week and remember to email your teacher directly or leave a comment on Hegarty Maths if you need help. 

You can always watch the videos your teacher doesn’t set as extra work.

For each task make sure that you:

  1. Watch the video
  2. Make notes of key points and examples
  3. Complete the quiz

On Friday – all classes should log in to Dr Frost where your teacher will have set you an assessment to summarise the content you have studied throughout the week: https://www.drfrostmaths.com/

If you would like some additional practice, complete the following worksheets:

For a collection of all GCSE Further Maths videos, worksheets and solutions, visit:

https://corbettmaths.com/more/further-maths/

All work should be completed in your classwork book and mark your work using the solutions.

Email a picture of your work to your teacher if you would like some feedback or have a question you are stuck with!

Good luck and work hard!

 

9MA2/3 & 10MA3

This week we are revising…

Error intervals and bounds, Cumulative Frequency, Box Plots

  •  Box Plots (Hegarty videos: 434, 436, 436)
  •  Error intervals and bounds (Hegarty videos: 774, 775, 771, 772, 773)
  •  Cumulative Frequency Diagrams (Hegarty videos: 437, 438, 439)

Make sure you log on to Hegarty Maths on Monday (https://hegartymaths.com/) so you can see which videos your teacher has set. You have until next Monday morning to complete the tasks. If you can, try and get them completed earlier in the week and remember to email your teacher directly or leave a comment on Hegarty Maths if you need help. 

You can always watch the videos your teacher doesn’t set as extra work.

For each task make sure that you:

  1. Watch the video
  2. Make notes of key points and examples
  3. Complete the quiz

If you would like some additional practice, complete the following:

Use the solutions to mark your work and email a picture of your work to your teacher if you would like some feedback or have a question you are stuck with!

All work should be completed in your classwork book.  

Good luck and work hard!

 

9MA4/5/6/7 & 10MA4/5/6/7

This week we are learning…

Angles in polygons and Transformations (reflections and rotations)

  • Angles in polygons (Hegarty videos: 560, 561, 562, 563, 564, 565)
  • Reflections (Hegarty videos: 639, 640, 641, 652)
  • Rotations (Hegarty videos: 648, 649, 653, 654)

Make sure you log on to Hegarty Maths on Monday (https://hegartymaths.com/) so you can see which videos your teacher has set. You have until next Monday morning to complete the tasks. If you can, try and get them completed earlier in the week and remember to email your teacher directly or leave a comment on Hegarty Maths if you need help. 

You can always watch the videos your teacher doesn’t set as extra work.

For each task make sure that you:

  1. Watch the video
  2. Make notes of key points and examples
  3. Complete the quiz

If you would like some additional practice, complete the following worksheets:

Use the solutions to mark your work and email a picture of your work to your teacher if you would like some feedback or have a question you are stuck with!

All work should be completed in your classwork book.  

Good luck and work hard!

 

9MAS/T/U/8 & 10MAS/T/8

Please see the emails from your teacher that will advise you of your work to complete this week.

You will still find your tasks on Hegarty as usual.

Good luck and work hard!

 

10MA1

Please check your emails as Mr Davies will be emailing you work to complete.

 

Year 12 Maths

We are continuing with the A2 Pure content.

This week we are learning:

Differentiation part 2:

  • Lesson 1: Product Rule and Quotient Rule.
  • Lesson 2: x = … (finding dy/dx when the equation is written as x = …)

All of the resources you need can be found here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1LV9II3rVV8zJQCZlZ8YI29KG8rQ1iJHX

Monday: Visit the Google Drive link above or find the relevant videos on the WHTC Resources YouTube channel.

  • Watch each video (there are two).
  • Make notes in your classwork book. 
  • Pause each video when told and complete the practice sections.

Tuesday: Visit the Google Drive link above and complete the relevant exam pack.

  • You can either print this or complete the questions in your book with full solutions.

Wednesday: Visit the Google Drive link above to find model solutions.

  • Mark your exam pack with the model solutions (these are released on Wednesday morning).

Thursday: Visit DrFrost. There will be an assessment to complete that will test your new skills. https://www.drfrostmaths.com/

  • Aim to get all the questions correct! You can retry the assessment if you don’t.

Homework: Complete an AS past paper from your exam pack (available in separate Google Drive link) as directed by your teacher (your teacher will email you to let you know which paper to complete).

Remember: A2 Maths is challenging! If you have any problems or do not understand something in a video or exam pack, contact your teacher who will help you out. Send a photo of your working out to your teacher – this will help to identify the problem quicker.

Good luck!

 

Year 12 Further Maths

We are continuing studying year 13 content this week. 

This week we are learning:

  • How to use elastic energy and conservation of energy to solve problems with elastic springs and strings.

All of the resources you need can be found here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1r4bbH9_9I2ljdXHD9NRzMhLXrhSkTmY1

Monday: Visit the Google Drive link above or find the relevant videos on the WHTC Resources YouTube channel.

  • Watch each video (there are two).
  • Make notes in your classwork book.
  • Pause each video when told and complete the practice sections.

Tuesday: Visit the Google Drive link above and complete the relevant exam pack.

  • You can either print this or complete the questions in your book with full solutions.

Wednesday: Visit the Google Drive link above to find model solutions.

  • Mark your exam pack with the model solutions (these are released on Wednesday morning).

Thursday: Visit DrFrost. There will be an assessment to complete that will test your new skills. https://www.drfrostmaths.com/

  • Aim to earn a medal on the assessment (at least 6 out of 8).

Homework: Complete an AS past paper from your exam pack (available in separate Google Drive link) as directed by your teacher (your teacher will email you to let you know which paper to complete).

Remember: A2 Further Maths is challenging! If you have any problems or do not understand something in a video or exam pack, contact your teacher who will help you out. Send a photo of your working out to your teacher – this will help to identify the problem quicker.

Good luck!