Numbers, operations and relationships 43 Lessons- Integers in context
- Expressing numbers using scientific notation
- Multiplying and dividing decimal fractions
- Distance, speed and time calculations
- Simple interest
- Rounding off whole numbers
- Adding whole numbers using columns
- Prime factorisation
- Division of integers
- Finding square roots and cube roots of integers
- Understanding the exponential form
- Subtraction of integers
- Compound interest
- Rate, indirect and direct proportion
- Exchange rates
- Converting between mixed and improper fractions
- Exponent calculations without a calculator
- Long division with whole numbers
- Solving problems involving scientific notation
- Addition of integers
- Exchange rates, profit and loss
- VAT
- Hire purchase
- Decimal fractions and place value
- Ratio
- Equivalent fractions
- Calculations with integers
- Simplifying fractions
- Properties of integers
- Subtracting whole numbers using columns
- Solving equations that involve exponents
- Multiples and factors
- Simplifying expressions using the laws of exponents (2)
- Equivalent forms of decimal fractions
- Multiplying whole numbers using columns
- Simplifying expressions using the laws of exponents (1)
- The laws of exponents (2)
- The real number system
- Converting decimal to common fractions
- Squaring and cubing integers
- Multiplication of integers
- The laws of exponents (1)
- Adding and subtracting decimal fractions

Patterns, functions and algebra 47 Lessons- Drawing global graphs
- Types of patterns
- Generating ordered pairs
- Properties of graphs
- The Cartesian plane and straight lines
- The product of binomial expressions
- Factorising with variables
- Square rooting and cube rooting algebraic terms
- Decimal fractions and algebra
- Solving equations with exponents
- Inputs and outputs
- Multiplying and dividing by monomials
- Factorising with numbers and variables
- Factorising as a tool to simplify
- Multiplying and dividing algebraic terms
- Pattern notation
- Number sequences (1)
- Drawing linear graphs (y=mx+c) using the dual intercept method
- Factorising trinomials (2)
- Solving equations by factorisation
- Investigating patterns using formulae
- Straight lines 01
- Investigating patterns
- Extending patterns
- Classifying and identifying monomials, binomials, trinomials
- Drawing linear graphs (y=mx+c) using the table method
- Straight lines 02
- Solving equations
- Making the subject of an equation different
- Factorising where signs change
- Substituting into algebraic expressions
- Plotting points in the Cartesian plane
- Interpreting global graphs
- Solving equations by inspection
- Transferring to the Cartesian plane and representing this as graphs
- Number sequences (2)
- Investigating patterns using tables
- Factorising with brackets
- Squaring and cubing algebraic terms
- Factorising trinomials (1)
- Identifying equivalent forms
- The difference of two squares
- Adding and subtracting algebraic terms
- Investigating patterns that are diagrammatic
- Factorising with numbers
- Solving equations by additive and multiplicative inverses
- Finding the equations of straight lines when given the graph and certain properties

Space and shape 14 LessonsMeasurement 8 LessonsData handling 20 Lessons- Interpreting data (3)
- Presenting data with pie charts
- Interpreting and analysing data
- Tally tables
- Interpreting data (4)
- Interpreting data (2)
- Organising data
- Interpreting data (1)
- Tree diagrams (1)
- Bar graphs and dual bar graphs
- Relative frequency
- Summarising data
- Collecting data
- Outliers
- Pie charts
- Scatter plots
- Broken line graphs
- Two-way tables
- Histograms
- Tree diagrams (2)

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