Mr Baddeley

Course Information

We aim to allow each child to develop their Maths skills to their full potential. We also aim to develop confidence and enjoyment in Maths at all levels.

Our scheme of work is divided into five main topic areas, these are:-


            Using and Applying Maths              Shape and Space          Ratio and Proportion

            Number and Algebra                           Data Handling

The work on each of the five areas is spread out over the years. The first area, Using and Applying Maths is a general theme, which is integrated into the rest of our work.

In some lessons, the whole class will be working on the same activity. These are always designed so that all students can cope with the basic activity and further, more demanding work will be available for the more able students.  We thus make every effort to deal with each child as an individual.  Support for the least able includes close liaison with the Learning Support Department and a variety of other materials which are available to support the main scheme.

Course Content

Course Content
Year 7Students work in mixed ability groups until Christmas and are broadly set as a result of a formal assessment.
Year 8Students continue to work in broad sets on the five topic areas above.
Year 9Students are setted in GCSE groups and students begin their GCSE preparation.

Extra Curricular Opportunities

Students have the opportunity to take part in the United Kingdom Mathematics Trust Maths Challenges, run by the University of Leeds, which are aimed at the top levels of ability. The three different tiers of the Challenge, Junior, Intermediate and Senior, allow students in all year groups to enter, with the material in the Challenges testing students’ intuitive mathematical ability.


Students have a formal assessment every half term and strengths and areas of development are noted by the class teacher. Homework is set online using My Maths.

If you have any questions or queries relating to the Maths curriculum please email for more information.