Year 8 Curriculum - Blythe Bridge High School & Sixth Form
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Year 8 Curriculum

Key Stage 3

In Key stage 3, we build on these embedded skills and continue to teach maths following the QCA guidelines. Functional maths activities help children to see the relevance of maths in the real world and are used regularly within topics so that children will know how they can apply the skills they are learning outside the classroom. Homework is set in maths to practise skills and to further develop learning. We appreciate parental support and encourage parents and family members to practice telling the time, multiplication tables and division facts.

Number – Place value and calculations
Statistics – Averages and Measures of Spread. Comparing averages
Algebra Expressions and Formulae
Geometry and Measures – angles, properties of shape and construction
Number – Fractions, decimals and percentages
Geometry and Measures 2 – Measures and Mensuration
Algebra – Sequences and Nth term
Number – The properties of number and BODMAS
Statistics 2 – Representing Data (linear)
Algebra – Functions and graphs
Geometry and Measures – Construction and transformations
Number – Standard form
Algebra – Equations
Number – Decimals, measures fractions and percentages
Number – Ratio and proportion
Geometry and Measures 4 – Geometrical reasoning
Statistics – Probability, scatter graphs, pie charts and correlation
Algebra – Algebraic manipulation


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