# Home Learning

## Work for pupils isolating due to COVID-19 symptoms

The links below contain work and research suggestions from across the school curriculum

## Mathematics - Work for WB 13/09/2021

Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9

In order for your child to continue their Maths learning while at home, "White Rose Maths" offers online resources matching and complementing the learning taking place in school.

How to use the lessons:

• Click on the set of lessons for your child's year group.

• Watch the video (either on your own or with your child).

• Find a calm space where your child can work for about 20-30 minutes.

• Use the video guidance to support your child as they work through a lesson.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

• For all years, please focus on the Autumn Term topics, or “Blocks” as they are called on the White Rose website.

Year 10

1. This overview shows the topics taught in Year 10 this year.

2. Please focus on the lessons in the Autumn Term.

3. Click on the link for each topic.

4. Watch the video.

5. Find a calm space where you can work for about 20-30 minutes at a time.
You will need to aim to have 2 to 3 of these blocks of working time PER LESSON.

6. At the end of each block, please mark your work and go over those questions that you got wrong again (DIRT).

Year 11

• Look at the lesson that you last completed in school. Find the learning objective below

• Move onto the next lesson. Use the link to work through the online lessons making notes and completing any tasks set

 FRACTIONS INDICES AND SURDS Lesson Objectives Link to oak academy resources 1 By writing the denominator in terms of its prime factors, decide whether fractions can be converted to recurring or terminating decimals; Convert a fraction to a recurring decimal and vice versa; 2 Estimate roots Understand that the inverse operation of raising a positive number to a power (recognise connection between and .) 3 Use index laws to simplify and calculate the value of numerical expressions inc, fractional and negative powers Solve problems using index laws 4 Understand surd notation, Simplify surd expressions 5 To expanding brackets with surds 6 Rationalise the denominator EXPRESSIONS AND FORMULAE 1 Expanding and factorising Expand the product of any two linear expressions e.g. (2x + 3y)(3x – y); Expand triple brackets Lesson 3 and 4 Further Algebra 2 Factorise quadratic expressions a ≠1; Lesson 1 and 2 Factorising and Solving Quadratics lesson 1 and 2 Factorising and Solving Quadratics (Higher) 3 Solve ‘Show that’ and proof questions using consecutive integers (n, n + 1), squares a2, b2, even numbers 2n, odd numbers 2n +1 including those that involve products; Algebraic Proof 4 Algebraic fractions Simplify algebraic fractions; Add and subtract algebraic fractions Multiply and divide algebraic fractions; Lesson 1 and 2 Further Algebraic Fractions lesson 4 Factorising and Solving Quadratics lesson 4 Factorising and Solving Quadratics (Higher) 5 Write quadratic expressions in the form Lesson 3 Further Quadratic Equations 6 Rearranging formulae Change the subject of a formula, including cases where the subject occurs on both sides of the formula, or where a power of the subject appears; Change the subject of a formula where all variables are in the denominators; Substitution and Rearraning Formulae EQUATIONS 1 Solve quadratic equations by factorisation Set up and solve quadratic equations; Solve quadratic inequalities algebraically 2 Solve quadratic equations by completing the square; Set up and solve quadratic equations; 3 Solve quadratic equations by quadratic formula Set up and solve quadratic equations; 4 Solve linear and quadratic equations arising from algebraic fractions 5 Simultaneous equations Use elimination or substitution to solve simultaneous equations involving quadratics 6 Solve quadratic (and cubic) equations using an iterative process Use iteration with simple converging sequences