Moving to the new 9-1 grading system can be confusing; in Maths we use Pearson/Edexcel as our exam board. For more information from the exam board about the new grades see the video below.
The Key Stage 4 schemes of work build on the Key Stage 3 model to ensure genuine progression across the five years of the secondary phase. Consequently there are now seven yearly schemes referred to as Stage 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. These are designed to be drawn upon as part of three different 11-16 pathways (e.g. Level 4 to C+)
A * indicates a final year version of the scheme of work; for example, stage 6* is an abbreviated version of stage 6.
The resources and Schemes of learning have been put together by www.kangaroomaths.com with the support of the Gloucestershire Maths Advisory Team, the Herefordshire School Improvement Service and the Cornwall Education Development Services.
The schemes of learning are currently being updated by us for teaching of the new maths curriculum for first teaching in September 2015.