Learn the general rules that hold Maths together.
Integers and Place Values
Ordering Different Types of Numbers
Relationships between Numbers
Indices show us how to multiply a number by itself
Indices: Squares and Cubes
Indices: Higher Powers
Indices: Negative Numbers
Indices: Multiplying and Dividing
Indices: Negative Powers
Indices: Brackets and Combinations
Indices: Fractional Powers
Understand and use fractions, including fractions greater than one
What Are Fractions?
Top-Heavy Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Fractions: Adding and Subtracting
Sometimes, numbers are not exact. Learn how to estimate and round numbers within an acceptable range.
The relative value of numbers and amounts is important, and there are systems which we use to standardise these.
The Metric System
The Imperial System
Converting Area and Volume Units
Direct and Inverse Proportion
Working with Ratios
Factors, multiples and roots help us understand how different numbers relate to each other
Lowest Common Multiples
Highest Common Factors
Estimating Roots of any Number
Standard form helps us write numbers that are either very big or very small
Surds help us to express irrational numbers in a way that is simple and precise
Surds: Multiplying and Dividing
Surds: Adding and Subtracting
Surds: Multiplying Brackets
Understand and use numbers that have decimal places
Understand, use and finding percentages. Learn to recognise when there has been in increase or decrease
What Are Percentages?
Working with Percentages: Increase and Decrease
Fractions, decimals and percentages are different ways to represent numbers and the relations between them.