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Key Stage 3 Mathematics
The Key Stage 3 Mathematics program at Mesaieed International School has been designed to encourage and foster an interest and enthusiasm for mathematics and to enable every student to be confident applying their knowledge when facing problems in the real world.
Upon arrival in Year 7, students are placed in ability groups based upon Key Stage 2 data, diagnostic assessment data and information provided by the primary school. This setting enables us to vary the level and pace of the lesson, extending the more able and giving more individual help to those who require it.
In Key Stage 3 the department has its own schemes of work, based on the National Curriculum. Pupils are taught by an enthusiastic and experienced team of teachers. One of the sets in each year group is deliberately small with usually no more than 10 students, to provide them with the opportunity to cover ‘gaps’ in their essential subject knowledge, using a set of specially designed ‘Academy’ and ‘Springboard’ materials. We are also supported by the school’s Additional Educational Needs Department.
Each half term all students are tested to assess progress. Every student’s progress is constantly monitored and set changes are made from time to time where it is deemed appropriate for the student.
Mathematics contributes to the whole-school curriculum at Key Stage 3 by developing pupils’ abilities to:
· reason logically, algebraically and geometrically
· solve problems
· handle data
Mathematics is important for pupils in many other areas of study within Mesaieed International School. Through the topics covered in their lessons throughout Key Stage 3, we aim to enable pupils to build a secure framework of mathematical reasoning, which they can use and apply with confidence throughout the rest of their lives. The Mathematics Department follows the ‘Framework Maths’ scheme of work for Key Stage 3 and basic numeracy is developed and practiced in the class, supported by regular mental arithmetic testing.
The Mathematics Department subscribes annually to the www.Myimaths.com web site. The website can be accessed using the unique school login and password. Each pupil has their own user ID and password. Pupils can find lessons on every topic covered in class and can complete homework set which compliments the work covered in their lessons. The website marks their work instantly (teachers are able to access this remotely) and has lots of interactive Maths games to play whilst they learn.
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