Maths Documents

Mr King 9/10a Maths

Laws of Indices 14.4.20

Mr King 7/8 B

Mean and averages 14.4.20

Mr King Maths 7/8 D

Division 14.4.20

Deadline: 22 April

Mr Howarth Maths Groups:

7 8 A Powers for 22nd April

7 8 C Adding Fractions for 22nd April

9 10 B Ratio for 22nd April

9 10 C Algebra for 22nd April

27th March:

Mr King 7/8d

Today we’re going to work on multiplication, specifically on larger numbers.
First there’s a video to watch:
Then a quiz to have a go at:
Then a worksheet to try.
Please make sure we’ve got this done by Monday.

Mr King Year 9/10a

Today, we’re going to do some more practice on solving simultaneous equations.
Here’s a link to yesterday’s video again – this might prove helpful to remind you of how to solve the equations.
Here’s another quiz to have a go at, remember, slow down and make sure you’ve checked your answers – there were a lot of wrong answers to the last few questions yesterday.
Here’s a worksheet to then have a go at, plenty to keep you going till Wednesday after Easter (15th April).

Mr King KS3

Today is times tables challenge day! I’d like you to spend 25 minutes on TT rockstars. For the rest of this week – you’ve got a special treat – times tables up to 19!
Good luck!

Mr King

Mr King 9/10a

The next topic we’re starting is on solving equations and graphs.
To begin with, we’re going to start with solving linear equations.
Here’s a video to get you started:
Then a quiz to have a go at:
Then a worksheet to try:
Please could you make sure that this is done by Friday. As we progress through the topic it will be really important that we keep up with the work.

Mr King, 7/8 D

Here’s a video link explaining how to do the questions:
Here’s a quiz to check your understanding:
Lastly, there’s a worksheet to have a go at.
Please could you make sure that this is done by Friday.

Mr King Maths KS3 B set:

Please find attached your maths work for today, one work sheet and a video explanation for the median.
We’re starting a new topic on analysing and displaying data.
To begin with, we’ll look at the mode of a set of data. The mode is the most common piece of data in a set.
For example, in the set: 1,2,3,4,5,5,6,7 the mode is 5, because there are more 5s than any other number.
The median is explained in the video below:
Please could you complete the attached sheet and return your answers to me by Thursday.
Mr King Year 11 maths:


Whilst school is closed, it is expected that ALL students in y7 and y8 should be spending at least 2 fifteen minute sessions per week on TTRockstars website.