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We are starting to publish our new prototype question sets for English. We would welcome feedback from teachers, and any surveys completed will count towards your total. When you click through to a question set, you may find some labelled as: “pre-prototype”. We welcome your feedback on these but please be aware that they were written before we developed the different models of question set we believe appropriate for English.

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Maths

Year 3

Estimate Answers and use Inverse to Check

Year 4

Count in Multiples of 25 and 1,000

Count in Multiples of 3 and 6

Find 1,000 More or Less than a Given Number

Year 8

Direct Proportion Using Currency

Direct Proportion Using “Best Buys”

Year 9

Understanding Sets and Set Notation

Interpreting Venn Diagrams and Multiple Sets

Find the Probability of Single Events

Understand and use the Probability Line

Understand All Probabilities Add up to 1

Use Sample Spaces to Calculate Probabilities of Single and Combined Events

Interpret Pie Charts and Calculate Angles

Practice Question sets – NB, we have changed the title “Quick Maths” to “Practice”

(No Link))   Practice Adding Fractions with the Same Denominators

(No Link) Practice Subtracting Fractions with the Same Denominators

Practice Adding Fractions with Related Denominators

(No Link) Practice Subtracting Fractions with Related Denominators

Practice Adding Fractions with Different Denominators

Practice Subtracting Fractions with Different Denominators

Practice Identify and Find Cube Numbers

English

 Year 1 – 6

Year 1-6 Suffix Revision

Year 3/4/5/6

 Identifying Statements, Commands, Questions and Exclamations

 Year 5/6

 Editing and Improving Writing

Year 7/8/9

Using a Range of Grammatical Structures for Effect

Cross-Curricular Analysis of ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’

Figurative and Literal Language (‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’)

Pathetic Fallacy (Frankenstein)

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