# Maths Key Stage 3

### Course Information

The Oxford Home Schooling Key Stage 3 Maths course has been designed to gently introduce your child to the various aspects of the Key Stage 3 Maths curriculum. It is written in an informal and lively style with plenty of diagrams and illustrations to keep your child engaged with the material.

The course is divided into three one year sections, corresponding to the school years, 7, 8 and 9. Some students may take three years to complete the course, others may take two years or proceed even more quickly. By the end of the course, students should be in a good position to tackle a GCSE or IGCSE programme (Key Stage 4) in earnest.

The course covers the National Curriculum for Years 7 to 9, otherwise known as Key Stage 3. Each year has between 15 and 16 lessons and 6 tutor-marked assignments.

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### Year 7

• Lesson 1: The Number System
• Lesson 2: Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers
• Lesson 3: Transformations
• Lesson 4: Multiplication and Division
• Lesson 5: Multiples, Factors and BIDMAS
• Lesson 6: Angles, Quadrilaterals and Polygons
• Lesson 7: Perimeter, Area and Volume
• Lesson 8: Working with Fractions
• Lesson 9: Sums with Fractions
• Lesson 10: Mixed Numbers
• Lesson 11: What is Algebra?
• Lesson 12: Algebra Basics
• Lesson 13: Collecting Terms
• Lesson 14: Introducing Decimals
• Lesson 15: Decimals in Practice

### Year 8

• Lesson 16: Metric and Imperial Units
• Lesson 17: Calculating Distance
• Lesson 18: More Complex Shapes
• Lesson 19: Angles and Straight Lines
• Lesson 20: Symmetry
• Lesson 21: Nets
• Lesson 22: Other Metric and Imperial Units
• Lesson 23: Ratio and Proportion
• Lesson 24: Percentages
• Lesson 25: Multiplication and Division in Algebra
• Lesson 26: Brackets
• Lesson 27: Factorising
• Lesson 28: Triangles
• Lesson 29: More on Triangles
• Lesson 30: Formulae
• Lesson 31: Equations (1)
• Lesson 32: Equations (2)
• Lesson 33: Finding and Presenting Information

### Year 9

• Lesson 34: Getting to Grips with Graphwork (1)
• Lesson 35: Loci
• Lesson 36: Sequences
• Lesson 37: Introducing Indices
• Lesson 38: Standard Form
• Lesson 39: Squares, Roots and Reciprocals
• Lesson 40: Getting to Grips with Graphwork (2)
• Lesson 41: Fractions in Algebra
• Lesson 42: Working with Brackets
• Lesson 43: Type 3 Brackets
• Lesson 44: Trigonometry
• Lesson 45: Ratio and Proportion
• Lesson 46: Bearings
• Lesson 47: Averages
• Lesson 48: Probability
• Lesson 49: Cumulative Frequency
• Lesson 50: Revision and Overview Project

### How much does it cost?

At key stage 3 you can either purchase one year for a subject or purchase the whole three year course.

One subject year (e.g. Year 7 Maths) is charged at £250.

Subsequent subjects applied for at the same time are then charged at £225.

A three year course (e.g. Years 7, 8 and 9 for Maths) is charged at £650.

You can pay in full or by instalments. See our pricing page for further details.

### Tutor Support

As students work through a course they have support from a qualified tutor that has a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) or a degree in education. They will help by:

• Marking all course assignments
• Providing written and verbal feedback as required
• Providing telephone and email support

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