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GradeFEDCBA / A* Area, Perimeter and Volume I understand and can explain the difference between area and perimeter. I can find the area and perimeter of shapes by counting squares. I can calculate the area of rectangles, triangles and compound shapes. I can calculate the area of kites, parallelogram trapeziums and circles. I can calculate the circumference of circles. I can calculate the volume and surface area of cuboids. I can calculate the area and perimeter of semi-circles. I can calculate the volumes and surface area of prisms and cylinders. I can calculate the area of sectors and the length of an arc. I can calculate the volume of cones and spheres I am starting the lesson on grade _______I can ………….. By the end of the lesson I want to be able to ……………………….

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I am starting the lesson on grade _______I can ………….. By the end of the lesson I want to be able to ………………………. GradeGFEDC AnglesI can distinguish between acute, obtuse, reflex and right angles. I can work out the size of missing angles at a point I can work out the size of missing angles on a straight line I know the sum of the interior angles of a triangle and a quadrilateral. I can calculate missing angles in triangles and quadrilaterals I can find alternate/corresponding angles, given two parallel lines. I can calculate the sum of the interior angles of polygons. I can calculate the size of an interior angle of a regular polygon. Given the exterior angle of a regular polygon I can calculate the number of sides. I can solve multi-step problems involving interior / exterior angles of regular polygons.

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GradeFEDCB Pythagoras’ Theorem I can recognise square numbers and cube numbers. I can solve problems involving squares, cubes and square roots. I can find the length of the longest side (the hypotenuse) in a right angled triangle using Pythagoras’ Theorem I can find the length of a shorter side in a right angled triangle using Pythagoras’ Theorem. I can find missing lengths and distances in shapes other than right angled triangles using Pythagoras Theorem. I am starting the lesson on grade _______I can ………….. By the end of the lesson I want to be able to ……………………….

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GradeDCBA/A* TrigonometryRecognise a right angle triangle and identify the hypotenuse. Use Pythagoras to find missing side lengths Find lengths of shorter sides using Pythagoras theorem. Label triangles opposite, adjacent and hypotenuse for trigonometry Use Sin, Cos and Tan to find missing side lengths Use the inverse of Sin, Cos and Tan to find side lengths Solve Pythagoras problems in 3D Solve trigonometry questions in 3D including finding missing angles and missing side lengths Use the Sine Rule to find missing angles and sides Use the Cosine Rule to find missing sides and lengths Find the area of a triangle using the formula I am starting the lesson on grade _______I can ………….. By the end of the lesson I want to be able to ……………………….

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GradeDCBAA* TransformationsI can enlarge a shape by a positive scale factor I can reflect a shape in a horizontal or vertical mirror line. I can translate a shape by a positive vector. I can rotate a shape. I can enlarge a shape by a positive factor. I can reflect a shape in a horizontal, vertical & diagonal line. I can translate a shape by positive & negative vectors. I can enlarge a shape by any scale factors. I can combine transformations. I can reflect a shape in a line when the equation of the line is given to me. I can solve problems using addition & subtraction of vectors I can solve more complex geometrical problems using vectors I am starting the lesson on grade _______I can ………….. By the end of the lesson I want to be able to ……………………….

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