This is the Year 7 page from 2022-2023 and is for students currently in Y8 who want to check what they studied last academic year. This page should not be used by current Y7 students.

MS means the mark scheme (i.e. the answers).

November exam 2017

November exam 2017 MS

These sheets are useful for topic test preparation. Answers are at the end of each sheet.

Arithmetic with decimals

Negatives and Equations

Graphs and angles

Sequences

Area perimeter and volume

Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

Probability and sets

Data Handling

March exam 2018

March exam 2018 MS

These sheets revise several topics at once.

Interleaf 1 Interleaf 2Interleaf 3 Interleaf 4

Interleaf 5 Interleaf 6

Interleaf 7 Interleaf 8

Interleaf 9 Interleaf 10

Interleaf 11 Interleaf 12

End of Year exam 2017 (paper 1)

End of Year exam 2017 (paper 2)

End of Year exam 2017 (both papers) MS

The links below come from the CIMT website.

**Extra exercises:** additional exercises on the topic, perfect for revision purposes. Answers are included at the end of the document.

**Activities:** a collection of investigational type tasks that may be used in class or set as a homework.

**E-lessons:** include explanations of topics taught, as well as self-marking exercises. Completing these pages is another great way to revise.

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

2.1 Place value and rounding 2.2 Decimals and place value

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

4.1 Decimals - addition/subtraction 4.2 Decimals - money

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

6.1 Multiplication - whole numbers 6.2 Long multiplication

6.3 Multiplication - decimals 6.4 Multiplication - problems

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

8.1 Division - mental 8.2 Division - written problems

8.3 Division - problems

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

15.1 Addition/subtraction 15.2 Multiplication/division

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

16.1 Basic algebra 16.2 Function machines

16.3 Linear equations

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

3.1 Scatter graphs 3.2 Plotting points

3.3 Negative numbers 3.4 Coordinates

3.5 Plotting polygons 3.6 Conversion graphs

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

5.1 Angles and turns 5.2 Measuring angles

5.3 Classifying angles 5.4 Angles on a line

5.5 Constructing triangles 5.6 Finding angles in triangles

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

7.1 Multiples 7.2 Finding the next term

7.3 Generating sequences 7.4 Formulas for general terms

Textbook Extra exercises

13.2 Extending sequences 13.3 Patterns and matchesticks

13.4 2-D number patterns

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

9.1 Area 9.2 Squares - area and perimeter

9.3 Rectangles - area and perimeter 9.4 Area of compound shapes

9.5 Area of a triangle

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

22.2 Volume of a cube 22.3 Volume of a cubiod

22.6 Triangular prism

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

10.2 Equivalent fractions 10.3 Fractions of quantities

10.4 Mixed numbers and vulgar fractions

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

20.2 Addition and subtraction 20.3 Multiplication

20.4 Division

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

17.1 Decimals to fractions 17.2 Fractions to decimals

17.3 Percentages 17.4 Decimals, fractions and percentages

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

21.1 Introduction to probability 21.2 Probability of a single event

21.3 Relative frequency 21.4 Complementary events

21.5 Estimating the number of successes 21.6 Addition law

21.7 Probability - general addition law

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

1.1 Logic puzzles 1.2 Two-way tables

1.3 Sets and Venn diagrams 1.4 Set notation

1.5 Logic and Venn diagrams

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

11.1 Types of data 11.2 Collecting data

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

18.1 Presentation 18.2 Mean, median and mode

18.3 Range 18.4 Comparing data

Textbook Extra exercises Activities

2.1 Factors and prime numbers 2.2 Prime Factors

2.3 Index notation 2.4 HCF and LCM

Textbook Activities

7.2 Translations 7.3 Enlargements

7.4 Reflections (ignore the title at the start)

7.5 Rotations

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