  ## Why choose PGA Mathematics

Global recognized and ensure a consistent progression. Seamless progression to further study A wide range of resources Detailed exam analysis Anytime and anywhere

## Our Curriculum

Ages 3-5

Pre-school

Ages 5-11

Year 1-6

Ages 12-14

Year 7-10

### International GCSE

Ages 14-15

Year 11

Knowledge

Supporting mathematical development and understanding, including counting, addition, subtraction, shape work, pattern recognition and chronological sequencing.

Number − Integers; Addition and subtraction; Multiplication and Division; Four operations; Fraction and decimals; Percentages; Ratio and Proportion

Algebra – Sequences; Expressions and Formulae; Equations

Geometry – Measure; Shape; Angles; Position and Direction

Statistics – Using and interpreting data

Number − Integers; Fractions and decimals; Percentages; Calculation skills; Ratio and proportion; Standard form

Algebra – Expressions and formulae; Equations; Sequences; Graphs; Inequalities

Geometry – Measure; Angles; Symmetry; Transformation; Constructions; Congruence and similarity; Pythagoras’ theorem and trigonometry

Statistics – Data; Charts and diagrams; Probability

Number

Use numerical skills in a purely mathematical way and in real-life situations.

Algebra

• Use letters as equivalent to numbers and as variables.

• Understand the distinction between expressions, equations and formulae.

• Use algebra to set up and solve problems.

• Demonstrate manipulative skills.

• Construct and use graphs. Geometry

• Use properties of angles.

• Understand a range of transformations.

• Work within the metric system.

• Understand ideas of space and shape.

• Use ruler, compasses and protractor appropriately.

Statistics

• Understand basic ideas of statistical averages.

• Use a range of statistical techniques.

• Use basic ideas of probability.

Ability

● Ensure mathematical ideas are introduced to children in a logical way to support conceptual understanding.

● Discover patterns and concepts in a meaningful way.

● Make connections and grasp concepts.

● Promote reasoning skills and help to build a growth mindset.

● Develop conceptual understanding and the ability to recall and apply formulae, terminology, and facts with increasing speed and accuracy. ● Demonstrate detailed understanding of mathematical procedures, notations and concepts, apply detailed understanding of mathematical procedures, notations and concepts to given contexts.

● Present and organise data in a variety of forms to make decisions on mathematical processes.

● Solve real-life problems

● Recall and apply complex formulae, terminology, and facts with increasing speed and accuracy

● Demonstrate detailed understanding of complex mathematical procedures

● Present and organise data in a variety of forms

● Solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of routine problems

• Develop knowledge and understanding of mathematical concepts and techniques.

• Acquire a foundation of mathematical skills for further study in the subject or related areas.

• Enjoy using and applying mathematical techniques and concepts, and become confident in using mathematics to solve problems.

• Appreciate the importance of mathematics in society, employment, and study.

Available Competition

Explicit preparation for Year 1 of iPrimary.

●Kangourou sans frontières (KSF)

● Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC)

● Singapore & Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO)

● International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS)

● American Mathematics Competition 8 (AMC 8)

● Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC)

● Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC)

● Singapore & Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO)

● Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad (AIMO)

● American Mathematics Competition 8 (AMC 8)

● Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC)

● Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC)

● Singapore & Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO)

## What PGA offer

Foundtions for success

1. Provide a structure and progression ensuring all objectives are covered and learning progresses in a clear and supportive way;

2. Provide confidence and support for students of all levels of progress tests and workbook;

3. Provide a huge range of options for students, regardless of the resourcing of their setting.

Trackable Progress

Designed to sensitively check on students progress against each curriculum, consist of information-rich illustrations designed to stimulate discussion.

1. Progress Tests End of topic tests End of year tests

2. Achievement tests End of primary courses End of lowersecondary courses End of International GCSE courses

Worldwide Recognition Qualification

1. Pearson Edexcel International Award for primary

2. Pearson Edexcel International Award for Lowersecondary

3. Pearson Edexcel International Award for international GCSE