Math Year 7


Dear Parents and Students,

Ms Irene, Ms. Gloria, Ms. Nour and Mr. DJ welcomes you to the 2019-2020 academic year. We understand that the students’ transition from Year 6 to Year 7 can be exciting. However, we believe that with your dedication, commitment and hard work we will provide a high quality learning environment and we are looking forward to a wonderful and successful year.

The Year 7 students are following the Mathematics Course book - Cambridge Checkpoint, Year 7, focusing on a number of skills that are distributed through Term 1, Term 2 and Term 3.

Success in this class is based on many aspects; the most important of which are a student's attendance, participation in class, and following up at home. If as a student you are confused, please make sure you ask questions during or after class. We have an open door policy at all times.

Finally, please note that the best way to know what is happening in our Mathematics classes is to check our Year 7 Math Google site or the Google classroom. For further questions, or if you would like to make an appointment with your son's/daughter's teacher, please contact the secondary school secretary to set a date.

Thank you, and we wish you the best of luck for the academic year ahead.

Ms. Irene: (7-1, 7-5, 7-8)

Ms. Gloria: (7-4 & 7-6)

Ms. Nour: (7-2 & 7-7)

Mr. DJ: (7-3)


Mathematics Year 7- Curriculum Subject Guide (1).pdf


This is the new way of reporting at EMS.

Please make sure you are familiar with the new concept and that you understand the different descriptors and their corresponding scores.

Standards covered in Term 2

* Geometry: Angles

Gs2/5 Label lines, angles and shapes; recognise angular connections between parallel lines, perpendicular lines and transversal.

Gs6 Calculate the sum of angles at a point, on a straight line and in triangles.

* Measure: Length, mass and capacity

MI1/2 Choose suitable units of measurement and use abbreviations for and relationships between metric units.

MI3 Reading scales on a range of measuring instruments.

* Algebra: Sequences, expressions and formulae

As1/2 Generate terms of an integer sequence, find term-to-term rules and generate sequences from spatial patterns.

Ae1/2/3 Construct simple algebraic expressions by using letters to represent unknown numbers or variables.

Ae5/6 Derive and use simple formulae and substitute positive integers into simple linear expressions/formulae.

* Numbers: Fractions, decimals and percentages

Nf1/2/3 Recognise, simplify, compare equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages.

Nf4 Add and subtract fractions; find fractions of quantities and multiply a fraction by an integer.

Nf5/6/7 Calculate percentages and fractions of quantities; find percentages to represent and compare different quantities.


Assessment: Tuesday, 21 January 2020

Unit 7 - Fractions

7.1 - Simplifying fractions

7.2 - Recognising equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages.

Unit 4 - Length, mass and capacity

4.1 - Knowing metric units

4.3 - Reading scales


Topics to be covered week starting - 19 January 2020:

  • Unit 7: Fractions

7.1 - Simplifying fractions

7.2 - Recognising equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages

7.3 - Comparing fractions

7.4 - Improper fractions and mixed numbers

***Please check Google classroom for resources and homework.