5 of our budding mathematicians are on there way to their first ever maths tournament, hosted by - good luck to all of them!


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We are really looking forward to welcoming students from to the Count On Us . Best of luck to everyone!


Today we have the pleasure of welcoming poet and rapper Breis to the Academy. Breis will be running workshops throughout the day.


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Summer Reading Challenge volunteering opportunities at our libraries. To apply visit


You can view our new Summer Term lunch menu on our website or by clicking on the following link.


Welcome back! We hope our students, families and staff enjoyed the Easter break and are ready for the Summer Term. There are lots of exciting things planned for this term so be sure to follow our Twitter feed for regular updates!


Our wonderful families enjoying the evening.


Our generous families have made some delicious food for the WPA’s ‘International Spectacular’ event this evening.


We would like to remind our parents and carers that school will close at 12:20pm tomorrow for the Easter break. We will return on Tuesday 23rd April to begin the Summer term!


Students are rehearsing their ukulele performance in preparation for the WPA International Spectacular evening this Thursday! You will able to buy tickets on the door on the evening if you haven’t already.


Students are enjoying their lunch break in the sun today ☀


A few more photographs from the Year 7 trip to Tate Modern.


Don't forget to sign up to our PTA's first event 'International Spectacular'. You can still sign up by handing in your slip and paying £2 for an adult or £1 for a child. We are looking forward to getting together and experiencing culinary delights from around the world! 🌎🍴


Our students are having a great time at the Tate Modern.


The smoothie bike in action!


As part of our health and well-being drop down day, Chartwells are teaching the students the importance of getting 5 a day and the students are getting hands on making smoothies on the smoothie bike!


Half of Y7 are visiting the Tate Modern today and the other half will visit tomorrow! They have arrived safely and are looking forward to a fun day of learning.


Our ‘Wow Word of the Week’ this week is Luminous. Don’t forget to enter the 'Wow Word of the Week’ competition for your chance to win a kindle at the end of term. The more entries you make the higher your chance of winning!


Our scientists are building spaghetti towers and making helicopters and aeroplanes as part of their last session at this week

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Course Content:

Harris Academy Wimbledon follows the Harris Federation mathematics schemes of work for Year 7. They have been written in line with the aims and ethos of the new national curriculum and assessments.

During the year, we will ensure that all students achieve fluency in their mathematics, developing a deep understanding of fundamental concepts and being able to recall and apply knowledge rapidly and accurately. Students will learn how to reason mathematically and develop understanding through identifying and communicating relationships between different strands of mathematics and building on prior knowledge. Students will learn to apply their mathematics to a variety of problems with increasing sophistication and will be given the opportunity and encouragement to persevere in seeking solutions. This means that during Year 7 and into Year 8, we will teach fewer things in greater depth. More time may be spent on one topic to secure thorough understanding of key concepts, favouring a mastery approach to teaching. Expectations are that all students should achieve in line with the aims of the new curriculum, but students will be further challenged by questions that require deeper understanding or more complex problem solving in the focus topic rather than moving on to the next one.


Number Lego

Place Value and Powers of 10

Rounding and Estimating


Multiplication and Division

Decimals and Negatives

Factors, Multiples and Primes



Factors, Multiples and Primes


Proportional Reasoning

Introduction to Algebra


Properties of Shapes


Basic Angles


Scale Factors and Rates of Change

Data Collection

Graphs and Charts

Mean and Range

Course Text Books/Websites:

We do not follow any specific text book. Websites include: – homework will be set on this. Each activity also contains a lesson pupils can work through if extra support is needed. Every pupil will have a login and password. – Very useful website with videos and work sheets for extra fluency/exam practice. – BBC Bitesize KS3 link. Useful for revision.

Additional Materials/Equipment required:

Every pupil must own and bring in a scientific calculator every lesson, specifically the Casio FX-85GT Plus or Casio FX-83GT Plus. This calculator provides every function pupils will need to deal with from KS3 to A Level. A link can be found here:

Students may purchase a generic CGP KS3 revision guide to help them with their studies, though this is not essential due to the resources provided on MyMaths.

Home Support:

Sit with your son/daughter during their online homework if they are struggling and guide them through the lessons where necessary and applicable. Encourage them to complete extra tasks where time permits. Encourage them to complete mathematical tasks around the house where possible to keep them engaged with their mathematics (e.g. can you work out how much our food bill is this week in your head?). Watching ‘mathematical’ programmes, or at least segments of programmes where mathematics is present (like ‘Countdown’) is also very helpful.