Category Archives: Senior 1

ATTN Senior 1 – Ignore brackets in HW

Dear Senior 1s, In the Homework which I asked you to try out (even though we didn’t do too many examples in class) DO NOT let the brackets mix you up. Work it out as though there are no brackets … Continue reading

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Senior 1 – Looking Back – T3 Week 7

Good morning Senior 1s, This week we have covered the following learning objectives: To be able to find the surface area of a cube and cuboid Surface Area (year 7) To be able to understand the use of negative numbers in … Continue reading

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Senior 1 – Looking Back – T3 Week 6

Good morning Senior 1s, This week we have covered the following learning objectives: To be able to find the area of compound shapes Answers to Compound Shapes WS To be able to find the volume of cubes and cuboids Volume cube cuboid … Continue reading

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Senior 1 – Maths Annual Exam Study List

Dear Senior 1s, Here is the study list for your annual exam. You must study all the topics that we have covered this year except for Displaying and Collecting Data (frequency tables and bar charts) and Sequences (Square, Triangular, Rectangular) … Continue reading

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Senior 1 : Looking Back – T3 Week 5

Good afternoon Senior 1s, This week the following objectives have been covered: To be able to divide a decimal by a whole number Decimals by Whole (L1) To be able to divide by a decimal (by turning the decimal divisor into … Continue reading

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Senior 1 – Compound Shapes PPT

Dear Senior 1s, I am here uploading the PPT on compound shapes as you requested in class. Later on I will upload the usual Looking Back Post but I don’t have time at the moment.. Don’t worry too much about … Continue reading

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Ms Greta Email.

Dear Student reporters, This is my school email: Greta.Calleja@stcatherines.eu 🙂

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