Foundation (1 – 5)

Description

This course is aimed at students studying for the Foundation GCSE paper. 

The course is split into 4 x (2) sections:

  • Number (Grades 1 to 3 and 4 to 5) 
  • Algebra (Grades 1 to 3 and 4 to 5)
  • Geometry (Grades 1 to 3 and 4 to 5)
  • Statistics (Grades 1 to 3 and 4 to 5)

162 lessons, quizzes, and lots more to come…..

Access to the course lasts for 3 years

What Will I Learn?

  • Students will be able to access learning on GCSE content for the duration of the time. Students can track their progress through the online assessments, complete practice quizzes, and revisit videos and lessons throughout their membership.

Topics for this course

167 Lessons

Number: 1 to 3?

This content covers grades 1 to 3 of the GCSE syllabus which is suitable for KS3 and likely to be coverered in years 6-8 of UK schooling.
Place value / number to and from words00:03:16
Place value Assessment
Rounding to integers, tens, hundreds, thousands and decimal places.00:02:59
Rounding Assessment
Significant figures and estimating00:04:13
Rounding to Significant Figures and Estimating Assessment
Equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions00:03:05
Simplifying / equivalent fractions Assessment
Types of numbers00:04:54
Types of numbers Assessment
Using a calculator00:03:36
Using a calculator Assessment
Money problems00:04:45
Money problems Assessment
Basic Percentages00:01:56
Basic percentages Assessment
Converting between fractions and decimals00:03:10
Converting between fractions and decimals Assessment
Converting between fractions and percentages00:02:44
Converting between fractions and percentages Assessment
Converting between decimals and percentages00:01:07
Converting between decimals and percentages Assessment
Ordering integers (including negatives)00:02:33
Ordering integers (including negatives) Assessment
Ordering fractions, percentages and decimals00:04:33
Ordering fractions, decimals and percentages Assessment
Multiples and lowest common multiples (LCM)00:02:30
Multiples and Lowest Common Multiples ( LCM ) Assessment
Factors and highest common factors00:02:07
Factors and highest common factors (HCF) Assessment
Powers, indices and roots00:03:30
Quiz – Powers, roots and index form
Multiplying and dividing by powers of 1000:02:36
Multiplying and dividing by powers of 10 Assessment
Product of prime factors using “prime factor trees” (Prime factorisation)00:02:53
Product of prime factors (prime factorisation) Assessment
Venn diagrams00:01:30
Venn diagrams Assessment
HCF and LCM using Venn diagrams00:05:06
Adding whole and decimal numbers00:03:34
Adding whole and decimals numbers Assessment
Subtracting numbers00:04:12
Substracting whole or decimal numbers Assessment
Multiplying using standard methods00:03:25
Multiplying (Standard methods) Assessment
Multiplying and dividing decimals00:03:12
Multiplying and dividing decimals Assessment
Dividing whole numbers (bus stop method)00:02:41
Dividing whole numbers Assessment
Order of operation (BIDMAS / BODMAS)00:03:01
BIDMAS (order of operations) Assessment
Inequality notation00:06:11
Inequality notation Assessment

Algebra: 1 to 3?

This content covers grades 1 to 3 of the GCSE syllabus which is suitable for KS3 and likely to be coverered in years 6-8 of UK schooling.

Geometry: 1 to 3?

This content covers grades 1 to 3 of the GCSE syllabus which is suitable for KS3 and likely to be coverered in years 6-8 of UK schooling.

Statistics: 1 to 3?

This content covers grades 1 to 3 of the GCSE syllabus which is suitable for KS3 and likely to be coverered in years 6-8 of UK schooling.

Number: 4 to 5?

This content covers grades 4 to 5 of the GCSE syllabus which is suitable for KS3 and KS4 and is likely to be coverered in years 8-10 of UK schooling. This content is essential for achieving "grade C equivalent" - a "pass".

Algebra: 4 to 5?

This content covers grades 4 to 5 of the GCSE syllabus which is suitable for KS3 and KS4 and is likely to be coverered in years 8-10 of UK schooling. This content is essential for achieving "grade C equivalent" - a "pass".

Geometry: 4 to 5?

This content covers grades 4 to 5 of the GCSE syllabus which is suitable for KS3 and KS4 and is likely to be coverered in years 8-10 of UK schooling. This content is essential for achieving "grade C equivalent" - a "pass".

Statistics: 4 to 5?

This content covers grades 4 to 5 of the GCSE syllabus which is suitable for KS3 and KS4 and is likely to be coverered in years 8-10 of UK schooling. This content is essential for achieving "grade C equivalent" - a "pass".
Free

Material Includes

  • Videos, step by step lesssons, practice quizzes and assessments on topics to track progress are all FREE.
  • Our Skills Workbooks and Exam Problem Solving Workbooks are available to purchase on Amazon website.

Requirements

  • Students will need a basic grasp of primary education.

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