Browse and download our classic Foundation to Year 10 sequences, aligned with the Australian Curriculum V8.4.

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Year 6

Students use statistics as a stepping-off point for a reflection on attitudes towards indigenous people and culture within Australia.

Year 6

Students collect data about relative letter frequency in English and form an argument for updating Scrabble to reflect 21st century English. They use their findings to break a code.

Year 6

Students identify right angles using popsticks then construct and categorise polygons with six internal right angles.

Year 6

Students use the context of the International Space Station to construct schedules and logically order events on a timeline.

Year 7

Students build their skills in algebra by developing algebraic rules for the number of faces, edges and vertices in prisms and pyramids.

Year 7

Students use bar models to visualise relationships and develop strategies in word problems involving fractions, ratio, percentages and algebra.

Year 7

Students investigate geometry of angles and lines in everyday objects. They use real objects, paper models and dynamic geometry models.

Year 7

Students follow Galileo’s experiments and model speed and acceleration graphically. They measure change in motion resulting from unbalanced forces.

Year 7

Students experiment with mixing paints to explore equality between ratios.

Year 7

Students learn about the fundamental theorem of arithmetic and explore the many properties of the prime factorisation of a number.

Year 7

Students investigate a famous hypothesis that every whole number can be written as the sum of no more than four square numbers.

Year 7

Students explore symmetry and transformations in the context of friezes (repeating strip patterns).

Year 7

Students evaluate the names of students in their class and the top 100 names from 1957 and 2017. They devise strategies to use modal data to make 'composite' names for each list.

Year 8

Students use spreadsheets to investigate arithmetic relationships in addition chains, then use algebra to identify which relationships are generally true.

Year 8

Students use algebra to explain results in arithmetic by expressing 2- and 3-digit numbers in the general form 10a + b or 100a + 10b + c.