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Your child’s study of mathematics during the Key Stage 3 years will lay the foundation for their progress thereafter. There will be increasing amounts of abstract and contextualised content, extending beyond the arithmetic and elementary geometry covered during their primary schooling.



Try some challenge questions

We are exclusively partnered with Maths Advance who specialise in creating engaging and demanding challenges for all Key Stage 3 and GCSE learners. Try these challenges.

As per the diagram, the 12-sided shape below has an exterior angle of 15𝑥, and an n-sided shape has an interior angle of 81𝑥.

Calculate the value of n.

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