Mathematics. The language of calculators. The hometown of numbers. However you like to refer to Maths, one thing is absolutely positive - you need to know it.

Each of our quizzes has a link at the bottom to the relevant BBC Bitesize page. This means you can delve a little deeper into the topic if needed.

Throughout your time in KS3, you’ll be reminded of the importance of keeping up in Maths. We hate to harp on about it, but it is super-duper crucial.

The problem with Maths is you only need to miss a few key topics and you’ll be more confused than a donkey in a spelling bee. Keeping on top of everything you learn in class is a must. That way, when you progress to new topics, you’ll have a firm understanding of previous topics to fall back on.

How can you keep on top of the entire Maths syllabus? It’s quite a task, but luckily we have Maths quizzes for topics covered in Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9. That means you’re sorted for the whole of KS3! Problem solved.

Listening ears at the ready, future Maths geniuses. Here’s what you’ll be learning...

We’ll give you a comprehensive overview of Algebra, including sequences, powers, factors, expressions and more. Then we’ll look at Data Handling (you know, collecting/recording data and those pesky frequency diagrams). Next up is a thorough look at Numbers - decimals, percentages, rounding, place value, the lot! We’ll also teach you all about shapes, including Pythagoras’ Theorem and other juicy stuff.

We cover all levels. You can progress through our quizzes at your own pace - even if that means going over old topics to refresh them in your memory, or taking a peek at new topics to familiarise yourself before you cover it in class!

Thankfully, we teach you all this stuff without making you sleepy. That’s right, we feed all this Mathematics knowledge into your brain in a way that you’ll really enjoy!

We’ve taken all the core bits from the Mathematics National Curriculum and whizzed them up into engaging and enjoyable quizzes.

Ready to get started? Numbers here we come! 3, 2, 1...

To find out all there is to know about this curriculum, our Key Stage 3 (KS3) article will keep you informed.