There are curriculum plans for:
Year 7 - Differentiated into Support, Core and Extension
Year 8 - Differentiated into Support, Core and Extension
Year 9 - Differentiated into Foundation, Crossover and Higher
Year 10 Foundation - Differentiated into Foundation and Crossover
Year 10 Higher - Differentiated into Higher and Extension
Year 11 Foundation - Differentiated into Foundation and Crossover
Year 11 Higher - Differentiated into Higher and Extension
The tiers change names at Year 9 as this is when student start their GCSE's at my current school.
The reason that the curriculum plans separate into Foundation and Higher at Year 10 is because the content being studied differs for Foundation and Higher tier students at the stage. In Years 7 to 9, no matter what tier they are in, the content being studied has the same unit title.
Each curriculum plan has an overview page matching the one on the Year 7 to 11 overview.
It shows the Term, Half term and Numbers of weeks. It also shows the number of lessons (including diagnostic and assessment completion) that teachers have to complete the unit.
The unit number and unit title are hyperlinks to that unit's page.
There is then a tab for each unit to be taught.
The objectives are split into the different tiers to show which objectives will be assessed. However we always advise teachers to complete starters on the prior objectives, especially if their class were to score very poorly on a diagnostic.
The unit pages also contain hyperlinks to folders within our staff shared area. The "staff shared folder" is where we share teaching resources across the department relating to that particular unit and tier and the "DAR folder" is where we save the diagnostics and assessments, as well as any review work for after the assessment.