In these GCSE worksheets there are two revision races, aimed at different grades. The teams start with the picture and the first question. When they have shown the answer they are given the next question and so on. I wrote them for module 5 revision, so mostly Algebra and shape questions.

I created this resource for my KS3 classes (middle-sets) to stretch and challenge their ability. I wanted to challenge them with questions that revolved around calculating fractions, decimals and percentages, as well as other aspects (i.e. area, perimeter, metric/imperial unit conversions). I also created a pre-RAG sheet for pupils to judge how good they felt they were before attempting the resource. They also filled out a post-RAG sheet to assess how well they did on the worksheet and compare themselves with how they felt at the start. The questions are all levelled according to the new curriculum. This can also be used for KS4.

A powerpoint and worksheet with practice then exam questions to revise iteration. Goes through the three main parts of a standard iteration question first.

This is an excellent resource for Revision for Numbers topic perfect for KS2, KS3 and KS4 GCSE foundation number topics.
It has a fun element to it with presentation and interactive activity to ensure engagement of the students. Very good to address for straight away activities and to find students’ misconceptions. Great navigation in the powerpoint activities.
Following topics are on the revision:
Powers of 10
Ordering Decimals
Negative numbers
Fractions
Fractions and Decimals
Percentages
Rounding
Divisibility
Indices and Prime factors
Please leave a review for the resource :) I wish it helps you for conducting revision lessons.

A worksheet on the different types of volume questions on the Edexcel GCSE exams, including pyramids, cones and spheres.
I am getting to the stage with my year 11s that they need to be revising individualised topics rather than me teaching the whole class. I have designed this for them to work independently, without relying on my help. It contains examples, practice questions and exam questions that my students have lost marks on in previous mocks. Answers included.
I hope this is useful! Please look at my other revision resources.

A worksheet on the different types of percentages questions on the Edexcel GCSE exams.
I am getting to the stage with my year 11s that they need to be revising individualised topics rather than me teaching the whole class. I have designed this for them to work independently, without relying on my help. It contains examples and practice questions, then exam questions that my students have lost marks on in previous mocks. Answers included.
I hope this is useful! Please look at my other revision resources.

A worksheet on the different types of circles questions on the Edexcel GCSE exams, including area, circumference and functional style questions.
I am getting to the stage with my year 11s that they need to be revising individualised topics rather than me teaching the whole class. I have designed this for them to work independently, without relying on my help. It contains examples, practice questions and exam questions that my students have lost marks on in previous mocks. Answers included.
I hope this is useful! Please look at my other revision resources.

A worksheet on the different types of bearings questions on the Edexcel GCSE exams, including trigonometry.
I am getting to the stage with my year 11s that they need to be revising individualised topics rather than me teaching the whole class. I have designed this for them to work independently, without relying on my help. It contains examples, practice questions and exam questions that my students have lost marks on in previous mocks. Answers included.
I hope this is useful! Please look at my other revision resources.

A worksheet on the different types of vectors questions on the Edexcel GCSE exams.
I am getting to the stage with my year 11s that they need to be revising individualised topics rather than me teaching the whole class. I have designed this for them to work independently, without relying on my help. It contains examples, practice questions and exam questions that my students have lost marks on in previous mocks. Answers included.
I hope this is useful! Please look at my other revision resources.

This is a quick resource designed for revising the four operators on fractions. It starts with multiplication and division then moves on to addition and subtraction.
I worked through an example in the large white space in the speech bubble, then gave the students an opportunity to work through the remaining three questions at the bottom.
During the examples, I allowed my students to choose the numbers for the fractions (although I specified single digit numbers for both numerator and denominator) excluding the first addition and subtraction example (as these needed common denominators).
The worksheets I intended on using were pieced together from worksheets found on the Corbett Maths website (worth checking out if you haven't already) - These have not been attached as there are also two slides containing question sets taken from the worksheets. These were included on the slideshow as a last minute idea as there were printing errors during my preparation for the lesson and thus do not have answers with them.
Please note: This was used as a revision resource with a group that had already covered fractions. If you are downloading this for use with teaching as opposed to revising fractions, please take a look at the examples as they may need amending to be made more suitable. The animations on the question slides start automatically, so won't need a click to start but can be skipped with a click, if you want to speed things up.
I hope this resource helps as a handy template. :)

A simple recap sheet on angles. Covering angles on a striaght line/around a point, angles in a triangle/quadrilateral, opposite angles, parallel lines and interior/exterior angles. Answers included on last page.
Used for bottom set year 9's/10's.

Some slides with questions on all 4 transformations. Doesn't include diagonal mirror lines or negative enlargements. Originally made for a revision session with 1 question to do as a group and 1 to be done by pupil on their own.
(the few little erros have now been corrected)

A Power Point and two sets of worksheets (with solutions) on
- place value
- ordering decimals
- decimal scales
- addition subtraction division and multiplication with decimals
- rounding decimals
Also includes a simple decimals starter (Power Point)

A worksheet on the different types of inequalities questions on the Edexcel GCSE exams.
I am getting to the stage with my year 11s that they need to be revising individualised topics rather than me teaching the whole class. I have designed this for them to work independently, without relying on my help. It contains examples and practice questions, then exam questions that my students have lost marks on in previous mocks. Answers included.
I hope this is useful! Please look at my other revision resources.