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I am a Maths teacher at a secondary academy in Yorkshire. I focus on developing my teaching and learning and have a great passion for creating new resources. I have a degree in Mathematics, PGDE and Masters degree in Education all from the University of Sheffield.

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I am a Maths teacher at a secondary academy in Yorkshire. I focus on developing my teaching and learning and have a great passion for creating new resources. I have a degree in Mathematics, PGDE and Masters degree in Education all from the University of Sheffield.
Pick 'n' Mix papers - Higher 7+
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Pick 'n' Mix papers - Higher 7+

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Full preview available at https://www.JaggersMaths.co.uk/pick-n-mix-papers These are short GCSE papers aimed at grades 7+. Each paper covers 6 out of 30 preselected grade 7-9 skills at random. Across the 10 papers, each skill is tested twice. There is also the same distribution of Number, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Geometry and Measures, Statistics and Probability as there is in the GCSE exams. These are ideal leading up to the exam period once students have learnt all the skills and need to recap alot of skills in a short period of time. The papers are designed to be short enough to be completed and marked by students within a lesson or as part of a weekly homework. The front cover also provides space to encourage students to reflect on what they need to revise and key things they need to remember before their exams. There are worked solutions to accompany every paper (with mark breakdown). There is also a sheet included of which skills appear on which papers.
Which of these could be the odd one out and why?
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Which of these could be the odd one out and why?

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Great little activity for starters. Good for differentiation/mixed ability sets. I've tried to make sure that there is a reason every one could be the odd one out on each slide so that students can give more than one answer and/or more than one reason as well. Differentiated by outcome so allows students of different abilities to perceive the problem in their own way. I will update the resource with more variations over time so keep checking back and re-downloading.
Secondary Maths Learning Journey
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Secondary Maths Learning Journey

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I have done a years 7 - 9, year 10-11 foundation and year 10-11 higher learning journey to accompany my 5 year scheme of work. I thought I’d upload them separately too for anyone looking for a good template. Easy to edit for your school or for a different subject area. Great to give out at open evening, transition days, parents evenings, on school website… Original template created by @NathanDay314 (give him a follow if you’re on Twitter and you like this!) and you can follow me @JaggersMaths Enjoy!
Top ten tests - Higher
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Top ten tests - Higher

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Full preview available at https://www.JaggersMaths.co.uk/top-ten-tests These are short GCSE papers that test skills from higher tier, aimed at students working at/towards grades 7-9. Each set of these papers test 10 skills at GCSE level. Each set has 4 versions to choose from with increasing levels of difficulty: 4 Green > 4 Yellow > 4 Red > 2 Blue For example, A green paper simultaneous equations question has the same coefficient of y. A blue paper simultaneous equations question is worded with a contextual answer. This allows you to build up students confidence and improve their skills at a pace appropriate for your class. There are worked solutions to accompany every paper.
Density, Mass and Volume
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Density, Mass and Volume

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Thank you for viewing my lesson. If you enjoy using it, you can find more lessons like these via my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/lessons I put more than one lesson of activities into each PowerPoint so you can edit and decide what is the most appropriate to use for your class. Please get in touch with any problems via the ‘contact me’ form on my website, or you can find me on twitter as @JaggersMaths. Mrs Jagger
R^Infinity - personalised mixed starters
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R^Infinity - personalised mixed starters

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An update on my previous regular recall template. This has hundreds of starter-appropriate questions and allows you to create a mixed starter that is personalised to your class. All answers are included too. There is a full explanation and how to use guide on my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/r-infinity It is by no means finished yet but I will keep uploading newer versions when I add to this so check back from time to time!
ADD ON DOWNLOAD for 5 year scheme of work
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ADD ON DOWNLOAD for 5 year scheme of work

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This is just the new files and files that have been edited during the most recent update to my 5 year scheme of work. Ideal for those that have already downloaded the schemes and just want to download the updates to add to it! I have also updated the 5 year scheme of work upload too. So if you are downloading for the first time or just find it easy to redownload the complete files you can do that and it will be up to date.
Comparing and ordering fractions
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Comparing and ordering fractions

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Thank you for viewing my lesson. If you enjoy using it, you can find more lessons like these via my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/lessons I put more than one lesson of activities into each PowerPoint so you can edit and decide what is the most appropriate to use for your class. Please get in touch with any problems via the ‘contact me’ form on my website, or you can find me on twitter as @JaggersMaths. Mrs Jagger
Secondary numeracy resource - 174 activities, will last you forever!
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Secondary numeracy resource - 174 activities, will last you forever!

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This is a resource containing 174 different activities suitable for numeracy lessons during registration period. The powerpoint describes the activities and have been sorted into year groups and half terms for your convenience. Some of the activities have accompanying printouts as well A better preview and description can be found on my website by following the link below: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/numeracy-time-resource
Adding and subtracting mixed numbers
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Adding and subtracting mixed numbers

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Thank you for viewing my lesson. If you enjoy using it, you can find more lessons like these via my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/lessons I put more than one lesson of activities into each PowerPoint so you can edit and decide what is the most appropriate to use for your class. Please get in touch with any problems via the ‘contact me’ form on my website, or you can find me on twitter as @JaggersMaths. Mrs Jagger
Equivalent fractions
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Equivalent fractions

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Thank you for viewing my lesson. If you enjoy using it, you can find more lessons like these via my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/lessons I put more than one lesson of activities into each PowerPoint so you can edit and decide what is the most appropriate to use for your class. Please get in touch with any problems via the ‘contact me’ form on my website, or you can find me on twitter as @JaggersMaths. Mrs Jagger
Place value (integers)
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Place value (integers)

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Thank you for viewing my lesson. If you enjoy using it, you can find more lessons like these via my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/lessons I put more than one lesson of activities into each PowerPoint so you can edit and decide what is the most appropriate to use for your class. Please get in touch with any problems via the ‘contact me’ form on my website, or you can find me on twitter as @JaggersMaths. Mrs Jagger
Equivalent FDP (denominator a factor of 100)
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Equivalent FDP (denominator a factor of 100)

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Thank you for viewing my lesson. If you enjoy using it, you can find more lessons like these via my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/lessons I put more than one lesson of activities into each PowerPoint so you can edit and decide what is the most appropriate to use for your class. Please get in touch with any problems via the ‘contact me’ form on my website, or you can find me on twitter as @JaggersMaths. Mrs Jagger
Comparing data using box plots and cumulative frequency curves
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Comparing data using box plots and cumulative frequency curves

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Thank you for viewing my lesson. If you enjoy using it, you can find more lessons like these via my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/lessons I put more than one lesson of activities into each PowerPoint so you can edit and decide what is the most appropriate to use for your class. Please get in touch with any problems via the ‘contact me’ form on my website, or you can find me on twitter as @JaggersMaths. Mrs Jagger
Volume of solids by counting cubes
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Volume of solids by counting cubes

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Thank you for viewing my lesson. If you enjoy using it, you can find more lessons like these via my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/lessons I put more than one lesson of activities into each PowerPoint so you can edit and decide what is the most appropriate to use for your class. Please get in touch with any problems via the ‘contact me’ form on my website, or you can find me on twitter as @JaggersMaths. Mrs Jagger
Comparing and ordering positive integers
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Comparing and ordering positive integers

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Thank you for viewing my lesson. If you enjoy using it, you can find more lessons like these via my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/lessons I put more than one lesson of activities into each PowerPoint so you can edit and decide what is the most appropriate to use for your class. Please get in touch with any problems via the ‘contact me’ form on my website, or you can find me on twitter as @JaggersMaths. Mrs Jagger
Write, Replicate, Review - REVISE
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Write, Replicate, Review - REVISE

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Simple but effective way to recap a lot of basic skills with your class before an assessment, PPE or exam. Write - you complete an example at the board. Talk through how to do it and students watch and WRITE down everything you do. Replicate - students are given a similar example to complete themselves. They must REPLICATE what they have just been shown. Review - You then REVIEW the question together. Either answer it at the board with them or project and talk through the answers to keep up the pace of the lesson. Revision - Students add to their REVISION list on the final page any topics they they feel they struggle with. I can cover around 12 key topics in a 60 minute lesson this way but beware - it only covers the basic skills and should be supplemented with lessons on problem solving, exam technique and exam style questions. I’ve split into the main topic headings so it is easier to find the questions you require. Yellow = Foundation only Green = Crossover topics Blue = Higher only There is a pdf version in case you don’t have smart and for ease of printing students booklets.
Converting between metric units of measure
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Converting between metric units of measure

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Thank you for viewing my lesson. If you enjoy using it, you can find more lessons like these via my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/lessons I put more than one lesson of activities into each PowerPoint so you can edit and decide what is the most appropriate to use for your class. Please get in touch with any problems via the ‘contact me’ form on my website, or you can find me on twitter as @JaggersMaths. Mrs Jagger
Stem and leaf diagrams
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Stem and leaf diagrams

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Thank you for viewing my lesson. If you enjoy using it, you can find more lessons like these via my website: https://www.jaggersmaths.co.uk/lessons I put more than one lesson of activities into each PowerPoint so you can edit and decide what is the most appropriate to use for your class. Please get in touch with any problems via the ‘contact me’ form on my website, or you can find me on twitter as @JaggersMaths. Mrs Jagger