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I regularly upload resources that I have created during 30 years as a teacher. Most of these are maths, but there are some ICT/Computing and Tutor Time activities. All of the resources are my own and are not available from third-parties. The resources have been tweaked over time and I have had many happy lessons and shed-loads of happy and successful students. At the end of 2017 the TES announced that I was the most downloaded new author and in 2018 another 2 million were added to the count.

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I regularly upload resources that I have created during 30 years as a teacher. Most of these are maths, but there are some ICT/Computing and Tutor Time activities. All of the resources are my own and are not available from third-parties. The resources have been tweaked over time and I have had many happy lessons and shed-loads of happy and successful students. At the end of 2017 the TES announced that I was the most downloaded new author and in 2018 another 2 million were added to the count.
Inverse Functions (Worksheet with Solutions)
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Inverse Functions (Worksheet with Solutions)

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This worksheet (with solutions) helps students take the first steps in their understanding and in developing their skills and knowledge of finding the Inverse of a Function. Questions are carefully planned so that understanding can be developed, misconceptions can be identified and so that there is progression both across and down the sheet. An interactive version of this sheet is available at https://www.maths4everyone.com/skills/finding-the-inverse-by-working-backwards-2832.html The interactive version allows individual questions to be selected for enlarged display onto a screen. The answer can then be worked out ‘live’ by the teacher (or student) or a single click will reveal my solution. This not only helps in class, but it is also very useful for a student who is working at home.
GCSE Revision (Fractions: The Four Rules)
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GCSE Revision (Fractions: The Four Rules)

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Ideal for GCSE revision, this worksheet contains exam-type questions that gradually increase in difficulty. This sheet covers The Four Rules for Fractions. This review sheet is great to use in class or as a homework. It is also excellent for one-to-one tuition and for interventions. An interactive version of this sheet is available at https://www.maths4everyone.com/skills/topic-review-sheets-9367.html The interactive version allows individual questions to be selected for enlarged display onto a screen. The answer can then be worked out ‘live’ by the teacher (or student) or a single click will reveal my solution. This not only helps in class, but it is also very useful for a student who is revising at home.
GCSE Revision (Simultaneous Equations - Non Linear)
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GCSE Revision (Simultaneous Equations - Non Linear)

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Ideal for GCSE revision, this worksheet contains exam-type questions that gradually increase in difficulty. This sheet covers Advanced Simultaneous Equations in which one of the equations is a quadratic. This review sheet is great to use in class or as a homework. It is also excellent for one-to-one tuition and for interventions.
GCSE Revision (Converting Units - Length, Area and Volume)
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GCSE Revision (Converting Units - Length, Area and Volume)

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Ideal for GCSE revision, this worksheet contains exam-type questions that gradually increase in difficulty. This sheet covers Converting between Different Units of Length, Area and Volume. This review sheet is great to use in class or as a homework. It is also excellent for one-to-one tuition and for interventions.
GCSE Revision (Differentiation - Gradients and Turning Points)
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GCSE Revision (Differentiation - Gradients and Turning Points)

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Ideal for GCSE revision, this worksheet contains exam-type questions that gradually increase in difficulty. This sheet covers Differentiating to find Gradients and Turning Points. This review sheet is great to use in class or as a homework. It is also excellent for one-to-one tuition and for interventions. An interactive version of this sheet is available at https://www.maths4everyone.com/skills/topic-review-sheets-9897.html The interactive version allows individual questions to be selected for enlarged display onto a screen. The answer can then be worked out ‘live’ by the teacher (or student) or a single click will reveal my solution. This not only helps in class, but it is also very useful for a student who is revising at home.
GCSE Revision (BiDMAS) (Worksheet with Solutions)
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GCSE Revision (BiDMAS) (Worksheet with Solutions)

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Ideal for GCSE revision, this worksheet contains exam-type questions that gradually increase in difficulty. This sheet includes a variety of different types of questions that test students’ understanding of BiDMAS. This review sheet is great to use in class or as a homework. They are also excellent for one-to-one tuition and for interventions. An interactive versions of this sheet is available at https://www.maths4everyone.com/skills/topic-review-sheets-9337.html The interactive version allows individual questions to be selected for enlarged display onto a screen. The answer can then be worked out ‘live’ by the teacher (or student) or a single click will reveal my solution. This not only helps in class, but it is also very useful for a student who is revising at home.
Listing Outcomes (Worksheets with Solutions)
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Listing Outcomes (Worksheets with Solutions)

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Three worksheets with a very thorough consideration of the outcomes that occur in typical questions on this topic. These sheets have been really helpful for my students of all abilities, to get to grips with considering the possible outcomes of events and writing them down in a systematic way. I have worksheets on more than 50 other topics – click here 👉 https://tes.com/.../worksheets… to see them. 👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page does not work, then go to your ratings page by clicking here 👉 https://tes.com/.../rate-resources…
Vectors (Workbook with Solutions)
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Vectors (Workbook with Solutions)

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This workbook has detailed solutions and is great for learning about vectors. Click 👉 tes.com/.../workbooks to download workbooks on other topics. I have used this booklet extremely effectively with students in Y10 and Y11. It completely covers the requirements of GCSE and gives lots of good examples. It starts with column vectors and builds into vector diagrams, finishing with the most typical type of questions that are seen in GCSE exams. Using this booklet, my students have shown a better understanding of vectors than students in parallel classes that have worked through a text book. Note that the booklet is designed to be printed as A4, but I usually reduce it to A5 and it still does the job. 👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page doesn’t work, then go to your ratings page by clicking 👉tes.com/.../rate-resources.
Algebraic Notation (Treasure Hunt)
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Algebraic Notation (Treasure Hunt)

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This is a quick activity which reinforces students' understanding of the proper conventions for writing algebraic expressions. Click --> https://tes.com/.../Treasure Hunts for similar style Treasure Hunts on more than 40 other topics. -- Note that unlike most Treasure Hunts, this one has the added feature that the answers give an encrypted clue. Deciphering this clue reveals where the treasure is hidden! A Treasure Hunt is a great activity which children love. They are ideal for revision, starters or plenaries. They are a really great way to get students to answer questions quickly and enjoy doing so. These question cards have been prepared in two sizes. The large cards can be pinned around around the classroom and used for a whole class activity; the smaller (loop cards) can be used for group work or by individuals – they are particularly helpful for one-to-one tutorials and during interventions.
Quadratic Sequences: Finding the Formula (Loop Cards)
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Quadratic Sequences: Finding the Formula (Loop Cards)

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These are excellent for one-to-one tutorials and interventions. They are also great when working with small groups or as a starter/plenary for a whole class. For Loop Cards on more than 50 other topics click 👉 tes.com/…/More…. This particular set of cards allows students to practise finding the nth term formulae for quadratic sequences. Note that the questions have been carefully selected so that they provide good coverage of this topic and so that the opportunities for students to guess answers are minimised. Colour coding: All my loop cards are colour-coded to indicate the approximate level of the questions: KS2 – red and orange KS3/GCSE Foundation – orange and green GCSE Higher – green, blue and purple Further information: In this download there are four sets of similar cards and a student chooses one of the sets and sorts them into order by answering the questions. Then they try to do it faster using a different set, which has the same questions, but a different sort order 😃 My favourite use of loop cards is for two students to have different versions of the cards and race each other. They then check their answers, shuffle, swap packs and race again (quickest overall time wins). More instructions are included in the download. Cut out card size is approx. 65 x 90 mm. 👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page doesn’t work, then go to your ratings page by clicking 👉 www.tes.com/…/rate-resources…
GCSE Revision (Converting Lengths)
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GCSE Revision (Converting Lengths)

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Ideal for GCSE revision, this worksheet contains exam-type questions that gradually increase in difficulty. This sheet covers Converting between Metric Units of Length. This review sheet is great to use in class or as a homework. It is also excellent for one-to-one tuition and for interventions. An interactive version of this sheet is available at https://www.maths4everyone.com/skills/topic-review-sheets-9587.html The interactive version allows individual questions to be selected for enlarged display onto a screen. The answer can then be worked out ‘live’ by the teacher (or student) or a single click will reveal my solution. This not only helps in class, but it is also very useful for a student who is revising at home.
Winter Olympics 2018  Lesson/Assembly Presentation
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Winter Olympics 2018 Lesson/Assembly Presentation

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If you want some extra information about the 2018 Winter Olympics then go through this interesting interactive PowerPoint presentation, It takes you through the different event categories; why the emblem was the way it was; and why there was a white cat with stripes. This presentation is not only informative, it has links to 24 short videos that show top athletes performing in each of the sports. If they watched the Winter Games, your students will probably tell which videos to show.Some of these videos are amazing . We watched our greatest medal hope, Elise Christie, succumb to the perils of Short-Track Speed Skating, but have you seen when it worked in favour of Steven Bradbury when he 'won' his unbelievable Gold Medal win in the 2002 Olympics – it really was a matter of Last Man Standing! The topics covered within the presentation include: Location and dates, Venues and the stadiums The emblems and mascots The events and their pictograms. Note that the presentation contains interactive buttons which allow you to jump to different parts of the presentation and then return. My recommendation is that you go through the presentation slide by slide until you get to the information on the venues. From here, I recommend that you select the particular sports that take your interest. If you have a live Internet connection, then watch some of the videos – especially the ones that I’ve labelled with 5-stars. If you like this presentation then please leave a review.
GCSE Revision (Simultaneous Equations)
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GCSE Revision (Simultaneous Equations)

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Ideal for GCSE revision, this worksheet contains exam-type questions that gradually increase in difficulty. This sheet covers Linear Simultaneous Equations. These review sheets are great to use in class or as a homework. They are also excellent for one-to-one tuition and for interventions. For similar-style revision sheets on other topics, click -->tes.com/../more... Answers are included, as is a NEW STYLE of PowerPoint, which allows individual questions to be selected for enlarged display onto a screen. The answer can then be worked out ‘live’ by the teacher (or student) or a single click will reveal my solution. This not only helps in class, but it is also very useful for a student who is revising at home.
Standard Form (with Solutions)
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Standard Form (with Solutions)

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This are great summary questions on Standard Form. The questions are carefully selected and cover the full range of expected GCSE skills. There are three sections, which I have labelled as Bronze-Silver-Gold. The Gold Questions at the end, will get the Higher achieving students thinking. -- I use as a homework, but could be used for work in class as well.
GCSE Revision (Differentiation - The Rule For Polynomials)
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GCSE Revision (Differentiation - The Rule For Polynomials)

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Ideal for GCSE revision, this worksheet contains exam-type questions that gradually increase in difficulty. This sheet covers Differentiating Polynomials. This review sheet is great to use in class or as a homework. It is also excellent for one-to-one tuition and for interventions. An interactive version of this sheet is available at https://www.maths4everyone.com/skills/topic-review-sheets-9897.html The interactive version allows individual questions to be selected for enlarged display onto a screen. The answer can then be worked out ‘live’ by the teacher (or student) or a single click will reveal my solution. This not only helps in class, but it is also very useful for a student who is revising at home.
GCSE Revision (Sets - Intersection and Union)
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GCSE Revision (Sets - Intersection and Union)

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Ideal for GCSE revision, this worksheet contains exam-type questions which gradually increase in difficulty. This sheet covers The Intersection and Union of Sets. This review sheet is great to use in class or as a homework. It is also excellent for one-to-one tuition and for interventions.
Order and Compare Numbers - Up to 100 (Worksheets with Solutions)
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Order and Compare Numbers - Up to 100 (Worksheets with Solutions)

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This worksheet (with solutions) helps students strengthen their skills and knowledge of Ordering and Comparing Numbers. Questions are carefully planned so that understanding can be developed, misconceptions can be identified and so that there is progression both across and down the sheet. An interactive version of this sheet is available at https://www.maths4everyone.com/skills/numbers-up-to-100-1122.html The interactive version allows individual questions to be selected for enlarged display onto a screen. The answer can then be worked out ‘live’ by the teacher (or student) or a single click will reveal my solution. This not only helps in class, but it is also very useful for a student who is working at home.
Prime Factorisation (Treasure Hunt)
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Prime Factorisation (Treasure Hunt)

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This activity helps students practice multiplications which contain simple powers. Click --> https://tes.com/.../Treasure Hunts for similar style Treasure Hunts on 40 other topics. -- Note that unlike most Treasure Hunts, this one has the added feature that the answers give an encrypted clue. Deciphering this clue reveals where the treasure is hidden! A Treasure Hunt is a great activity which children love. They are ideal for revision, starters or plenaries. They are a really great way to get students to answer questions quickly and enjoy doing so. These question cards have been prepared in two sizes. The large cards can be pinned around around the classroom and used for a whole class activity; the smaller (loop cards) can be used for group work or by individuals – they are particularly helpful for one-to-one tutorials and during interventions.