GCSE maths full display pack includes posters on all the important formulae etc that students need to know for their exams, as well as how the foundation and higher papers are broken down into topics. Posters show whether they are for foundation & higher or higher only students. Heading is included as well as a free ‘welcome to maths’ poster for your classroom door. . Included are 2 pdf files. 1 pdf includes all of the posters, they will be A5 size when printed on A4 as there are 2 to a page. They cover all topics on the GCSEs for both higher and foundation. The second pdf file includes the letters for the heading “maths to remember”. You can choose to either print the letters for “maths” and use that as a heading or print all of the letters. I recommend A4 size for these pages. This pdf file also includes pie charts showing a breakdown of the foundation and higher GCSE exams, showing roughly what percentage of the exam is on each topic. There is a blank “maths exam dates” page for you to print and laminate. You can then write on this with whiteboard marker and rub it off, reusing it every year. I have included a free “welcome to maths” poster for your classroom door. I think this works best as an A3. . Posters include areas of 2d shapes - triangle, rectangle, trapezium and parallelogram. Area of a prism. Equation of a straight line and finding the gradient. Area and circumference of a circle as well as area of a sector and arc length. Pythagoras, trigonometry and exact trig values. Sine rule, cosine rule and area of a triangle using sine. Compound interest formula. Circle theorems. Speed distance time, mass density volume and pressure force area formula triangles. The quadratic formula. Interior and exterior angles of polygons. Laws of indices. Surd rules. . All work copyrighted © by @MissPhillipson. Reproduction rights not included
Probability complete lesson pack GCSE foundation (6-8 lessons) powerpoint and booklet with worksheet
Powerpoint contains around 6-8 lessons on probability, depending on ability. Aimed at foundation GCSE years 9 - 11. The powerpoint contains lessons on; Probability scale Simple probability Probability notation Listing outcomes Using tables/grids to list the outcomes of single and combined events : two way tables and sample spaces Calculate theoretical probability Set notation And or rules Using Venn diagrams to calculate probability Mutually exclusive events Probability trees There is also a word booklet that includes starters, tasks and activities that directly link with the powerpoint.
Updated the popular pirate game to create an easter version. With a square picker link included
Scaffolded worksheet on finding the area and perimeter of semi circles. For low ability students.
Covid 19 spin on the classic pirate game. Same rules apply with different icons. Trade toilet rolls instead of money and use face masks and hand sanitizer to defend. Good fun for any age and gets them practising their grid references.
Full lesson on expanding single brackets, leading on to expanding and simplifying. Last activity leads on nicely to factorising in the next lesson. No printing required - all questions and answers are on powerpoint. Goes through the lesson objectives with the students. Aimed at GCSE students.
Lesson introducing probability. Powerpoint available with working animations as well as worksheet for students to fill in during lesson. Includes starter, main and plenary. Has plenty of discussion opportunities/pair work and also works through probability notation.