I make Maths resources for KS3 and KS4.
Check out my homework / revision sheets! They all come with the answers provided also! I also produce QWIZDOM powerpoints which can be used with the Qwizdom handsets, but they can also be used as a regular plenary quiz.

I make Maths resources for KS3 and KS4.
Check out my homework / revision sheets! They all come with the answers provided also! I also produce QWIZDOM powerpoints which can be used with the Qwizdom handsets, but they can also be used as a regular plenary quiz.

This Qwizdom has been designed to target the first 10 questions of a Foundation GCSE Paper.
It has a macro built in that will randomise the questions.
Each topic has 4-9 questions, ranging in difficulty.
Topics include;
*Index Laws
*Expanding brackets
*Shape names
*Fractions of amounts
*Shape properties
*solving equations
*Squares, cubes and roots
*Naming angles
*Ratio sharing
*Averages
*Area and Perimeter
*Parts of a circle
*BIDMAS
*Types of triangle
*Making numbers
*Fractions to decimals to percentages
*Equivalent fractions
*Percentage of an amount
*Percentage increase and decrease
*Substitution
*Column vectors
*Negative powers
*Fractional powers
*Rounding to DP, SF and tens hundreds thousands
*Ratio as fractions
*Midpoints of 2 coordinates
*Algebra terminology
*Collecting like terms
*Multiples
*Converting time
*Venn diagrams
*Probability
*Linear tables
*Recipes
*Reflections
*Enlargements
*Vertical and horizontal mirror lines
*Lines of symmetry
*Congruency
*Rotations
*Rotational symmetry
*Forming expressions
*Angles
*Parallel lines
*Probability tables
*Angles in triangles
*2 way tables
*Error intervals
*Converting units
*Prime numbers
In order for it to be different every time, when you open it, view the slides on slide sorter and move them about for about 30 seconds.
This will allow the random button to pick a new path every time and stop the same questions popping up.

I made this paper yesterday evening after looking at what had previously come up on P1 and P2.
All questions have been created from scratch by myself, not sourced from anywhere else.
All answers are provided.

I made this paper yesterday evening after looking at what had previously come up on P1 and P2.
All questions have been created from scratch by myself, not sourced from anywhere else.
All answers are provided.

Here it is,
This took me all night,
Triple brackets
recurring decimals
3d coordinates
Direct proportion
Sine Rule
Cosine Rule
Area of non right angle triangle
Quadratic formula
Algebraic fractions
Quadratic sequences
Graphing inequalities
simultaneous equations non linear
circle graphs
cubic graphs
quadratic graphs
midpoint of 2 coordinates
reverse percentages
tangent to a circle
iteration
pressure
trig graphs
similar shapes with surface area
interior exterior angles
circle theorems
negative enlargements
circles
pyramids
constructions
bearings
vectors
transformations of graphs
standard form
compound interest
exchange rates
forming expressions
averages from a table
cumulative frequency
arcs and sectors
histograms
density
depreciation
bounds

Here i have created revision worksheets for my current Foundation Year 11s.
There are a total of 50 worksheets, designed to help students to master the 1 and 2 marks questions.
I give these out as a weekly homework, and my students have come on leaps and bounds.
Them covering these small topics on a weekly basis, allows me to cover the more in depth topics in class.
This is set 1-10.
Enjoy.
Topics covered:
Ordering Decimals
Percentages
Fractions
Rounding
Factorising
Types of number
Multiplication
Division
Negative Numbers
Index laws
Error Intervals
Ratio
Unitary Method
Adding and subtracting Fractions
Multiply and Divide Fractions
Perimeter/Area
Nth terms
Expand and simplify
Factors*

This is a bundle of all 5 sets of my homework sheets.
I have been giving these out as a homework booklet to my year 11’s all year.
For me a booklet consists of Homework 1,11,21,31,41,and 51.
We then go through the answers so students can self assess.
I feel these have helped strengthen their understanding on some of the basic topics, leaving me more time in class to concentrate on more complex problems.

Hi everyone,
Check out my latest version of my HIGHER REVISION QUIZ.
250 GCSE based questions for students to work through.
With a random macro built in.
*Index laws
*Expanding brackets
*Angles in polygons
*Fractions of amounts
*Solving equations
*Types of number
*Ratio
*Rounding
*Nth term
*Circles
*Percentage increase and decrease
*Substitution
*Column vectors
*Negative powers
*Ratio and proportion
*Venn diagrams
*Linear tables
*Scale factors
*Mirror lines
*Rotations
*Anlges
*Angles in parallel lines
*Probability tables
*Angles in triangles
*Two way tables
*Error intervals
*Fractional powers
*Circle theorems
*Boxplots
*Types of graph
*Power of zero
*Probability tree diagrams
*Quadratic tables
*Surds
*Trigonometry
*Pythagoras
*Functions and composite
*Roots from a graph
*Similar shapes
*y=mx+c
*Reverse percentages
*Area of a trapezium
*Midpoint of 2 coordinates
*Percentage change repeated change
*Bearings
*Pie charts
*Logic problems
*Relative frequency
*Inequalities
*Types of chart
*Frustum
*Trig graphs
This powerpoint is operational with the QWIZDOM remotes and all answers are programed in ready to go.
I would recommend dragging a bunch of questions around when opening the ppt each time as this will help randomise the macro.
Hope you like!

Here I have created revision worksheets for my current Foundation Year 11s.
I give these out as a weekly homework, and my students have come on leaps and bounds.
Them covering these small topics on a weekly basis, allows me to cover the more in depth topics in class.
Enjoy.
Topics covered:
Circles
Using a caluclator
Compound interest / depreciation
Pythagoras
Exchange rates
Speed distance time
Mean from a table
Density
Trigonometry
Standard form
Reverse mean
Reciprocal
Interior and exterior angles of polygons.

This Qwizdom has been designed to target the little bits we forget to revise of a Higher GCSE Paper.
It has a macro built in that will randomise the questions.
Each topic has 4-9 questions, ranging in difficulty.
Topics include;
-Angle properties
-Parts of a circle
-Recognising transformations
-Index Laws
-Squares and cubes
-Circle Theorems
-Parallel Lines
-Negative and fractional indices
-Rounding (dp and Significant figures)
-Probability Trees
-Pythagoras
-Reciprocals
-Surds
-Solving equations
-Standard form
-Linear graphs
-Recognising equations of a line
-Grouped frequency tables (recognising)
-Percentage multipliers
-Equations with unknowns on both sides
-Factorising and expanding
-Volume of prisms
-Vectors
-3D Coordinates
-Boxplots
-Interior and exterior angles
-2 way tables
-Types of graph
-Shape names
In order for it to be different every time, when you open it, view the slides on slide sorter and move them about for about 30 seconds.
This will allow the random button to pick a new path every time and stop the same questions popping up.

I have put together this booklet of topics for my year 11’s this afternoon.
Its a combination of all the topics which have not yet been on paper 1 and 2.
I have also calculated all the answers for each question to help my students over the weekend revise.

I have put together a PLC for my class.
It is every topic covered in the New Foundation syllabus.
Every thing is graded and sectioned into topics.
-Number
-Algebra
-Graphs
-Ratio and Proportion
-Shape
-Angles
-Probability
-Data
Each section allows the students to RAG rate their ability and highlight any areas of concern.

I have put together a PLC for my class.
It is every topic covered in the New Higher syllabus.
Every thing is graded and sectioned into topics.
-Number
-Algebra
-Graphs
-Ratio and Proportion
-Geometry
-Triangles
-Probability and Statistics
Each section allows the students to RAG rate their ability and highlight any areas of concern.

This is a bundle of all 5 sets of my homework sheets.
I have been giving these out as a homework booklet to my year 11’s all year.
For me a booklet consists of Homework 1,11,21,31,41,and 51.
We then go through the answers so students can self assess.
I feel these have helped strengthen their understanding on some of the basic topics, leaving me more time in class to concentrate on more complex problems.

This animated Powerpoint is a crash course in calculating with Surds. Designed to be a 1 or 2 lesson presentation with differentiated questions per topics. (Red = Easy, Amber = Mid, Green = Advanced)
These are graded with the 1-9
-Estimating Roots
-Irrational and rational numbers
-Multiplying similar Surds
-Looking for known roots
-Multiplying different Surds
-Dividing Surds
-Simplifying Surds in the form a √𝑏
-Collect and simplifying
-Double brackets
-Rationalising the denominator
-Fact sheet
-GCSE Questions

This power point has been designed as a lesson on everything about ratio.
Writing a Ratio
Understanding proportion
Simplifying Ratio
Simplifying BINGO
Identifying a Ratio
Sharing using the Box Method
Reverse ratios
GCSE Questions
Combining ratios
Each section has a detailed step by step guide on what to look for.
Each section has a differentiated set of questions that follow, With answers on the powerpoint
I have also added extra question sheets encase you want to print just the questions off for a homework.

This Qwizdom can be used just as a regular plenary quiz.
It has 49 slides concentrating on the aspects of Averages.
-Mean
-Mode,
-Range
-Mean
-Modal class/group
-Finding missing numbers given a specific Mean, Mode, Range or Mean.

This Qwizdom can be used just as a regular plenary quiz.
It has 55 slides concentrating on the aspects of Area.
-Spellings
-Area of Triangles
-Area of Parallelograms
-Area of Trapeziums
-Area and Perimeter of Compound Shapes
-Reverse questions if given the area.