I am a Specialist Leader in Education with the Millais Alliance Teaching School, Horsham. I began teaching in 1986. Positions held include Head of Maths, Assistant Head, working in the West Sussex LEA Advisory and Inspection Service, and Deputy Head. I am passionate about bringing the beauty of Maths to anyone who will listen! A firm believer in 'practice makes perfect', I aways empower students to take responsibility for their learning. Email: maths121@hotmail.com. Mobile: +44 (0) 7999 803322.

I am a Specialist Leader in Education with the Millais Alliance Teaching School, Horsham. I began teaching in 1986. Positions held include Head of Maths, Assistant Head, working in the West Sussex LEA Advisory and Inspection Service, and Deputy Head. I am passionate about bringing the beauty of Maths to anyone who will listen! A firm believer in 'practice makes perfect', I aways empower students to take responsibility for their learning. Email: maths121@hotmail.com. Mobile: +44 (0) 7999 803322.

This is an Excel Workbook for use at KS3 and KS4, containing 9 spreadsheets with graduating levels of difficulty across grades. Topics covered include: INDICES, ANGLES, POINTS/LINES, ANGLES IN POLYGONS, PERCENTAGES, SIMPLIFYING, Y = MX + C, COMPLETING THE SQUARE, BRACKETS/QUADRATICS, SEQUENCES, TIME, RATIO, SOLVING EQUATIONS, FRACTIONS OF AMOUNTS, AVERAGES, FREQUENCY TABLES, PYTHAGORAS, TRIGONOMETRY, PROBABILITY, CIRCLES AND PI, AREA AND VOLUME, SPHERES/HEMISPHERES. Answers are automatically generated and can be seen when you scroll down. You can use the zoom bar in Excel to maximise the size or reduce as appropriate, and pressing F9 will automatically regenerate the spreadsheet and give you a different set of questions and associated answers. This makes an ideal lesson starter, or homework using print screen, and you have a resource with an infinite number of questions. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing three spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of reverse percentage, simple growth and decay and compound interest. All sheets have an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

The paid version is an Excel Workbook for use at KS3 and KS4, containing 9 spreadsheets with graduating levels of difficulty across grades. Topics covered include: INDICES, ANGLES, POINTS/LINES, ANGLES IN POLYGONS, PERCENTAGES, SIMPLIFYING, Y = MX + C, COMPLETING THE SQUARE, BRACKETS/QUADRATICS, SEQUENCES, TIME, RATIO, SOLVING EQUATIONS, FRACTIONS OF AMOUNTS, AVERAGES, FREQUENCY TABLES, PYTHAGORAS, TRIGONOMETRY, PROBABILITY, CIRCLES AND PI, AREA AND VOLUME, SPHERES/HEMISPHERES. Answers are automatically generated and can be seen when you scroll down. You can use the zoom bar in Excel to maximise the size or reduce as appropriate, and pressing F9 will automatically regenerate the spreadsheet and give you a different set of questions and associated answers. This makes an ideal lesson starter, or homework using print screen, and you have a resource with an infinite number of questions. After all, practice makes perfect! This lite version is free and gives access to a sheet ideal for a lesson starter at KS4 GCSE Grade 4.

This is an Excel Workbook for use at KS3 and KS4, containing 9 spreadsheets with graduating levels of difficulty across grades. It is free to download, but you will need a password agreed with me to use it. There is a paid version available in my shop or a ‘Top Picks Lite’ version which is free. Topics covered include: INDICES, ANGLES, POINTS/LINES, ANGLES IN POLYGONS, PERCENTAGES, SIMPLIFYING, Y = MX + C, COMPLETING THE SQUARE, BRACKETS/QUADRATICS, SEQUENCES, TIME, RATIO, SOLVING EQUATIONS, FRACTIONS OF AMOUNTS, AVERAGES, FREQUENCY TABLES, PYTHAGORAS, TRIGONOMETRY, PROBABILITY, CIRCLES AND PI, AREA AND VOLUME, SPHERES/HEMISPHERES. Answers are automatically generated and can be seen when you scroll down. You can use the zoom bar in Excel to maximise the size or reduce as appropriate, and pressing F9 will automatically regenerate the spreadsheet and give you a different set of questions and associated answers. This makes an ideal lesson starter, or homework using print screen, and you have a resource with an infinite number of questions. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing a spreadsheet to practice the GCSE skill of using a Venn diagram and calculating a subsequent probability. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

You can download here all of the premium interactive spreadsheet resources to compliment the free ones available in my shop. This bundle includes the very popular ‘Top Picks’ which provides extensive practice for key topics at GCSE all levels, and can be used as lesson starters, intetvention, homework, lesson activity and revision.

An Excel Workbook containing a spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skill of calculating probabilities. The spreadsheet has an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing five spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of finding the percentage of an amount, converting fractions to percentages, increasing and decreasing values by a percentage, calculating percentage change and finding 'reverse' percentages. All sheets have an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to 'Manual' and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the 'More Questions' black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel's Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart's content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing two spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of expanding a single bracket and simplifying an expression. Both sheets have an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing a spreadsheet to practice the GCSE skill of finding the Highest Common Factor when given two numbers and an associated answer sheet. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing three spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of identifying sequences, nth term and solving inequalities. All sheets have an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing four spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of rounding, decimal places, significant figures and estimation. All sheets have an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing eight spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of finding perimeters and areas of rectangles, triangles, a trapezium and circles. All sheets have an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing two spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of using formulae and substitution. Both sheets have an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing six spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of finding volumes of cuboids, volumes of a trapezium, areas of circles, volumes of cylinders, surface areas of both closed and open cylinders and volumes of spheres. Click the rubber to start, enter in your answer and click the black rectangle to mark it. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘rubber’ will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing a spreadsheet to practice the GCSE skill of utilising a mean average to calculate information. The sheet has an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing a spreadsheet to practice the GCSE skill of estimating a mean average from a grouped distribution using midpoints where appropriate. The sheet has an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing three spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of recognising gradients, parallel lines and intercepts using simple y=mx+c, and finding coordinates of midpoints. All sheets have an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing a spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of calculating with interior angles, exterior angles and angle sums of polygons. The sheet has an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!

An Excel Workbook containing five spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of ratio and proportion. All sheets have an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to ‘Manual’ and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the ‘More Questions’ black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel’s Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart’s content. After all, practice makes perfect!