All rounds are fully embedded, with answers at the end of each round.
1 - Summer vibes (general knowledge with a summer theme)
2 - Sunshine celebs
3 - Say what (translation)
4 - Summer tunes (10 songs, 20 points available)
5 - All mixed up (anagrams)
6 - Brand new (logo challenge)
7 - Life’s a beach (flags)
8 - Emoji catchphrase
9 - Categories
10 - Tie break
Interview lesson on rules of indices, fractional and negative indices (through discovery). The worksheet is differentiated into four different levels, with 8 sections of challenge. Answers are provided.
6 equations for quadratic graphs. Each question involves the following:
plotting the graph
finding the coordinates of the turning point,
finding the coordinates of the y intercept
finding the equation of the line of symmetry
finding the solution to f(x) = 0
It is scaffolded at the beginning, the final graph is a negative quadratic.
This topic has been focused on recently in the new GCSE. This worksheet starts with simplifying ratio, onto a visual comparison, then onto writing a ratio as a fraction. Their skills are then tested by converting between fractions and ratios. Questions get challenging and students need to use skills from other areas of mathematics.
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This worksheet contains four levels of difficulty.
Bronze - simple rotation about a point
Silver - rotation about a coordinate
Gold - describing rotations
Platinum - a problem solving question involving a sometimes true, always true or never true statement.
This level of differentiation really shows off personalised learning in their books.
A differentiated A3 sheet on finding the area of a rectangle.
The resource includes a literacy section, warm up, bronze, silver, gold and platinum levels of difficulty.
Students will feel both supported and suitably challenged with this resource.
20 questions starting from simple one step equations, building up to solving equations with unknowns on both sides. Multiple choice questions address misconceptions. Includes one practise question.
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Three levels of integer multiplication followed by worded questions. Then three levels of decimal multiplication followed by worded questions.
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A card sort (word document) for horizontal and vertical lines.
A worksheet on recognising vertical and horizontal lines from their coordinates.
A worksheet on drawing vertical and horizontal lines (using colours).
Starter - Comparing pie charts.
Activity - Interactive collection of data involving pulse rates.
Worksheet - Drawing back to back stem and leaf diagrams and finding the range and median.
Extension - comparison using the range and median.
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Three worksheets on:
1) Comparing time series graphs and then plotting.
2) Calculating moving averages and plotting.
3) Calculating the mean seasonal variation.
Peer assessment task on comparing time series graphs (GCSE exam question)