I teach sixth form maths students so most of my resources are aimed at A level maths. I have recently updated my resources to cover the new A level maths syllabus and I have produced PowerPoints that fully cover all of the new A level maths course. I also use a large a large amount of Notebook presentations because they are more flexible that PowerPoint. I have put a free resource on for you to try to show how the presentations work you can open it online using SMART Notebook Express website.

I teach sixth form maths students so most of my resources are aimed at A level maths. I have recently updated my resources to cover the new A level maths syllabus and I have produced PowerPoints that fully cover all of the new A level maths course. I also use a large a large amount of Notebook presentations because they are more flexible that PowerPoint. I have put a free resource on for you to try to show how the presentations work you can open it online using SMART Notebook Express website.

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
**Forces and Newtons laws covers;
Understand the concept of a force; understand and use Newton’s first law
Understand and use Newton’s second law for motion in a straight line
Understand and use weight and motion in a straight line under gravity
Gravitational acceleration, g, and its value in S.I. units to varying degrees of accuracy
Understand and use Newton’s third law
Equilibrium of forces on a particle and motion in a straight line
Application to problems involving smooth pulleys and connected particles

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new AS level Further Maths course for the AQA exam board. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘AQA approved textbooks by Camb uni Press’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘Further Maths 5 - Matrices Transformation’ and ‘Further Maths 23 - Network Flows’ for free download
Please leave a review as it will really help me to improve my resources
Binary operations covers;
Understand and use binary operations including use of modular arithmetic and matrix multiplication
Understand, use and prove the commutativity of a binary operation
Understand, use and prove the associativity of a binary operation
Understand and prove the existence of an identity element for a given set under a given binary operation
Construct a Cayley Table for a given set and binary operation.

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
A complete set of notes for students
Model examples
Probing questions to test understanding
Class questions including answers
Individual whiteboard work
Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘A2 level maths 13 - Composite functions’ for free download
Please leave a review as it will really help me to improve my resources
Trigonometry Addition rule, Double angles, Harmonic form and Small angles covers;
Understand and use double angle formulae
Use of formulae for sin(A ± B) , cos(A ± B) and tan(A ± B)
Understand geometrical proofs of these formulae
Understand and use expressions for a cos θ + b sin θ in the equivalent forms of rcos(θ±α) or rsin(θ±α)
Understand and use the standard small angle approximations of sine, cosine and tangent
sinθ≈θ
cosθ≈1-θ^2/2
tanθ≈θ
where θ is in radians
Construct proofs involving trigonometric functions and identities

This bundle contains full lesson that cover all of the 2nd year A level course
These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘A2 level maths 13 - Composite functions’ for free download
Please leave a review as it will really help me to improve my resources

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
A complete set of notes for students
Model examples
Probing questions to test understanding
Class questions including answers
Individual whiteboard work
Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Exponential functions and logarithms covers;
Know and use the function a^x and its graph, where a is positive
Know and use the function e^x and its graph
Know that the gradient of e^kx is equal to ke^kx and hence understand why the exponential model is suitable in many applications
Know and use the definition of logax as the inverse of a^x where a is positive and x≥0
Know and use the function ln x and its graph
Know and use ln x as the inverse function of e^x
Understand and use the laws of logarithms
Solve equations of the form a^x=b
Use logarithmic graphs to estimate parameters in relationships of the form y=ax^n and y=kb^x , given data for x and y
Understand and use exponential growth and decay
Use in modelling (examples may include the use of e in continuous compound interest, radioactive decay, drug concentration decay, exponential growth as a model for population growth)
Consideration of limitations and refinements of exponential models

A presentation showing students how to differentiate and integrate sin and cos. It then leads to examples of using Product, Chain and Quotient rule and using Quotient to find the differentiation of Tan.
SMART Notebook Express presentations can be used for free by using SMART online or by downloading SMART software, also free, I use it because it allows a more interactive presentation than a powerpoint. Just search 'SMART Notebook Express' and try it with my free SMART resource.

A large selection of presentations that introduce calculus using the quadratic graph. They cover everything from sketching quadratic graphs to using differentiation to find the min/max points. The presentations also cover equation of tangent and normal and using the second derivative to find the nature of a stationary point.
SMART Notebook Express presentations can be used for free by using SMART online or by downloading SMART software, also free, I use it because it allows a more interactive presentation than a powerpoint. Just search 'SMART Notebook Express' and try it with my free SMART resource.

This bundle includes all the topics needed to cover the S2 AQA course including;
Discrete and Continuous Random Variables
Poisson Distribution
Estimation
Hypothesis Testing
Chi-squared

11 questions that covers sequences including nth term. Each question has 5 possible answers and is fully editable. Each page has a random button so easy to get a selection of questions that the learners can answer on mini whiteboards.
I have free example to download with a selection of different questions.

38 questions that covers place value, ordering numbers, reading number lines and basic calculations. Each question has 5 possible answers and is fully editable. Each page has a random button so easy to get a selection of questions that the learners can answer on mini whiteboards.
I have free example to download with a selection of different questions.

A presentation showing learners how to use binomial expansion. The presentations starts with basic quadratic and cubics to allow the learners to spot the patterns it then moves onto harder questions such as finding coefficients.
SMART Notebook Express presentations can be used for free by using SMART online or by downloading SMART software, also free, I use it because it allows a more interactive presentation than a powerpoint. Just search 'SMART Notebook Express' and try it with my free SMART resource.

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Vectors covers;
Use vectors in two dimensions
Calculate the magnitude and direction of a vector and convert between component form and magnitude/direction form
Add vectors diagrammatically and perform the algebraic operations of vector addition and multiplication by scalars, and understand their geometrical interpretations
Understand and use position vectors
Calculate the distance between two points represented by position vectors
Use vectors to solve problems in pure mathematics and in context, including forces

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
A complete set of notes for students
Model examples
Probing questions to test understanding
Class questions including answers
Individual whiteboard work
Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘A2 level maths 13 - Composite functions’ for free download
Please leave a review as it will really help me to improve my resources
Numerical methods locating roots and Newton-Raphson covers;
Locate roots of f(x)= 0 by considering changes of sign of f(x) in an interval of x on which f(x) is sufficiently well-behaved
Understand how change of sign methods can fail
Solve equations approximately using simple iterative methods; be able to draw associated cobweb and staircase diagrams
Solve equations using the Newton-Raphson method and other recurrence relations of the form x_(n+1) = g(x_n )
Understand how such methods can fail
Use numerical methods to solve problems in context

This is the scheme of work for the full AS maths course
These PowerPoints that are listed form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘A2 level maths 13 - Composite functions’ for free download
Please leave a review as it will really help me to improve my resources
Partial fractions covers;
Decompose rational functions into partial fractions (denominators not more complicated than squared linear terms and with no more than 3 terms, numerators constant or linear)
Integrate using partial fractions that are linear in the denominator

This bundle contains complete lessons for year 2 of the A level maths course
These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘A2 level maths 13 - Composite functions’ for free download
Please leave a review as it will really help me to improve my resources

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘A2 level maths 13 - Composite functions’ for free download
Please leave a review as it will really help me to improve my resources
Statistics – Normal distribution covers;
Understand and use the Normal distribution as a model; find probabilities using the Normal distribution
Link to histograms, mean, standard deviation, points of inflection and the binomial distribution
Select an appropriate probability distribution for a context, with appropriate reasoning, including recognising when the binomial or Normal model may not be appropriate

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new AS level Further Maths course for the AQA exam board. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘AQA approved textbooks by Camb uni Press’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘Further Maths 5 - Matrices Transformation’ and ‘Further Maths 23 - Network Flows’ for free download
Please leave a review as it will really help me to improve my resources

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These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
A complete set of notes for students
Model examples
Probing questions to test understanding
Class questions including answers
Individual whiteboard work
Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Please leave a review to help me improve or add anything else that is needed
Circles covers;
Understand and use the coordinate geometry of the circle including using the equation of a circle in the form
(x-a)^2 +(y-b)^2 =r^2
completing the square to find the centre and radius of a circle; use of the following properties:
The angle in a semicircle is a right angle
The perpendicular from the centre to a chord bisects the chord
The radius of a circle at a given point on its circumference is perpendicular to the tangent to the circle at that point.

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Proof covers;
Understand and use the structure of mathematical proof, proceeding from given assumptions through a series of logical steps to a conclusion
Use methods of proof, including proof by deduction, proof by exhaustion
Disproof by counter example