I provide comprehensive worksheets to revise a particular topic (always with answers included) as well as extension materials, for pupils ranging from age about 11 to 16+.
All of my premium resources have a UK and US version.

I provide comprehensive worksheets to revise a particular topic (always with answers included) as well as extension materials, for pupils ranging from age about 11 to 16+.
All of my premium resources have a UK and US version.

This is a series of questions that will guide pupils from thinking only in numbers to thinking algebraically.
The questions are increasingly challenging, finishing with some that require a lot of thought and can be investigated further.

A series of practice questions on the following
converting between improper fractions and mixed numbers
adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying fractions
converting between fractions, decimals and percentages
Included with answers

A series of worksheets revising negative numbers.
- addition and subtraction
- subtracting negative numbers
- multiplying and dividing
- all operations, with fractions and decimals
Full solutions provided.

Two worksheets, testing basic probability with dice, coloured balls and letters. The second worksheet is more difficult and introduces sampling with and without replacement.
Full solutions included.

A great way to introduce formulas, with a fun activity to estimate how fast your reaction time is.
The Power Point introduces the idea of reaction time then shows pupils a simple experiment they can do, which leads to a formula for converting centimetres on a ruler to reaction time in seconds.

This is a series of questions testing basic knowledge of percentages.
They should be solved by converting the common percentages to fractions.
They start easy then introduce increases and decreases, then more difficult numbers.
Full solutions included.

This project gives pupils some real life houses from around the world to practice finding the area and perimeter of.
The package includes an introductory Power Point then a series of tasks, culminating in designing their own shelter.
Skills used:
- Area
- Perimeter
- Units
- Scale drawing
- Budgeting
Full solutions included.

A set of worksheets building up to an investigation about the time it takes for an object to drop that can be done in the classroom to practice the skills learned.
The sections are:
- Basic Skills (factorising, simplifying fractions, solving equations)
- Questions (rearranging linear formulas, quadratic formulas, and more difficult formulas too)
- Investigation (how long it takes a ball to drop, using a formula and testing it)
All provided with full solutions

Practice multiplying and dividing
- first of all 10, 100, 1000 etc.
- then by 20, 300, 4000 etc.
- then using decimals, e.g. 1.3 x 300
A series of worksheets revising these basic skills.
Full solutions included.

A problem solving project where pupils use Pythagoras to find how far away the horizon is, depending on your height about sea level.
This is an open-ended project, where rather than being given all the information up front the pupils have to work in groups to explore the problem, then reflect on what techniques were effective.
It practices several useful skills such as Pythagoras, circle geometry, expanding brackets and rearranging formulas.
There is the scope for very good pupils to extend the project in interesting directions.

A range of activities to celebrate March 14th (3.14), Pi Day!
- whole class quiz
- mnemonic activity (making up sentences)
- three Pi Challenges involving some maths

Four sets of practice questions.
Includes:
- determining if numbers are prime (and odd or square numbers)
- multiples and least common multiples
- factors and highest common factor
Solutions included

This resource is designed to give pupils much-needed practice on where points move after a transformation, for example: Where does the point (2,4) on the graph f(x) appear on the graph 3f(x)+1?
The first questions are basic practice then pupils look at progressively more complicated graphs, including some practice finding the turning points and range and domain.
Provided with solutions.

Includes
- converting between fractions, decimals, and percentages
- ordering a mixed list of all three
- equivalent fractions
- adding fractions
- mixed numbers and improper fractions
Solutions included.

This will introduce the topics of 3D volume and surface area, and also provide some challenging extension questions.
A set of four worksheets on
- Basic Skills (rounding, 2D perimeter and area, 3D volume and surface area)
- Problems (real life problems involving volume and surface area of cuboids, cylinders, cones and spheres)
- Units (converting between e.g. square metres and square centimetres)
- Extensions to the Problems (revisiting the problems with converting units and more in-depth calculations)
All provided with solutions.