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I've been teaching Maths for nearly two decades and have devised a number of assessment tools. Everything I make available on the TES website has been built from the ground up at home, in my own time. If you think that a particular tool would be useful to you then let me know what it would do and I'll see what I can do - if I decide to make it then you'll receive it for free, although I may then choose to sell it online via TES and other outlets.

I've been teaching Maths for nearly two decades and have devised a number of assessment tools. Everything I make available on the TES website has been built from the ground up at home, in my own time. If you think that a particular tool would be useful to you then let me know what it would do and I'll see what I can do - if I decide to make it then you'll receive it for free, although I may then choose to sell it online via TES and other outlets.
Quadratics - old style bulk questions, full solutions!
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Quadratics - old style bulk questions, full solutions!

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Do you ever feel that modern textbooks have insufficient questions for students to practice difficult skills? If so, this is the resource for you when you’re teaching quadratics. All of these are included (the numbers being how many questions of each type have been produced):  Plotting a quadratic curve using a table of values (30)  Expanding double brackets (90)  Factorising a quadratic expression (90)  Solving quadratic equations from double brackets (90)  Solving unfactorised quadratic equations (90)  Completing the square with a quadratic expression (90)  Solving quadratic equations by completing the square (90)  Sketching a quadratic curve (180) The solutions are detailed, showing individual plots for each sketched curve. You can see a watermarked copy of the answer booklet here: http://imwe.co.uk/excel/quadratic_booklet_ans_watermark.pdf
Percentage calculator
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Percentage calculator

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Many teachers struggle to calculate percentages when they’re assessing work. This simple tool takes the pain out of this task. Simply change the green cell to the maximum mark available and you’ll see equivalent percentages for each mark. Print it out for easy reference.