I am a Qualified Teacher, Examiner & Tutor of Maths, with several years' experience in this aspect of Learning. I have a 'traditional' approach to teaching, learning & learners' achievement. I have supported, and continue to inspire my learners to 'excellent-grade glory'. Learning Mathematics is akin to building relationship. I pride myself with being able to prepare quality learning resources that engage & enable students to build a positive and sustained relationship with Mathematics.

I am a Qualified Teacher, Examiner & Tutor of Maths, with several years' experience in this aspect of Learning. I have a 'traditional' approach to teaching, learning & learners' achievement. I have supported, and continue to inspire my learners to 'excellent-grade glory'. Learning Mathematics is akin to building relationship. I pride myself with being able to prepare quality learning resources that engage & enable students to build a positive and sustained relationship with Mathematics.

This document is made up of 13 exam-style questions and marking scheme to match.
It is versatile and can be used as an assessment , revision or homework resource .
It is suited for the new national curriculum Grades 6-8. I have used these successfully to prepare my learners for exams and also to generally help them build confidence in tackling a variety of problems involving RATIO, PROPORTION & SIMILARITY.

This worksheet gives good practice for finding gradient and the y-intercept of graphs.
It contains drawings of various lines on square-grid, for ease of finding the gradient or intercept of each line.
Handy for use with KS3 or GCSE foundation level, for introducing the concept of finding gradient and intercept of a line.

This is a revision material for the Edexcel C2 specification.
It is helpful for consolidating learning and for revision towards examination.
You may also print them out as worksheets, for class discussions

This is a revision material for the Edexcel C2 specification.
It is helpful for consolidating learning and for revision towards examination.
You may also print them out as worksheets, for class discussions.

This is a versatile worksheet that is suited for the New curriculum Grades 7-9 (or previous A/A*).
It contains over 25 well-structures questions that cover various Quadratic Equation problems- including Algebraic Fraction quadratic equations.
It is handy for differentiation in any higher-tier mixed-ability class. You will realise, as a class teacher , that even the most able class does still require some differentiated learning . All leading to the same expected learning outcome.
This worksheet can also be used as a revision resource . I am sure your learners will benefit from it, as mine do.

This is a versatile resource, with matching worksheet and answers. Its been suited for assessing learning in Algebra across GCSE Grades 6 to 9. It is also suited for the New curriculum Grades 7-9 (or previous A/A*) in terms of level of challenge and contains some cross-curriculum problems too.
I have adapted the assessment question paper to produce a SMART Notebook presentation, with slides matching the actual test paper. This makes it easy for use in class discussions. Attached to the Notebook are both the Worksheet and Answers- With clear indications for Method marks (M) , Answer marks (A) , as well as communication marks (B or C), where appropriate. I hope you find these useful!
The worksheet contains over 20 well-structures questions that cover various Algebraic problems- including Algebraic Fraction quadratic equations, factorisation and more
It is handy as an assessment material for end of unit tests and for differentiation in any higher-tier, mixed-ability class. You will realise, as a class teacher , that even the most able class does still require some differentiated learning . All leading to the same expected learning outcome.
I am sure your learners will benefit from it, as mine do.

This material is suitable as a homework or classwork sheet.
It is categorised into two sections- A and B, and questions have been scaled in order of challenge.

This is a learning resource containing 20 GCSE Exam-type problems aimed at learners working towards the grades 5 to 7 range.
The topics covered in this material include:
Simultaneous Equations and Graphs,
Inequalities (including sketch or region )
Rearranging and Substitution into Formulae
Factorising & Solving linear and Quadratic Equations
There are aspects of multiplicative reasoning encouraged throughout the material. Learners are encouraged to use prior knowledge of these and other mathematics concepts to solve problems.
You may use this material as an assessment or a revision exercise.
As a Bonus, to help with ease of use in the classroom for discussions, I have also included a SMART NOTEBOOK version ( note that the SMART version cannot be edited)
I hope you find this versatile material as useful as I do, in helping assess or consolidate your students' learning.
Please leave a positive review , if this material was helpful to you.
Thank you

This is a full lesson on Algebraic fraction equations. It comes with a well-outlines introductory page -in line with assessment for learning (AFL) guidelines. With shared expected learning outcomes. Also attached to the SMART Notebook, is a versatile worksheet that is suited for the New curriculum Grades 7-9 (or previous A/A*).
It contains over 25 well-structures questions that cover various Quadratic Equation problems- including Algebraic Fraction quadratic equations and a lot more. The attached worksheet could also be used as revision material for the topic.
It is handy for differentiation in any higher-tier mixed-ability class. You will realise, as a class teacher , that even the most able class does still require some differentiated learning . All leading to the same expected learning outcome.
I am sure your learners will benefit from it, as mine do.

This is a versatile resource, with matching worksheet and answers. Its been suited for assessing learning in Algebra across the New GCSE Grades 5 to 8(or previous C+ to A) in terms of level of challenge . It also contains some cross-curriculum elements too.
I have adapted the assessment question paper to produce a SMART Notebook presentation, with slides matching the actual test paper. This makes it easy for use in class discussions. Attached to the Notebook are both the Worksheet and Answers- With clear indications for Method marks (M) , Answer marks (A) , as well as communication marks (B or C), where appropriate. I hope you find these useful!
The worksheet contains over 20 well-structures questions that cover various Algebraic problems- including Inequalities and graphs, Solving simultaneous equations -using Graphs, Linear & Quadratic factorisation and Equations and more
It is handy as an assessment material for end of unit tests and for differentiation in any higher-tier, mixed-ability class. You will realise, as a class teacher , that even the most able class does still require some differentiated learning . All leading to the same expected learning outcome.
I am sure your learners will benefit from it, as mine do.

A SMART Notebook lesson resource with attached sample exams questions on Algebraic Fraction Expressions. Suited for current GCSE grades 6 to 9
The are 9 slides in total. Slides 8 and 9 have been 'Page Recorded'. This means that as an alternative to you going through the solution with your class, you can just press the 'play' button from SMART tools section to run the recorded solution.
Attached to the SMART Notebook is a set of 15 exams-style problems together with the standard marking scheme. The attachment alone can be used as an end-of-unit test or as a home learning or classwork material.
I am sure you would find this resource as useful as I have. However, If for any reason, you have any questions/queries about any portion of this material , kindly contact me first to resolve, before leaving a review.
Many thanks

This document is made up of 10 exam-style questions and marking scheme to match.
It is versatile and can be used as an assessment , revision or homework resource .
It is suited for the new national curriculum Grades 6-8. I have used these successfully to prepare my learners for exams and also to generally help them build confidence in tackling a variety of probability related problems at Grades 6 through to 8 levels.

This document is made up of 20 exam-style questions and marking scheme to match.
It is versatile and can be used as an assessment , revision or homework resource .
It is suited for the new national curriculum Grades 6-9. I have used these successfully to prepare my learners for exams and also to generally help them build confidence in tackling a variety of problems on various topics in the curriculum. This can also be used as a material for consolidating learning at year 10 or year 11.

This worksheet is a collection of coordinate geometry questions, with marking scheme.
Use it as a revision or assessment material for Chapter 4 of Edexcel C2 .
Also useful for class consolidation and discussion

This is a revision and consolidation material for KS3 or for GCSE Foundation tier pupils.
It is handy for use in class to help learners harness key principle that have been learnt in previous lessons. It comes with two worksheets that you may want to print out for use. The topics covered include:
simplifying expressions, factorising expressions, simultaneous equations, solving equations with unknowns on both ends of the equal sign, etc.
It is ready for use in class, with learning objectives and expected learning outcomes.