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Qualified Private Tutor for over 25 years. Subjects covered Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry. Mathematics covered from Primary to A-Level. Physics GCSE and A-level, Chemistry GSCE level. As a tutor I am familiar with a wide range of specifications from all the main exam boards. I have over 20 years of GCSE examination experience, marking mainly physics papers. Most of my resources are for the new primary mathematics curriculum.

Qualified Private Tutor for over 25 years. Subjects covered Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry. Mathematics covered from Primary to A-Level. Physics GCSE and A-level, Chemistry GSCE level. As a tutor I am familiar with a wide range of specifications from all the main exam boards. I have over 20 years of GCSE examination experience, marking mainly physics papers. Most of my resources are for the new primary mathematics curriculum.
Introducing Pythagoras's Theorem
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Introducing Pythagoras's Theorem

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This introduction of Pythagoras’s Theorem includes two proofs. The first proof is suitable for lower ability students, the second for higher ability students. I have also included an investigation that give you an oppertunity to show your students how this important theorem can be applied within the school. The investigation canb be made in to a practicle one if you wish. I have also included a small exercise with answers, that will allow the reinforcement of your initial introduction of this theorem. The second proof requires a good level of algebra for a full understanding. I recommend you use this proof after covering expanding brackets and factorising in algebra. I also like to mention to my students although this theorem is now known as Pythagoras’s Theorem who lived about 500 BC, he was not the first to have discovered it. It was known by the Babylonians and the Eygptians.
Word Problem Exercises using Mathematics
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Word Problem Exercises using Mathematics

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A set of two word problem exercises using mathematics, including answers. Suitable for students preparing for the Eleven Plus Tests. Can also be used for revision when preparing your students for the Key Stage Two tests.
SATS Key Stage Two Arithmetic Revision Exercise's
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SATS Key Stage Two Arithmetic Revision Exercise's

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Two very useful SATs revision exercise’s, covering all the arithmetic operations required on the current SATs Arithmetic Paper. There are sixty questions on each exercise, answer sheets are also included. These two resources can be used either for homework or in class for final preparation for the Key Stage Two Arithmetic paper.
Key Stage Two Maths, SAT's Sample Papers 1, 2 & 3
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Key Stage Two Maths, SAT's Sample Papers 1, 2 & 3

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This is a set of three sample practice maths SAT’s papers with mark schemes, are intended as further practice for year six pupils preparing for their Key Stage Two Tests. The sample papers mirror the actual papers candidates sit in May. They cover the main requirements of the curriculum. They will be helpful in giving your pupils further practice under test conditions before they sit the final Key Stage Two maths papers. With only two sets sets of actual past papers available they are particlarly relavent in giving further practice to your year six pupils.
Ratio Exercises for Primary Mathematics
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Ratio Exercises for Primary Mathematics

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A set of five ratio exercises suitable for students preparing for the 11+. These exercises are also an excellent resourse for students preparing for the Key Stage Two tests. They can be used in the classroom or given for homework.
Mole Calculations
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Mole Calculations

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This resourse is aimed for GCSE chemistry students. It can be used when students have first been introduced to the mole. The calculations allow students to become familier with find the mass of one mole of a substance and also the number of moles in a substance. Students will need a copy of the periodic table when working through this exercise. I have include an answer sheet.
Percentage Exercises Key Stage Two
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Percentage Exercises Key Stage Two

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A set of five percentage exercises with answers, suitable for students preparing fot the Eleven Plus or Key Stage Two Tests. Students will need to have a good understanding percentages and fractions before being asked to complete these exercises. They can be used in either the classroom or given for homework.
Roman Numerals
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Roman Numerals

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This resource contains an introduction to the Roman Numeral System. The rules how to use this system are shown, with examples that you can use to explain this system to your class. A table showing numbers 1 to 100 is included, and another table showing numbers 100 to 2000 is given. Included are two exercises with answers that can be used either in class or for homework. This resource is suitable for year six students preparing for their Key Stage Two tests. This resource is suitable for year six students preparing for their Key Stage Two tests.
Rules of Fractions
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Rules of Fractions

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A good revision resource that covers the four rules of fractions, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Included is converting decimals to fractions, including recurring decimals. Examples are also included. This resource should be given to your students once you have fully covered fractions with them.
Number an Introduction (Negative & Positive)
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Number an Introduction (Negative & Positive)

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This resource is suitable for year five students when introducing them to positive and negative numbers. It does require your students having been introduced to factors, prime numbers and square numbers. You may wish to recap these numbers before introducing them to positive and negative numbers. I have included some examples that can be used with the class, I recommend that you use more examples of your own. The three exercises included can be either used in class or set for homework. They will help reinforce basic number for your year five students.