I am now a retired teacher having taught for over 40 years in the UK at secondary level.
I wanted to share my love of Mathematics and teaching by providing a good set of resources which will more than cover all your needs for as many topics as I can and at good value for money.
I am trying to cover many topics from foundation level GCSE up to grade 9 at higher level in a way that is interesting and relevant.
I hope you like my style !

I am now a retired teacher having taught for over 40 years in the UK at secondary level.
I wanted to share my love of Mathematics and teaching by providing a good set of resources which will more than cover all your needs for as many topics as I can and at good value for money.
I am trying to cover many topics from foundation level GCSE up to grade 9 at higher level in a way that is interesting and relevant.
I hope you like my style !

This PDF consists of 15 questions on reverse percentages.
All answers have been carefully calculated to ensure that the answers are both sensible and “whole numbers”.
Each question is realistic and the prices are up to date!
Answers are included
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Everything needed on simultaneous equations from the introduction to the Higher level topic of one linear and one non-linear equation.
There is a lot here covering several lessons work including homework.
All answers are inluded.
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This PDF is 31 questions in total covering all that you will need for percentages increases and decreases at GCSE.
Questions include, finding the value after an increase has been applied - including compound interest, and also finding the percentage change.
The last few questions are for the more able at KS4
Answers are included
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These PDFs cover everything that you could need on the factorisation of Quadratics.
First sheet has almost 100 expressions to be factorised - plenty for examples, classwork and homework. This sheet has been divided into 5 clearly different sections allowing for differentiation.
The second sheet starts with some factorisation and then goes into applications of factorisation - plenty to talk about here and give the more able a bit of a challenge.
Answers are included.
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This is a set of 5 pdfs covering all that you will need to identify transformation.
All GCSE transformations are covered in detail.
Each transformation sheet has at least 10 transformations to identify (some have as many as 20)
I aimed this at GCSE revision but it can easily be adapted for KS3 or KS4 lesson.
Answers are included
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This is a PDF consisting of 30 questions on turning points and maxima / minima.
18 questions on finding the co-ordinates of turning points and the nature of the points followed by a number of algebraic applications and concluding with 4 full problems and maximum and minimum values.
This is a very thorough worksheet covering everything you will need to teach / learn or revise Stationary points.
Answers are included and have been checked and verified.
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This is a massive pdf covering everything you will require on simultaneous equations.
Simultaneous Equationsconsists of over 80 pairs of simultaneous equations to be solved, starting with the most basic and increasing in difficulty throughout.
Q1 - starts with two equations that can simply be subtracted - 10 questions
then 16 questions where only one equation needs to be multiplied up - all answers in question one are whole numbers and none of them are negative.
Q2 - both equations need to be multiplied before subtracting, answers are all whole numbers and the first negative answers start to appear around part o)
Q3 - a mixture of questions using different letters, answers can be positive or negative and several have fractional answers though only very simple fractions/decimals are used.
Simultaneous Problems 31 questions covering everything needed on worded problems.
Answers are included
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This is a PDF of 20 Questions which probes students understanding of prime numbers - it’s a bit tricky in places but good fun !!
Ideal for a starter, a quiz or even an end of topic test.
Contents
Prime Number Quiz 20 questions covering all that you will need for Year 7.
Answer Sheet
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This is my worksheet of over 60 questions covering the factorization of quadratic expressions and solving equations.
Answers will appear in the Quadratics bundle.

This PDF consists of around 25 questions based on implicit differentiation.
The first 18 are finding expressions for the first derivative in terms of x and y
and then I have included 6 or 7 on the applications of differentiation - using the implicit method.
I have included one or two where second derivatives are required - just for fun.
This is a very thorough worksheet which can be used when teaching the topic or as a revision sheet.
Answers are included
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This PDF consists of 30 questions covering ratios as scales for maps and models.
10 Questions on calculating the Real distance given the scale and the map distance.
10 Questions on calculating the Map distance given the real distance and the scale.
10 Questions on finding the scale, given the Map distance and the real distance.
I originally wrote this for Key stage 3 pupils but have extended it for Key Stage 4.
All distance are accurate - making many of the questions really interesting.
Answers are included
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This PDF consists of seven full size GCSE size questions.
Unlike some others - each of these questions have been carefully checked to ensure that the iterative process definitely works.
They are presented in the “write on” format and are ideal for introducing the topic in Year 11 or for revision.
Partial Answers are included
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This is a PDF of 2 pages with 10 questions which cover both reading from a Venn diagram and drawing Venn diagrams but limited to just two sets.
I have kept it relevant and interesting so that pupils will relate to it more.
Answers are included.
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This is a great bundle of 3 sheets with several questions on the calculation and interpretation of mean, variance and standard deviation.
Sheet 1 - raw data only
Sheet 2 - frequency tables
Sheet 3 - grouped frequency tables
Answer sheet included
Formula sheet included
I have covered all that students need for A level on the calculation and interpretation of Mean, Variance and Standard Deviation so these make for great revision sheets or for use in the classroom as a class activity.
Please note that MEI use a different formula for Variance and so there are two sets of answer and formula sheets.
Answers are included
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This is a colossal worksheet consisting of 40 questions on the four types of Mathematical proof required for ‘A’ level - please note that there is no Induction in these questions.
This is a pdf in 2 parts
Q1 - students are told which type of proof to use
Q2 - students name the type of proof and then use it.
There are approximately 10 questions on:
Direct proof
Contradiction
Counter-example
Exhaustion
Partial answers are included - more like massive hints and methods really
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This was a starter activity for Year 7 originally but I ended up using it for many KS3 class.
You are provided with a ‘Blockbuster’ board and 6 double digit numbers.
Each cell on the board can be won by finding the two numbers that add or subtract to give the number contained within that cell.
One player/team is trying to create a path from top to bottom while the other player/team are attempting to create a path from right to left.
The winner is the player/team to complete their path (a draw is impossible).
Start with the toss of a coin and then teams take alternating goes - spice it up by adding a timer !
You receive:
Instructions + 6 game boards + 1 game board which is offered free separately.
This is a great ‘fun’ activity which pupils have all loved - a great Christmas lesson too
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6 Comprehensive worksheets covering all you will need on the Sine and Cosine rules for GCSE.
Sine Rule 1 - use the Sine Rule to find the missing side - 10 Questions
Sine Rule 2 - use the Sine rule to find the missing angles (no ambiguous case) - 10 Questions
Cosine Rule 1 - Find the missing side - 10 Questions
Cosine Rule 2 - Find the missing angle - 10 Questions
Sine and Cosine Rules - miscellaneous questions where students have to decide which rule to use - 12 questions
Level 9 Cosine Rule Questions - Six more demanding questions for the more able student.
Answers

A great set of worksheets covering all that you will need at GCSE on similar triangles.
Three worksheets in total with plenty of questions up to level 6+
Identifying similar triangles
Calculating lengths in similar triangles
More complex questions - including parallel lines
Answers are provided
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This PDF consists of 12 questions expressing one number as a percentage of another.
Aimed at Key Stage 3 classes, there is nothing too demanding required and all answers to the problems are whole numbers.
I have included thirds and eighths in some of these.
Answers are included.
Contents
One Number As A Percentage Of Another
Answers
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