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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 !

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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 !
Ratio Revision - Worksheet with answers
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Ratio Revision - Worksheet with answers

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This pdf is a worksheet of over 40 questions covering all that it needed for GCSE ratio. It is extensive and made for a good homework / revision sheet. This set of questions is aimed strictly at higher level students and contains some quite demanding questions Ratio is always present in all GCSE papers so I wrote this to ensure that all students can deal with all types of questions. Answers are included Please leave feedback - particularly if you like my work - thank you
Harder Simultaneous Equations - 25 Questions with answers
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Harder Simultaneous Equations - 25 Questions with answers

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25 pairs of simultaneous equations I gave to my Year 11 for revision. These are definitely classed as “harder” and are a variety of types (addition and subtractions). Answers include some halves / quarters as well as negatives Answers are included Please provide feedback - particularly if you like my work - thank you
Algebraic Proof
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Algebraic Proof

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A PDF of many of the type of problems that students need for higher level at GCSE, I originally designed this for Year 11 revision, but often used it when introducing the topic or giving homework. The sheet is comprehensive and will hopefully cover all that you need. I hope you find it useful. Please leave feedback, especially if you like my work - thank you.
Plotting Quadratic Curves - with answers
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Plotting Quadratic Curves - with answers

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For students who need a bit of practice plotting quadratics I created a ‘write on’ worksheet, it covers all that you will need up to about grade 5/6. Aimed at GCSE it can be used at Key Stage 3 as well as 4. 5 questions with grids and scaled axes provided so plotting and curve sketching is made as straight forward as possible, followed by a couple of questions to check students accuracy. Answers are included. Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
The Area Of Any Triangle with answers
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The Area Of Any Triangle with answers

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The Area Of Any Triangle is a great worksheet for practicing Sine and Cosine rule and the formula Area = 0.5abSinc. It is aimed at grade 8 and 9 students. There are four different types of questions. Simple - given two sides and the included angle, use the formula to find the area. Given the area, find a side or an angle. Harder - decide which angle you need to be able to find the area and then use the Sine rule or Cosine rule to find it first. Applications - finding the area and then using the area to find the shortest distance from one vertex to the opposite side. Recently added - An extra page with some level 9 questions involving surds and the are of a parallelogram - a couple of nice questions I found which you may find useful. Answers are included Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you
Small Angle Approximations - With Answers
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Small Angle Approximations - With Answers

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A very underrated topic in most text books - this PDF covers all that you will need to teach / learn the small angle approximations at ‘A’ level. I have approached the topic from various angles to ensure a lot of variability in the style of question and it’s focus - i have not combined it with any other expansions though. I have finished it off with a couple of questions involving the Sine rule and Cosine rule which are a little bit more challenging. Answers are included. Please give feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Circumference of A Circle and Quadrants - with answers
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Circumference of A Circle and Quadrants - with answers

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Aimed at both KS3 and KS4 students, this PDF contains over 30 questions on everything you will need to teach the circumference of a circle. Questions start at the basic level, there are questions given the radius or diameter and use a variety of units of measurement. Later questions cover the perimeter of half or quarter circles and also compound areas for the more able student and the usual set of worded questions which are really aimed at KS4 students. Answers are included. Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you
Gradient Of A Curve + Area Under A Graph - With Answers
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Gradient Of A Curve + Area Under A Graph - With Answers

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A quick set of questions covering the area under a graph and the gradient of a curve - only 6 questions but I find that pupils don’t need a lot of practice with this type of question. Essential for distance - time graphs and velocity - time graphs. 3 Questions on the gradient and 3 Questions on area. Answers are included Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you
Histograms worksheet - 10 Questions to GCSE standard with Answers
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Histograms worksheet - 10 Questions to GCSE standard with Answers

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This pdf is a comprehensive worksheet consisting of 10 questions on histograms. Most questions require a histogram to be drawn (often with the frequency density scale not given) -The sheets are of the “Write on” type - so no preparation needed. Several questions require students to find the median from a histogram or other similar calculations. Ideal for revision. Aimed primarily at GCSE higher level these questions can be used to teach the topic or can be given for revision. Answers are included. Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you
Functions for higher level GCSE - Around 200 Questions With Answers
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Functions for higher level GCSE - Around 200 Questions With Answers

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A comprehensive set of four worksheets covering all that you will need for GCSE on function notation. This is everything needed for a full understanding - up to grade 8 at GCSE. Simple functions Composite functions Inverse functions Functions with two variables. Answers. Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Modulus Algebra - over 30 questions with answers
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Modulus Algebra - over 30 questions with answers

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This is a pdf on solving equations and inequations with the modulus function. I have tried to cover every type of question that may be asked at ‘A’ level and have made the worksheet very extensive as a result. These can be tricky so the answers have bee checked thoroughly by more than one. Hope you find this as useful as I have over the years. Answers are included Please provide feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
The Net Of A Cube - A Great Starter - Powerpoint
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The Net Of A Cube - A Great Starter - Powerpoint

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There are 11 different nets of a cube This powerpoint presents 16 different arrangements and simply asks - is this the net of a cube?? I used this initially with year 7 when teaching nets but have used it at Key Stage 2 and with foundation level students at GCSE. Hope you find it useful. Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Stem & Leaf Diagrams - With Answers
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Stem & Leaf Diagrams - With Answers

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This is a PDF over two pages consisting of 6 questions on stem and leaf diagrams. I have one question requiring the drawing of a diagram - the other five are in taking values from a given diagram. The work is primarily aimed at GCSE - not a basic introduction at Key Stage 3. I have included: decimal leaves as well as whole number back to back S&L diagrams Mean, Mode, Median and quartile are required in some questions. I did not see any need for any more than these six question. Answers are included. Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Compound Measure for KS3 - with Answers
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Compound Measure for KS3 - with Answers

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This is a useful PDF for teaching compound measures. 19 questions in total on rate of flow, pressure, speed, population density, motor economy etc. Not too challenging, it is aimed at Key stage 3 and is generally straight forward. Answers are included Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Decimals Into Fractions For Higher Level GCSE
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Decimals Into Fractions For Higher Level GCSE

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This is an excellent PDF consisting of over 50 questions on changing decimals into fractions. The first question is on terminating decimals The second is on interpreting recurring notation - UK only The third is converting recurring decimals into fractions The final question pushes it up to grade 9 - good luck Answers are provided. This resource allows for explanations, classwork and homework
The Volume and Surface Area Of Cones and Spheres - Worksheets With Answers
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The Volume and Surface Area Of Cones and Spheres - Worksheets With Answers

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Three worksheets covering higher level GCSE questions on Cones and Spheres including Level 9 questions. Cones - A great worksheet which all higher level students will need to be able to cope with - 12 questions Spheres - 6 questions on volume and surface are of spheres and hemispheres. Cones and Spheres - 5 more difficult questions on the cone and spheres - these are level 8 and 9 ! Answers for each are provided separately. Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Powers and Roots With Answers
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Powers and Roots With Answers

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This PDF consists of 104 questions on indices. It covers the rules of indices, fractional, negative and zero powers. It was written for KS4 pupils and includes some difficult questions for grade 8/9 pupils. Ideal for revision too. Answers are included Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Simplifying Ratios - over 100 questions with answers
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Simplifying Ratios - over 100 questions with answers

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This PDF consists of over 100 ratios which can be simplified. Aimed at Key Stage 3, I wrote this as a differentiated worksheet - not all students need to do all the questions (of course) Questions include some with units, some with three parts to the ratio, some with fractions and/or decimals It is really extensive and I used to often use it as a starter with foundation groups for some revision. Answers are included. please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Drawing Plans & Elevations
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Drawing Plans & Elevations

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10 block diagrams to draw plan and elevations of: First document shows the diagrams in colour and large scale so they can be projected to the class. Second document shows the same 10 diagrams in black and white and on one page for use as a handout.
The Best Buy - 28 Questions with Answers + Starter
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The Best Buy - 28 Questions with Answers + Starter

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This is a useful worksheet and starter. A PDF on the best value for money - 2 questions: Question one is the comparison of the price of 4 eggs with the price of 6 eggs etc. - 8 questions on a PDF and also as a Powerpoint so that it can be used as a starter too. Question two is the comparison of weights and volumes - price per gram etc. in 20 parts there is plenty here for examples - classwork and homework. All prices are relevant to 2021 Answers are included * Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.*