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#### Homework Tracker with Individual Half-Term data

This is a homework tracker I have developed from another TES user (cannot find them to give credit), I have made the adjustment of adding individual half terms. This way you can get data for each half term and is useful for parent evenings and for monitoring of data for students not meeting expectations.
Again, if you’re the original user please message and I’ll add credit.
Dux

#### Maths Calendar - March

March’s famous mathematicians in history.
Highlighted this month is EMMY NOETHER and PAUL ERDŐS.
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.
If you found this resource useful, please rate or review.

#### Maths of SCUBA Diving - Pressure 1

This is the first in a series of posters trying to promote mathematics through a different avenue - SCUBA diving.
I’ll try and compile an area of SCUBA diving alongside with a relevant area of mathematics in the National Curriculum, how far I can get will depend, but there is a high amount of mathematics in SCUBA diving.
This week I’ve started the first in a few posters that will be upcoming revolving about the topic of Pressure. This week begins by looking at how pressure varies with depth in water.
I hope this is of use to some people - please rate/review if it is.
Sorry for the shameless plug of my little Mat Duxbury Diving logo. Trying to promote the sport to others too!

#### Perimeter of Semi-circles - Scaffolded Worksheet (w. Answers)

A scaffolded worksheet to help pupils build knowledge in how to answer finding the perimeter of semi-circles.
Suitable for lower ability pupils, small stretch and challenge at the end without the aid of any diagrams.
Hope you find it useful , if so please rate / review.
** Now includes answers, first is a full answer **

#### Maths Calendar - FULL YEAR

Maths Calendar.
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.
Every month contains two famous mathematicians from that month in history, they vary in their respective areas in mathematics, and I have tried to include as many influential male and female mathematicians as possible.
Note: each month is also available for free the month before, but if you’d like to save some time then you can buy this pack.

#### Maths Calendar - December

December’s famous mathematicians in history.
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.
If you found this resource useful, please rate or review.

#### Maths Calendar - November

November’s famous mathematicians in history.
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.

#### Mathematics Engagement Cards

Cards to be used as either:
Cards to increase engagement throughout lessons with a prize each half term
Exit cards
Used for group work
Essentially cards to increase engagement, can be handed out randomly or targeted at certain pupils.
** don’t print double sided - I haven’t aligned the cards
https://duxburymaths.blogspot.com/2018/09/increasing-pupil-engagement-for-my.html

#### Maths Calendar - September

September’s famous mathematicians in history.
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.
*Sorry this is late (Sep 2018) - didn’t think to share on TES. Still new to all of this!

#### Maths Calendar - October

October’s famous mathematicians in history.
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.

#### Maths Calendar - January

January’s famous mathematicians in history.
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.
If you found this resource useful, please rate or review.

#### Maths Calendar - February

February’s famous mathematicians in history.
Highlighted this month is G.H.Hardy and Sophie Bryant.
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.
If you found this resource useful, please rate or review.

#### AS Trigonometric Graphs Diagnostic Questions (w. Answers)

Diagnostic questions based on those created by Mr Barton Maths.
These have been created and edited to be used with the new A Level. They are only the AS Trigonometric Graphs.
I will update with more as and when I have time.
Answers are very minimal.
If these were useful to you please rate and review.
Dux

#### AS Trigonometric Identities Diagnostic Questions (w. Answers)

Diagnostic questions based on those created by Mr Barton Maths.
These have been created and edited to be used with the new A Level. They are only the AS Trigonometric Identities.
I will update with more as and when I have time.
They’re on the Diagnostic Question website too if you’d like to access on there:
https://diagnosticquestions.com/Quizzes/Go#/110816
Answers are minimal.
If these were useful to you please rate and review.
Dux

#### Maths of SCUBA Diving - Dalton's Law

This is the first in a series of posters trying to promote mathematics through a different avenue - SCUBA diving.
I’ll try and compile an area of SCUBA diving alongside with a relevant area of mathematics in the National Curriculum, how far I can get will depend, but there is a high amount of mathematics in SCUBA diving.
This week I’ve started with a nice gas law called Dalton’s Law - it requires a bit of understanding of how pressure in BAR increases with depth underwater. (I’ll release something on this at a later point). But this could be a nice research topic for yourself and your class - maybe even come up with a formula relating depth to BAR.
I hope this is of use to some people - please rate/review if it is.
Sorry for the shameless plug of my little Mat Duxbury Diving logo. Trying to promote the sport to others too!

#### Maths Calendar - April

April’s famous mathematicians in history.
Highlighted this month is LEONHARD EULER and KURT GÖDEL.
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.
If you found this resource useful, please rate or review.

#### Maths Calendar - May

May’s famous mathematicians in history.
Highlighted this month is BERTRAND RUSSEL and EDWARD LORENZ.
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.
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#### Basic Income Tax 18/19 Lesson

A basic lesson on income tax for the year 18/19.
It doesn’t run over National Insurance Tax in the calculations, I just wanted to keep it simple and try and get kids interested during Careers Week.
I hope you find some use in it, there is a worksheet with answers and a scaffolding sheet for those who may struggle with it.
Also included is a 19/20 tax bracket scaffolding sheet. I’ll update the powerpoint when the new tax year arrives, but the idea is the same.
If you found it useful please rate and review.

#### Maths Calendar - August

August’s famous mathematicians in history.
Highlighted this month is JOHN VENN and PIERRE DE FERMAT
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.
If you found this resource useful, please rate or review.

#### Maths Calendar - July

July’s famous mathematicians in history.
Highlighted this month is GOTTFRIED LEIBNIZ and TERENCE TAO.
Each month contains a poster available for display in classroom or wherever to try and relate some history to mathematics.
If you found this resource useful, please rate or review.