I am a deputy curriculum leader at a secondary school in Yorkshire.
I have an honours degree in Mathematics with employment experience, completed my PGDE and a Masters degree in Education all from the University of Sheffield.

I am a deputy curriculum leader at a secondary school in Yorkshire.
I have an honours degree in Mathematics with employment experience, completed my PGDE and a Masters degree in Education all from the University of Sheffield.

Complete lesson on distance time graphs.
Includes:
> Starter on worded speed distance time questions. Solutions provided.
> Whole class activity: A distance time graph example at the board with questions.
> Skills check: 5 questions on one graph for every student to do then answers discussed/projected onto the board (answers provided)
> Graph match up activity. 9 graphs with matching descriptions. These have been numbered/lettered so that students don't need to cut them out if you would like to get them through this activity quicker than cutting and sticking.
> Extension task: Describe what this graphs is showing (a race between two people)
> Full solutions provided
> Examples on finding speed from a distance time graph
> Find the speed at the different points of this graph
> Extension: What is happening to the speed in this graph?
> Full solutions provided
>

Full preview available at https://www.missbanks.co.uk/pick-n-mix-papers
These are short GCSE papers aimed at grades 1, 2 and 3.
Each paper covers 6 out of 30 preselected grade 1, 2 and 3 skills at random.
Across the 10 papers, each skill is tested twice.
There is also the same distribution of Number, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Geometry and Measures, Statistics and Probability as there is in the GCSE foundation exams.
These are ideal leading up to the exam period once students have learnt all the skills and need to recap alot of skills in a short period of time.
The papers are designed to be short enough to be completed and marked by students within a lesson or as part of a weekly homework.
The front cover also provides space to encourage students to reflect on what they need to revise and key things they need to remember before their exams.
There are worked solutions to accompany every paper (with mark breakdown).
There is also a sheet included of which skills appear on which papers.

Here are all of my GCSE revision resources bundled together!
You get my top ten tests (Target 5 and Higher 7+), Pick ‘n’ Mix papers (Foundation 1,2,3 Crossover 4/5 Higher 7+), Going for gold problem solving papers (Target 5), Same surface problems (mixed) and GCSE revision checklists.
Enjoy!

Complete lesson on using information on a probability tree diagram to calculate probabilities.
Aimed at a foundation class who need to be able to read a tree diagram but not complete it.
Includes:
> Skills check starter (systematic listing, multiplying fractions and decimals, and
probability)
> Examples on calculating with tree diagrams
> Worksheet with extension
> Full set of solutions
> Plenary on independent events (you may want to change the names used to
those in your class)

Complete lesson on identifying a transformation.
Includes:
> Key points to read in an exam question (single and marks available)
> 4 full examples of each of the transformations. Just click through the slides and the full working out and solutions appear. On the rotation question you can click the tracing paper and rotate to test where the centre of rotation is.
> Worksheet on identifying transformations with selection of exam questions as an extension task.

Full preview available at https://www.missbanks.co.uk/pick-n-mix-papers
These are short GCSE papers aimed at grades 4 and 5.
Each paper covers 6 out of 30 preselected grade 4 and 5 skills at random.
Across the 10 papers, each skill is tested twice.
There is also the same distribution of Number, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Geometry and Measures, Statistics and Probability as there is in the GCSE foundation exams.
These are ideal leading up to the exam period once students have learnt all the skills and need to recap alot of skills in a short period of time.
The papers are designed to be short enough to be completed and marked by students within a lesson or as part of a weekly homework.
The front cover also provides space to encourage students to reflect on what they need to revise and key things they need to remember before their exams.
There are worked solutions to accompany every paper (with mark breakdown).
There is also a sheet included of which skills appear on which papers.

Complete lesson on converting into and out of standard form
Including:
> A "hook" starter - what do you think this photo is? Including link to webpage that zooms in and out from the galaxy to the atom of a leaf
> Introduction - what is standard form? What does it look like? What "rules
" must it follow?
> 2 examples on converting large numbers into standard form
> Quick question test - full solutions provided
> 2 examples on converting small numbers into standard form
> Quick question test - full solutions provided
> Activity - convert the following numbers into and out of standard from (real life applications)
> Extension: Describe the benefits of using standard form
> Full solutions to activity provided
> Plenary - which of these numbers is not written in standard form

Complete lesson on investigating the angles in polygons.
Ideal for a higher ability class that need focus on the formulae and where they come from / a recap of exterior and interior angles.

Complete lesson on interpreting pie charts
Includes:
Complete lesson on drawing pie charts without a calculator.
It teaches students to write each frequency as a fraction of the total and find that fraction of 360 in order to find the angle required.
Includes:
> AfL starter - what do you already know about pie charts
> Matching pie charts with flags activity. Printable sheet and full solutions included.
> Key point slide - does one pie chart show more ___ than ___ or a higher proportion?
> 2 slides of questions to go through at the board
> Worksheet for students to complete with extension task and full solutions

Full preview available at https://www.missbanks.co.uk/pick-n-mix-papers
These are short GCSE papers aimed at grades 7+.
Each paper covers 6 out of 30 preselected grade 7-9 skills at random.
Across the 10 papers, each skill is tested twice.
There is also the same distribution of Number, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Geometry and Measures, Statistics and Probability as there is in the GCSE exams.
These are ideal leading up to the exam period once students have learnt all the skills and need to recap alot of skills in a short period of time.
The papers are designed to be short enough to be completed and marked by students within a lesson or as part of a weekly homework.
The front cover also provides space to encourage students to reflect on what they need to revise and key things they need to remember before their exams.
There are worked solutions to accompany every paper (with mark breakdown).
There is also a sheet included of which skills appear on which papers.

Here is a "mind map" of all of the gcse topics students need to know for the GCSE maths exam.
There is a foundation and higher version.
(For an editable version visit my website! https://www.missbanks.co.uk/revision-checklists)

These papers test skills that appear on both foundation and higher tier papers.
Each paper has three versions to choose from: Bronze, Silver and Gold. They are the same questions, but the amount of scaffolding is adjusted in each.
There are worked solutions to accompany every paper.
The Platinum paper is an extension to further challenge your students.
Full preview available at http://www.missbanks.co.uk/copy-of-going-for-gold

Complete lesson including starter, why we would use grouped frequency tables, why we estimate and don't calculate the mean, example, 2 questions for AfL, worksheet and extension worksheet on working backwards (which has solutions).
Lesson planned - Your welcome!

Complete lesson on translating a shape by a vector.
Includes:
> Starter - what is the word? Discuss meaning on translation.
> Several examples. Begins with instructions (eg 4 right 1 up). Then vectors moving onto more complicated vectors. You can click and drag the shapes into the right position (get students to come up to board and do it).
> Information slide for students to copy down on vectors.
> Mini whiteboard (AfL) activity. What does this vector show?/What vector would you write for these instructions?
> Activity for students to complete (green shapes are easier, then yellow then red). Same activity with full instructions as a support sheet. Full solution included.
> Extension: Using coordinates - what happens? Full solution included.
> Activity on finding the vector of translation (and its reverse)
> What do you notice? Extension: what do you notice about vectors A>B B>C and A>C
> Plenary - which of these shapes is not a translation? Spells out MATHS

Complete lesson on 3D Pythagoras
Includes:
> How many right angled triangles can you spot in this cuboid?
(Really good investigation starter that helps the students visualise the triangles and is afl for your next task)
Full solution provided including on the diagram.
> Examples to work through - starting with 2D Pythagoras on a 3D shape and progressing.
> 2 options for worksheet.
Option 1 - Starts with 2 questions on 2D Pythagoras on a 3D shape
- Then 2 3D Pythagoras questions finding the hypotenuse
- Then a 3D Pythagoras question finding a shorter side
- Then a "find the height" of the pyramid question
- Then find the side length of the cube given the diagonal question
Option 2 - Same questions as option 1 but the triangles are drawn for the students. Firstly with measurements and then without.
> Further extension - design your own question with model answer and mark scheme for both a cuboid and a pyramid. Template sheet provided for students to work on.
> Full solutions (same for both sheets)
> Plenary - showing the 3D Pythagoras formula and where it comes from

Here is my fantastic value bundle deal on transformations!
Each resource is a complete lesson with presentation, starter activity, worksheets, extensions and plenaries.

Complete lesson on 3D trigonometry (SOHCAHTOA only).
Includes:
> Skills check starter on 2D Pythagoras, 2D SOHCAHTOA, Pythagoras and SOHCAHTOA problem and 3D Pythagoras. Full working and answers included.
> 1 full example of 3D trigonometry. Each step of working out appears on screen including drawing the 2D triangle. Full solution throughout.
> Differentiated cards (Mild, medium, hot and extra spicy). Total of 10 questions. Answers with full working out included. Print in colour double sided then the answers will be on the back of the question so students can mark their own work as they go along.
> Reflection plenary.

Complete lesson on all of the basic angle facts.
Ideal for a higher ability class as a one lesson recap on the basic facts.
Covers angles on a straight line, angles around a point, angles in a triangle, angles in an isosceles triangle, angles in a quadrilateral and vertically opposite angles.
Includes:
> Starter asking students to write down as many angle facts as they can. Share ideas as a class. Great AFL tool for upcoming topic.
> 6 Quick questions. Find the solutions and tell me how you knew.
> Solutions and correctly worded reasoning.
> Differentiated worksheet. Angle problems using the basic rules. Spot the mistake. Algebra and angles. Extension task included. Full solutions provided.
> Difficult but basic past exam question that many students got wrong.
>

Complete lesson on finding the volume and surface area of a sphere.
I did this with a high ability class so included worded questions and more challenging questions - rather than just a full worksheet where students were just changing the value of r and typing into their calculator.
Includes:
> Starter on finding area and circumference of circles including working backwards from area/circumference to find diameter extension. Complete solutions.
> 2 simple examples finding volume and surface area of a sphere. Carefully going through how it should be entered in a calculator.
> Worksheet with functional differentiated questions
> Extension task
> Full solutions provided
> Real life spheres - is anything really a sphere? We are really estimating.