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UKMaths is run by Paul Jenner, a Sheffield based Maths Teacher and KS4 coordinator at a successful 11-18 school. Follow me on twitter: @PJenner99

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UKMaths is run by Paul Jenner, a Sheffield based Maths Teacher and KS4 coordinator at a successful 11-18 school. Follow me on twitter: @PJenner99
Iteration Maths GCSE
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Iteration Maths GCSE

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Worksheet on the new GCSE topic of iteration. The questions build up gradually in difficulty and exam style questions and answers are included.
Congruent Triangles
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Congruent Triangles

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This is a worksheet with answers for the GCSE higher topic of proving two triangles are congruent.
Multiply/ Divide Negatives: Unlock the Joke
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Multiply/ Divide Negatives: Unlock the Joke

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Answer the multiplying and dividing with negative numbers questions to unlock the joke, one letter at a time. A fun, engaging activity for pupils to practice multiplication and division with negatives.
Prime Maze
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Prime Maze

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A fun maze activity which enables students to practice recognising primes.
Substitution Top Trumps
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Substitution Top Trumps

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This is a version of top trumps to practice substitution. The rules are the same as top trumps and pupils substitute a = 4, b =2 and c= 5 into the expressions to determine the attributes. Using different values of a,b and c is possible but will change the relative strengths of the animals. This is for KS3 pupils and is always a big hit. The files will need to be printed on card (and ideally laminated) and cut out.
Substitution Top Trumps (Harder)
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Substitution Top Trumps (Harder)

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This is a version of top trumps to practice substitution. It is the same as my resource: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/substitution-top-trumps-11501936 but with more difficult expressions to substitute into. The rules are the same as top trumps and pupils substitute a = 4, b =2 and c= 5 into the expressions to determine the attributes. Using different values of a,b and c is possible but will change the relative strengths of the animals. This is for KS3 or KS4 pupils and is always a big hit. The files will need to be printed on card (and ideally laminated) and cut out.
10 Quick Questions Powerpoints Collection
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10 Quick Questions Powerpoints Collection

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This a collection of 9 powerpoints which each contain 10 questions (with answers at the end). The slides progress automatically and a bar at the bottom counts down to indicate to the students how long they have left on each question. Ideal for stronger GCSE students.