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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
Set Notation and Venn Diagrams Probability GCSE Maths
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Set Notation and Venn Diagrams Probability GCSE Maths

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This powerpoint and worksheet covers the set notation needed for the 9-1 GCSE. The ideas here are quite advanced so pupils should be familiar with Venn diagrams and probability before this lesson. The powerpoint has clear examples and definitions and the worksheet includes answers.
Venn Diagrams GCSE Maths
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Venn Diagrams GCSE Maths

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A powerpoint and worksheet for teaching the new GCSE topic of Venn diagrams. The powerpoint builds up with clear examples and the worksheet has answers included.
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.
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.
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.