Our maths department have collated
this handy list of resources your child can use to revise maths. All
pupils have been emailed with these links so please do talk to them about which
ones they are using.
Year 11 pupils have been emailed
logins and passwords for following site
This will allow them to watch
tutorial videos on how to do certain topics and answer questions. All pupils
have been issued with their own personal login and regularly have homework set
using mathswatch. If a pupil does not
know their username and/or password, please ask them to speak to their maths
teacher. To access independent tasks, pupils need to click on the “my progress” tab at the top once
logged in, then choose their topic area and click on the bar in the “interactive questions” for that topic
to access the questions.
These websites are open access and
available to everybody
This is the new version of BBC Bitesize which has been updated with the resources for the new specification. It has guided run through on techniques, video clips, activities and tests to complete. This covers all topics on the new GCSE specification, you will need to choose the “Edexcel” specification.
This has a range of practice papers and a section called 5-a-day where you can get 5 questions for every day of the year to allow quick regular practice of those topics which pretty much always appear on the exam papers.
These are a collection of graded
workbooks formed of past exam questions and split into grades and topics (be
careful as they are in old grades – the new grade equivalent can be found at
the bottom on maths genie). They have the answers and videos to explain each of
the booklets once they have been attempted also. They are particularly useful
if you know what topic you need to practice.
The GCSE revision tab is particularly
useful and has revision notes and model answers with questions along with
questions for your child to attempt and then also the solutions for these
questions. The revision notes are in a video format so you can watch as someone
goes through the example with you.
This website gives you a while
variety of resources from past exam questions to “walking and talking notes
guiding you through the exam question”. It also has revision notes on the
majority of topics and includes links to e-textbooks and worksheets to attempt.
This will keep changing the questions
every time an answer is entered to allow endless practice on a given topic. The
questions are split into topic areas and can be worked through online.
This is a version of past exam
papers, which will be marked for you online. They can all be attempted online
and give rough grade boundaries for the paper which is being completed.
This website indexes a whole series
of help video tutorials which are available online from mathscast.
This is labelled as interactive maths
and attempts to link the concepts we learn in the classroom to those which
exist in the real world for any further reading required.
mathsbot.com/gcseQuestions and mathsbot.com/gcse/retrieval
This has areas where you can access
practice exam questions and those quick facts that need to be remembered. You
can change the topics you want to use at the top and make the questions easier
or harder at the top as well.
The following are available on the
school system which can be accessed from home via the Home Access on Barr
Don’t forget you also have access to
Maths Workout numbers 1 to 8 on the system which can be accessed through the
start menu -> maths then clicking on them, they are split into sections as
1 – Number work
2 – Number work
3 – Shape and space work
4 – Shape and space work
5 – Data handling work
6 – Data handling work
7 – Algebra work
8 – Algebra work