## Revision Wheel

I’m playing around with different revision ideas. This isn’t entirely my idea – I’ve seen variants of this online but thought I’d trial it with a set I want to use with a Year 9 group I teach to help… Continue Reading

The only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics

I’m playing around with different revision ideas. This isn’t entirely my idea – I’ve seen variants of this online but thought I’d trial it with a set I want to use with a Year 9 group I teach to help… Continue Reading

Unlike some of you fine people out there I still have 3 days left to work before a well earned Easter break before the madness that will be the final term as we run up to the GCSE and GCE… Continue Reading

Hi all This will be the final revision calendar before the summer GCSE examinations. This one is designed for use with a calculator. I have a few things planned for revision leading up to the exams which I will try… Continue Reading

It is almost March and so it is time to release the March “Little bit of maths each day” revision calendars. Both these are designed to be NON-CALCULATOR. Download and use as you wish – if you want the editable… Continue Reading

Its that time again! February’s revision calendars are now available. The theory behind these remember is that if you do a little bit of maths revision each day, its better than leaving it all to the couple of weeks before… Continue Reading

As a seasonal revision lesson for my Y11 intervention group, I’ve come up with this activity. It is essentially a follow me card sort. Twelve questions – (calculator needed for most) with 12 answers. Start anywhere then work out the… Continue Reading

Christmas holidays are just round the corner (well I finish on Friday 16th anyway) so I think the January calendar needs to go out this week. I intend giving these out so my students can seamlessly continue their “little bit… Continue Reading

More revision clocks for GCSE, this time a Higher Tier one. I’ve also included the word file for a blank one in case anyone wants to create their own. I find they work best when printed on A3. Revision clock… Continue Reading

In September we ran a mock exam for our Year 11s. This was a mistake!! Firstly it was far too early in the term (considering they’d relatively come back from the summer holidays where of course they’d done loads of… Continue Reading

I’ve developed a set of ‘revision clocks’ in the past – usually for A level revision purposes. I’m beginning to develop them now as starters to review past topics with GCSE groups. The concept is that each clock should take… Continue Reading