Your Basket 0 items - £0.00

###### Interactive Lessons

Interactive lessons include a starter, main and plenary to engage GCSE students and create pace and challenge throughout.###### Schemes of Work

###### eBooks

###### Free Resources

__GCSE-Curriculum__

Hundreds of lessons

Thousands of resources

Just £1.99 each

__GCSE-Curriculum__

Interactive Schemes of Work contain all the resources a teacher needs to deliver the new GCSE specification at the touch of a button

__GCSE-Curriculum__

These GCSE mathematics ebooks contain a selection of worksheets on key topics throughout the new GCSE maths curriculum. Each worksheet is designed to consolidate and extend learning from the front of the class while challenging students to solve functional problems and develop their mathematical reasoning. Solutions are included for each worksheet.

__GCSE-Curriculum__

Free Interactive Maths Lessons and Free Interactive Whiteboard Question Generators

Rounding Decimal Numbers
Students learn about accuracy when rounding decimal numbers. Learning progresses from...

Interactive Lessons
£1.99

Subtraction with Decimal Numbers
How to use the column method to perform a subtraction with decimal numbers. M...

Interactive Lessons
£1.99

Multiplication Problems
Students are taught how to solve a range of real life multiplication problems using the...

Interactive Lessons
£1.99

Multiplying Decimals using the Grid Method
Students learn about multiplying decimals using the grid method. Th...

Interactive Lessons
£1.99

Smart Notebooks Presentation

Activ Inspire

FlipChart

FlipChart

Microsoft Power Point Presentation

Lesson

Plan

Plan

Differentiated Worksheet

Interactive Excel

Files

Files

April 19, 2016

Geometrical Reasoning in Key Stage 3 This term I am introducing geometrical reasoning in key stage 3 to Year 7. I was thinking about where to start the topic, what the key objectives should be and how I can challenge the various abilities. Lower Ability students We start the topic learning how to measure and […]

April 2, 2016

As a Head of Mathematics in the South East of England I am all too aware of the desperate shortage of mathematics teachers in secondary schools and the need to retain the good teachers we have to deliver outstanding mathematics lessons. Having interactive, engaging and lessons with good pace that are founded on conceptual understanding […]

March 28, 2016

I like to teach multiplying with negatives in a similar way to how students learned multiplication at primary school. As a quicker and more efficient form of long addition. This way students consolidate addition and subtraction with negatives and extend that to multiplication and later division. Multiplying with negatives -2 x 3 is three lots […]