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Students revise how to expand a single pair of brackets by a number and term. Learning progresses onto simplify...

Students revise how to expand and simplify the product of two brackets. As learning progresses they consider qu...

Students revise how to calculate the probability of an event not happening using mutual exclusivity. Later, as ...

Students revise how to factorise algebraic expressions by taking out the highest common factor. As learning pro...

Students revise how to calculate a fraction of an amount using both calculator and non-calculator techniques. L...

Students revise using the place value table to convert between fractions, decimals and percentages. As learning...

Students revise how to use function machines to identify the order of operations. Later, as learning progresses...

Students revise how to calculate all the common factors of two or more integeres. Later, as learning progresses...

Students revise how to convert between imperial and metric units of length, weight and capacity. Later, as lear...

Students revise how to draw a plan, front elevation and side elevation of 3D shapes. Later, as learning progres...

Students revise how to substitute known values into various Kinematics formulae. As learning progresses they ne...

Students revise how to calculate the lowest common multiple of two or more integers. Later, as learning progres...

Students revise how to multiply and divide with fractions and mixed numbers. Learning progresses on to problem ...

Students revise how to use non-calculator methods to find a percentage of an amount. Later, as learning progres...

Students revise how to derive the nth term of an arithmetic sequence. As learning progresses they use the nth t...

Revising order of operations lesson where students practice how to break down a calculation using BODMAS. One ho...

March 22, 2020

How to use Mr Mathematics' resources to support distance learning.March 16, 2020

There are three common ways to organise data that fall into multiple sets: two-way tables, frequency diagrams and Venn diagrams. Having blogged about frequency diagrams before I thought I would write about how to draw a Venn Diagram to calculate probabilities. Recapping Two-Way Tables This activity works well to review two-way tables from the previous […]March 8, 2020

How to make the most of Year 11's time between their second mock and final summer exams.