For the first year without course, Edexcel have published a new set of mock papers for the non-coursework specification. This gap analysis is for these new papers. I have asked Edexcel about grade boundaries for this mock, but the latest information I have is that they will not publish them until January, but in the [...]
Putting numbers in order is something that students often find incredibly difficult. I have found that using cards activities, where students can physically move the numbers around to see which order ‘looks right’ really helps. A lesson plan and a set of deciamsl to order is attached – to make it more challenging, you can [...]
It’s that time of year again – mock exams for Y11. For anyone who is using the new Edexcel linear MOCK papers (as opposed to Specimen papers) and wants to complete a gap analysis for their students, here it is! GCSE Maths Edexcel mock analysis
The lastest addition are a series of KS4 progression posters, which show students (and teachers) how they can move from one grade to the next – can be used for classroom display, AfL, revision lists etc….. In Grade order: G to F g-to-f-number.doc g-to-f-geometry.doc g-to-f-data.doc g-to-f-algebra.doc F to E f-to-e-number.doc f-to-e-geometry.doc f-to-e-data.doc f-to-e-algebra.doc E to [...]
A miscellaneous collection of maths bits to help the harried teacher!
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