Resources are organised into four sections. Flashcards/Numeracy, Topics, R.U.L.E.R Resources and Past Papers
A document discussing the best way to use the paper flashcards.
If you have lost any of your cards or you want the A4 bigger version then print these double sided.
Topics can be selected using the personalised target sheet in pupil books.
*thanks to Amy Hobday
An electronic copy of the numeracy answers.
*thanks to Amy Hobday
A document discussing the best way to work on mathswatch.
Topic Exam Q's
Exam Style questions you can print for key topics (including worked answers) and links to revision videos and quizzes for each topic.
*thanks to @mathedup, and @mrbartonmaths
A link to the website. Make sure you pause the videos, try the questions and attempt and mark the worksheet if necessary.
MW Notes Template
A template for taking effective notes on mathswatch.
A document discussing the best way to work on the R.U.L.E.R Booklet.
You can print an A4 copy of the questions from the booklet here. Make sure to use your R.U.L.E.R!
Answers to the booklet as a traditional mark scheme. These can be quite hard to follow but should give you an idea.
A02/3 practice questions including model answers. this is essentially a previous version of the RULER booklet with different questions.
Past Paper Advice
A document discussing the best way to work on past papers.
Past Papers to practice. Make sure you try ALL questions, preferably under timed conditions.
Past Paper Videos
Videos to explain each question from the past papers.
*Thanks to bradfordmaths and keshmaths and @themathsmanca and Mr Calvert Maths
Written Solutions to the past papers.
*thanks to Thornleigh and Matthew Thompson
Video Topic Exam Q's
Past Paper questions, with video answers, organised by topic. i.e. exam questions on sequences
*thanks to @hegartymaths
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