In 2016, YouTube users will upload 500 hours of video every hour. By 2019, it’s estimated that 80% of all

Source: 6 Amazing Video Infographics

In 2016, YouTube users will upload 500 hours of video every hour. By 2019, it’s estimated that 80% of all

Source: 6 Amazing Video Infographics

Too many people too often have great ideas which remain just ideas because their creators were terrified to try. What if I fail? What if everyone thinks I’m a fool? What if I invest money and time in my idea and end up with nothing but frustration? And loads of other What if’s that will …

Source: 9 Famous Success through Failure Stories [Infographic] – Self Development Journey

**Justmaths **– http://justmaths.co.uk/2016/05/27/june-2016-best-guess-paper-2/

**MathsGenie** – http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/resources.html

**Miss B’s Resources** – https://www.missbsresources.com/maths-resources/gcse-papers

**OnMaths** – http://onmaths.com/mock_exams/edexcel-2016-paper-2-prediction-a/ and Video walkthrough https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiKXWOS68Qw&feature=youtu.be

**PIXL – **http://epschool.org/maths-predicted-paper-2-personalised-half-term-revision-maths-success/

**Corbett Maths Paper and Topic List – **https://corbettmaths.com/2016/05/27/paper-2-predicted-papers/

**AETMaths** – https://t.co/6wOGKhppRw

A very helpful list of topics to revise for paper 2.

Thoughts and ideas from a maths teacher

Right, so after a pretty good set of papers for today (we use 1MAO H and F as well as KMAO foundation) my immediate thoughts have turned to what they need to revise next week.

My gut feel – virtually no handling data so am expecting a fair amount on paper 2. Good amount of solving equations but no quadratics. No straight line graphs, although was embedded in a quadratic graph question which was tricky. No best buys or bills calculations, so all of these are on the list. I’ve tried to add more detail than just a topic to give you a really good idea about what you might need to do.

Thank you to all those on twitter that I follow who are doing the same as I have referred to some of your lists when doing my own (@justmaths in particular).

Higher:

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Source: Visual Patterns – 1-20

The Rules of Circle Theorems | Free Posters featuring ALL 8 Theorems from LittleStreams on TeachersNotebook.com (6 pages)

Source: The Rules of Circle Theorems | Free Posters featuring ALL 8 Theorems

I will be adding links and updating this list regularly over the next few months, so please visit again. Feel free to let me know if you have any useful resources that you would like added to the list.

Essential Skills – Higher (mainly B and A grade)

http://www.gcse-maths-revision.co.uk/papers/

https://colleenyoung.wordpress.com/revision-activities/

http://www.mathsmadeeasy.co.uk/gcsemathspastpapers.htm

See http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/resources.html

https://glynmathsgcse.wikispaces.com/Unit+3+MOCK+Higher+%26+Foundation

http://www.thelifecloud.net/schools/CongletonHighSchool/spaces/Maths/resources/Pages/GCSEExamPapers.pagehttp://www.thelifecloud.net/schools/CongletonHighSchool/spaces/Maths/resources/Pages/GCSEExamPapers.page

- https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/your-passport-to-6294273
- http://mrcollinsmaths.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/gcse-revision-sessions-passport-to.html
- https://www.missbsresources.com/teaching-and-learning/passports

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/targeted-revision-for-yr-11-11049989

Source: Planning a School Trip : nrich.maths.org

Here’s another good one from ATM involving a car race http://www.skillsdevelopment.org/pdf/6.%20Numeracy%20Activities.pdf

Source: Free Resources

Calculating the mean or sum of a set of data, or even counting the set of data for use in other formula is easy with Stat mode, available on both types of calculator.

Source: Mean, Sum and Count – fx-82ES – Casio Calculator Tutorials

A helpful blog post where you can find about some very interesting calculator tips. You may know about one or two of them, but have a look anyway.

Source: Calculator hacks – MathedUp!

A variety of links to mathematical thinking skills activities which underpin using and applying mathematics and the broad elements of problem solving, communication and reasoning.

Source: Thinking Skills

Source: Resources – Spire Maths

Inquiry maths is a model of teaching that encourages students to regulate their own activity while exploring a mathematical statement (called a prompt). The website has resources for secondary and primary school teachers.

Source: Algebra prompts – Inquiry maths

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