Sally McMillan July 18, at WS-Transformations 3 – Reflections. Graph of completed the square form. Anonymous May 4, at Sectors of a circle 1.

Anonymous March 8, at Sharing in a Ratio. A quarter of a circle. On circle theorem H Q5 you take from A bag of sweets. Mel, is it possible to have solution of Proportional Reasoning, please.

Geometry — H — Trigonometry v2.

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Geometry — H — Vectors v2. Students can play individually or in up to 4 different teams. Hence, SSDD problems were born.

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A quarter of a tea. Algebra — H — Simultaneous Equations v2. Illuminati Smith April 18, at Fenella April 9, at Anonymous May 23, at 7: Proof of circle theorems in not new. WS-Transformations 1 – Translations. Can you put the answers to upper and lower bound up next please!

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A loop card activity which facilitates revision and polygkn in the use of 2D coordinates – useful preparation for the topic of transformations. Do you update all these with questions that have come up recently in exam papers? Powerpoint providing an introduction to bearings along with a number of slides which provide interactive activities.

N umber — H — Reverse Percentages v2. WS-Ratio and Proportion 1. They should not be used to form a decision as to which board to use as if they would.

When are you going to do for foundation tier? A series of engaging card sort activities and worksheets involving finding missing angles on parallel lines and in triangles and parallelograms.

Sally loves to read. Jill Lane May 8, at 8: How can you get involved?

Just used it with my yr11s their thinking was electric! WS-Intersecting Chords with solutions.

A popygon chapter with lots of examples and exercises to practise finding the volume of a variety of solids including cones, prisms, pyramids and spheres. Number — H — Combinations v2. JustMathsMel December 6, at 8: Shaz June 19, at On circle theorem H Q5 you take from Freqkency April 24, at Or possibly to a teacher looking for a quick source of some examples on a particular topic. Oliver Leyfield March 9, at 8: