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CRB Check and Qualifications

Copies of my CRB check and my professional qualifications are available on request. Please contact me via the contact page.

 

Examination Boards

*AQA. www.aqa.org.uk
*OCR. www.ocr.org.uk
*Edexcel. www.edexcel.com

 

The three sites above are useful for providing information about examination subjects and as a source of specifications, past papers and mark schemes. AQA seems to offer the most past papers for free download.

 

Graph Paper

If you need some graph paper you can print it off from:


* www.gcse.com/downloads.htm OR,

* www.mathsphere.co.uk/resources/

 

For plotting graphs I find the 2mm graph paper easiest to use. From this latter site, there are many types of graph paper to download; including the ’dotty’ isometric paper that is used sometimes in maths when drawing ’3D’ objects.

 

Times Tables


www.teachingtables.co.uk

various games involving times tables. Some games involve two players competing.


www.mathsisfun.com

In this site you can test your tables and do many other activities associated with maths.

 

www.mathschase.com

Maths Chase provides free maths games to help students learn. Test your times tables, addition and other maths skills in a fun and engaging way.

 

 

Useful Websites

From the vast majority of these websites downloads are free or there are some free downloads and you have to subscribe to get access to all the downloads. Usually you have pay to subscribe, but sometimes you can register/subscribe for nothing.

Obviously I have not had time to explore all these sites, but I have looked at them all and thought that they had some merit. The sites that I have used myself and found useful are marked with a *.

Some websites appear more than once in the list. That is because they contain material suitable for more than one Key stage.

 

Key Stages 1-2 (Pre-Secondary School)

Key Stage 3 (Years 7-9)

Key Stage 4 (Years 10-11, GCSE)

Key Stage 5 (Years 12-13, AS, A2 Level)

 

 

Websites
Suitable for Key Stage

* www.parentsintouch.co.uk

A subscription site, but good value, (about £15.00 for three years). Contains a wealth of worksheets and test material across a range of subjects from primary to GCSE. Some free sample downloads.

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* www.mathsmadeeasy.co.uk

This site is trying to sell you material, but there are free papers to download for maths and science.

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http://education.jlab.org

On different parts of this site you will find information, games and puzzles to help you understand about atoms, elements and the periodic table.

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*http://education.jlab.org/solquiz/index.htm

A different part of the education.jlab site. This lets you take, online, practice tests in science, maths and technology. You can specify the length of the test.

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www.kutasoftware.com

This company is American, and, trying to sell you something. However, if you click on “Free Worksheets” there are plenty to download. This site is mainly useful for GCSE and A Level maths.

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www.gcse.com/downloads.htm

Helps revision in Physics and maths plus a few other subjects . You can print off graph paper from this site.

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www.docbrown.info

A useful resource for chemistry revision, particularly for KS3, GCSE/IGCSE and A Level.

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http://vipclean.co.uk/product-chemical-hazard-labels-explained/

A useful resource for chemistry revision, particularly for GCSE.

 

https://www.mytutor.co.uk/blog/maths-gcse-101-exam-boards-mark-schemes-key-dates-and-everything-else-you-need-to-know/

 

 

 


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