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Our full range of resources work seamlessly throughout 11-16 to prepare students for Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics.
The new edition of Maths Progress builds on our well-loved series and has a well-paced, differentiated curriculum to boost students' confidence even more at Key Stage 3 and give them the best preparation for progressing to GCSE study.
Written to specifically tackle the demands of the Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9–1) Mathematics specification, our resources take an innovative mastery approach and focus on nurturing confidence, building fluency and embedding problem-solving and reasoning.
Target intervention workbooks focus on the most common misconceptions and barriers students face with mathematics to help them catch up, keep up and make expected progress. Buy or download sample pages here.
Our unique Master maths with confidence approach is embedded in our KS3 and GCSE (9-1) resources providing a seamless 5-year curriculum that prepares students for Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics from the start of KS3.
NEW – for first teaching from September 2017Developed in line with the key principles of the new specification, our new Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Statistics Student Book will help teachers and students to feel confident with the new breadth of content and skills required.
Help students achieve their full potential
What does it do? This Student Book plus Activities and Assessment Pack provides awards at levels 1, 2 and 3 of the National Curriculum. It prepares students for entry to GCSE plus GNVQ/VGCE and NVQ courses.
For the latest Edexcel International GCSE (9–1) specification (from 2016)
Workbooks to support the new Awards in Mathematics from Edexcel in Number & Measure, Algebra and Statistical Methods.
Our resources are tailored to the new Edexcel Functional Skills Mathematics specification so you know you are covering everything you need to.
BBC Bitesize revision resources helps students break their revision up into manageable "bite-sized" chunks, aiding planning and time management. They also act as a structured pathway to the BBC Bitesize website, with links on the pages to videos, learner guides, worked examples and quizzes, BBC Bitesize gives a richer, fuller, more varied and effective revision experience.
A complete one-stop solution to teaching a Functional Mathematics course
Our innovative Key Stage 3 Maths course embeds evidence-based approaches to build confidence and develop numerate students to progress to GCSE study and beyond.
Our course for the GCSE 2010 Mathematics specification A (linear) helps you target the new objectives effectively, with a clear emphasis on Assessment, Functional Skills and differentiation to ensure all your students succeed.
An inspirational course for today’s 11-14 classroom!
Level Up Maths is packed with an array of engaging activities and comprehensive lesson plans to support you in your teaching, this fantastic Key Stage 3 maths series makes learning maths fun and progression easy.
Ensure two levels of progress with Anita Straker and her team!
Exploring maths provides comprehensive resources and opportunities for self-assessment that ensure all pupils make two levels of progress whatever their ability.
Whether you’re looking for comprehensive and differentiated materials or brand-new Student Books that are fully in line with the ethos of Curriculum for Excellence, Scottish Secondary Mathematics provides you with an array of resources to support all your teaching from S1-S4.
Developed alongside our student books to give one coherent approach, our ActiveLearn for 11-16 mathematics includes front-of-class resources, teacher planning and assessment materials, as well as online homework, practice and support.
Progression matters to us. We’ve used our considerable experience creating qualifications and resources to create reliable maths assessments with consistent tracking and reporting.
We are now offering our past exam papers in pre-printed packs of 10, saving you valuable time and money.
Revision Guides and Workbooks suitable for the GCSE Maths (9-1) 2015 specifications, for first teaching from September 2015, with first examinations in Summer 2017.