Series Name

KS3 Maths Progress (2014)

Explore the brand-new edition of Maths Progress for 2019

Building confidence in maths

The KS3 Maths Progress course has been developed by the same series editors as our Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics series, to provide you with a consistent teaching and learning experience from 11 to 16.


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    Our KS3 Maths Progress course:
  • has the same unique mastery approach and unit structure with in-built differentiation as our Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics course
    • is developed to help build confidence in mathematics and prepare your students for GCSE
  • caters for all attainment levels with differentiated Student Books
  • focuses on problem-solving and mathematical reasoning skills while providing plenty of extra practice on every topic
  • supports your planning, teaching, and assessing of students' progress.

Download our course guide  (PDF 5.49 MB) to learn more about the series.  

                            

 The pedagogy underpinning KS3 Maths Progress

Download KS3 Maths Progress pedagogy guideKS3 Maths Progress is built on a pedagogy based on leading mathematics education research - read our list of references.

Each unit follows an innovative structure of Master - Check - Strengthen/Extend - Test, and is supported by a range of learning materials that help promote confidence by encouraging students to master key concepts, discuss their own understanding and reflect on their learning. 

 

 

Download our Pedagogy Guide (PDF 2.08 MB) to see why nurturing confidence is at the heart of our Key Stage 3 Mathematics course.
 

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Series includes

Student Books

ActiveLearn (includes teacher planning materials; front-of-class teaching resources; online homework, practice and support; and progression and assessment materials)

Progression Workbooks

Answer Set

REVISE Study Guides

REVISE Study Workbooks

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