Series Name

Target Grade 7 Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics Number and Statistics Workbook

Part of the Target series

Publication Date
February 2017

Get back on track!

Help your students catch up, keep up and make expected progress in GCSE (9-1) Maths with this new series of intervention workbooks.

Target workbooks are available with a 50% schools' discount when you quote 568OTHR at checkout.

This workbook:

  • targets key misconceptions and barriers to help your students get back on track
  • addresses areas of underperformance in a systematic way, with a unique approach that builds, develops and extends students’ skills
  • gets students ready for the new GCSE (9-1) assessments with problem-solving exercises and lots of exam-style questions
  • provides ready-to-use examples and practice questions mapped to the Pearson Progression Map and Scale, freeing up your time to focus on working directly with students
  • fits around your needs, being flexible as part of an intervention strategy or for independent student work
  • addresses an area of difficulty in each unit with a unique approach, to develop and extend students' skills.


Customer Reviews

John T, Science Teacher
25 May 2017

This book is excellent. It provides the correct amount of guidance at the start of each topic then gives sufficiently diverse questions for students to gain confidence but also proficiency in each topic. Particularly good are the exam style questions, 'Practise the Method' and the 'Problem Solve' sections at the end of each Unit. Wholeheartedly endorsed by full-time teacher and tutor.

Delivery and returns

Delivery costs for physical products are £4.50 for UK customers, and is dependent on weight for international customers. Please note there is no delivery charge for digital products.

Inspection/approval items and evaluation packs for UK establishment account customers are delivered free of charge with free returns.

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