From the brilliant 1st Class Maths, 114 Edexcel Foundation Exam Questions covering the full specification with video solutions to all questions.
Christine Norledge has created a searchable database of all Edexcel GCSE maths past paper questions from June 2017. Christine intends to gradually add shadow questions for each paper and topic and will update the database with these links once the resources are available.
Remember that you can search for questions on Mr Neill’s brilliant resource for Edexcel, AQA and OCR, or use ExamQ from Mr Watts:
From Mr Neill, a brilliant resource, all Edexcel, AQA and OCR GCSE maths questions categorised by topic with answers from June 2017 to Nov 2021 (9-1), available all on pdf, PowerPoint or Promethean. And to add Mr Neill’s latest update: “WEBSITE UPDATE – JUNE 2022 ADDED. Thanks for all the support, over 70,000 visits. Added a few extra surprises under miscellaneous. Take a look at the QR coded past papers. A real favourite with my students.”
On ExamQ from Mr Watts you can quickly search for Edexcel Maths GCSE and A-Level exam questions. You can choose from GCSE Foundation or Higher, AS or A level, you can also select by exam series, paper, area and topic.
The interface is very clear indeed, easily display the questions or mark schemes.
A September update from the legend that is John Corbett.
1015 new practice questions created
50+ hours of video solutions
27 new practice question booklets
84 practice question booklets updated
The quick video goes through some of the work that John has been working on recently and his aim to finish updating the Practice Questions and the video solutions this academic year.
I was delighted to see in the comments that one of John Corbett’s next projects is A Level.
King’s Maths School publish a weekly maths challenge designed to intrigue students aged 13-16 who are interested in mathematics.
From Emily Rae, a lovely resource – Video of the week for A Level students, available on Emily’s padlet – KS5 Maths – Enrichment and Extras; two Word documents are available, one with two years’ worth of video links each with a short description to introduce each clip and a second document with the links only.
Each of these pages includes a description of the GCSE content and links to resources, there is a link at the top of each page for sites easily searchable by topic; the old but still useful National Strategies Exemplication Examples are also included.
Information and resources for IGCSE Mathematics is available from the top menu tab,GCSE/IGCSE/L2 Further Maths (14-16)
Many excellent resources for A Level teaching can be found on this page, A Level (16+) Resources. I have included the A Level baseline test and resources from Pixi Maths. This very useful set of resources includes solutions as well as the baseline test, a question-level analysis and also an intervention booklet and solutions.
My post on Knowledge Organisers begins with some comments on an organiser from William Emeny, realising the original link to that organiser is broken as sadly, Great Maths Teaching ideas is no longer available, I have uploaded the file I discussed to the post.
Looking ahead to return to school for UK schools, from Pixi Maths see the A Level baseline assessment. This very useful set of resources includes solutions as well as the baseline test, a question-level analysis and also an intervention booklet and solutions.
Staying with the Transition from GCSE to A Level, this post, GCSE to A Level Transition includes a resource collection for students starting A Level Maths, and supporting their Year 12 work.