… can be so very useful!
For example, try this list of just the UK Examination Boards Maths teams; you don’t even need to sign up to Twitter, just follow the list for updates and resources from the exam boards.
For some samples from these tweets:
- From MEI, their Interactive Scheme of work
- MEI noted resources from the Core Maths Support Programme
- Note that Edexcel also have an Interactive Scheme of work, I have linked to this here, along with some other Edexcel A Level information and resources. (See also the series of pages on GCSE and A Level Examination reform.
- OCR on 4 big changes to A Level (Will Hornby)
- OCR’s Exam Builder is the new question builder platform from OCR for GCSE and A Level sciences, computer science and maths qualifications. Exam Builder, is now available. It is free for all and gives you unlimited users per centre.
- Maths Puzzles from OCR
- AQA on GCSE Exam preparation, Making Assessment Count
- AQA noted @Ofqual on GCSE 9-1 grades, useful for sharing with parents.
For a more general examinations list which includes more organisations associated with assessment, see this list which includes all the examination boards including WJEC, who I see also have a Question Bank tool which allows teachers of Maths, Computing, Science, Electronics, Business Studies, Food & Nutrition and Physical Education to create a paper at either Entry Level, GCE or GCSE. I can confirm the Question Bank tool is very easy to use and works brilliantly; I searched for GCSE Maths filtered by Algebra and Problem and created a paper with mark schemes and examiners’ comments in minutes.
The list also includes Ofqual, the Department for Education and the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors.