The Further Mathematics Teaching Resources page is one of a series of Further Maths pages and is updated with any new resources. Additionally any posts which include Further Mathematics resources are now categorised as Further Mathematics A Level.
To highlight some recent changes:
Jack Brown has created thousands of videos covering the complete A Level specification; the easiest way to navigate the videos is through his website, TLMaths.com.
Jack also has Further Maths teaching videos and exam paper walkthroughs. I see many useful videos on Proof, including the use of Induction for proofs of divisibility. This collection is growing and currently there are also videos available on many Complex Numbers and Matrices topics.
From amsp this brilliant collection of short videos produced by the legacy Further Mathematics Support Program supports the Further Maths Specification. I have used many of these successfully in class and recommended them to students to support their studies. Look at any of the examination boards to see the coverage for the course.
Owen (Owen134866 on TES) has a library of Further Mathematics teaching resources, these are really clearly structured with step by step examples.
Further Pure 1 Lesson PowerPoints
Further Pure 2 Lesson PowerPoints
Further Mechanics 1
Joe Berwick has written a complete set of notes for Further Statistics 1, these are for the Edexcel and AQA specifications and include many very clear worked examples.
Sebastian Bicen (@BicenMaths) has created this really useful hyperlinked PowerPoint and pdf which provides Further Mathematics exam questions by topic. The exam papers included are as follows:
AS and A2 SAMs
AS and A2 Specimen
A2 Mock Paper
Jonny Griffiths investigative activities for the pure A Level Mathematics classroom are well known (details are included in the A Level resources pages, see RISPS. He has now published Further Risps, forty rich tasks for the pure Further Mathematics classroom.
The pdf not only provides the forty problems but also full teachers notes for each. The notes for each task begin with the topic or topics covered, identify the type of task, for example, introductory and state any preliminary knowledge required. This is a valuable resource for teaching Further Mathematics.
Investigating the first Risp on Matrices at the session this certainly would help students with fluency in finding the determinant of a matrix. Rich tasks like this can provide students with a greater understanding than just a traditional exercise and will hopefully stick for longer!