On Doctor Oliver Mathematics you will find an extensive library of worked examples, access these via examination papers or choose questions by topic. It is so useful that the question and solution are presented together. At A level you will find both Mathematics and Further Mathematics.

Note also the sections on Proof for A Level Maths and also Further Maths, and the definitions for Year 12.

I have added this brilliant site to the following collections:

One of the Lesson Planning series of pages is on Misconceptions, this has been updated recently to include examples of helpful material from the examination boards which address common misconceptions, such resources can promote very useful class discussion as can examiners’ reports.

Edexcel’s A Level scheme of work which is freely available on their website includes for each section, Common misconceptions/examiner report quotes. The point made in the notes which follow is such an important comment, I have seen many errors that would have been avoided if only students had looked at a picture of their work.

From Tim Brzezinski, here’s a lovely collection of Open Middle themed problems where students build special quadrilaterals in the coordinate plane so vertices have no repeated coordinates.

On the subject of quadrilaterals, have a look at this new resource, a Measuring Shapes workbook from Curriculum for Wales.

World Book Day, the World Book Day page includes ideas for Maths activities, also many recommended books.

Wednesday. 8th March – World Maths Day

Free for all students to take part, registration opens on 22nd February, but you can pre-register to stay up to date with the latest updates and important announcements about the event; if you pre-register you will be sent a Teacher Handbook. See Frequently Asked Questions for further information. World Maths Day is designed to start simultaneously across all regions so students can compete against students from across the globe – not just in their time zone. This also means that some students will have access on the 7th of March.

All teachers should link curriculum learning with careers. For example, STEM subject teachers should highlight the relevance of STEM subjects for a wide range of future career paths.

The A Level (16+) resources collection includes a page on large data sets. This has been completely updated to provide further resources. Whilst UK exam board-specific resources are covered there are additional resources here that could be used for any exam board and for teaching statistics generally.