Thinking about **November exams** – in the Summer, **1st Class Maths** created excellent resources based on the Advance information, watch for foundation papers for Edexcel/AQA.

Whether or not students are taking November examinations, Short questions can make ideal starters – see this **Revision post** for many suggestions including collections of 1 mark questions, recently updated with Wayne Chadburn’s great monthly calendars which provide regular, varied practice – a little bit of maths each day. Calendars for the 2022-23 academic year (so far up to December) are available **here**. Note the three versions including crossover questions (these appear on both Foundation and Higher papers so great practice for the more challenging Foundation questions), Foundation, Foundation plus and Higher; answers are provided.

**Show that….**

A reminder of this post with resources to encourage students to show their working.

My post on **Transition** includes the excellent free Transition resources from Sparx Maths, also available free from Sparx Maths is a free formative baseline assessment for Year 7 with a supporting Question level analysis resource (QLA) providing student, class and year group performance on individual questions. The QLA also provides a topic-level analysis of students’ performance in the topics they will need to be fluent in to access the Key Stage 3 curriculum.

Not only have Sparx Maths provided the test and accompanying documents but fluency quizzes with answers provided.

From **Ben Sparks on GeoGebra** – interactives for all 8 circle theorems discussed at GCSE maths.

On the subject of Circle Theorems, see also Tim Devereux’s **GeoGebra applets. **You can access each theorem from the menu on the left which includes a useful **summary of all the theorems**. From the menu, we can see that proofs are also available.

To finish with a puzzle, try **Transum’s Yohaku Puzzles**. For numerous Puzzles and Games – see **this collection**.