A site I use frequently is **math**centre which was developed by a group from the Universities of Loughborough, Leeds and Coventry, the Maths Stats and OR Network and the Educational Broadcasting Services Trust. **See this link for a list of topics**. Reading about the **news from mathcentre** I see there are leaflets available **math**centre and **stat**stutor showing the range of resources available.

Looking at the second page of the **mathcentre leaflet, **I noticed **mathtutor **which provides mathcentre resources conveniently structured as a course. I shall refer my students to that this week, I want them to look at the **quotient rule** in my absence (I’m very much looking forward to the **annual TSM residential workshop** at Keele University) and plan to point them in the direction of resources they can use – a flipped approach! (See ‘**Prepare ahead**‘ **here**). I’ll see what they have learned on my return.

The **mathcentre** site includes extensive resources. Many of my students like the **quick reference leaflets** which are available on numerous topics. There are also teach yourself booklets, revision booklets, videos and diagnostic tests. Resources are available for staff and students. This is a site well worth exploring and recommending to your students.