or the Revision series
A site where you will find very high-quality resources for Primary through to A Level comes from Dr Jamie Frost on Dr Frost Maths.
You can access all Dr Frost’s courses from this page.
On DrFrostMaths try the Question Explorer. A brilliant feature (well one of the many brilliant features) of Dr Frost Maths is the extensive collection of key skills for UK KS2 to KS5 (ages 8-18), practice as many examples as you want, and perhaps watch a video on this key skill. Select Example and/or video for your chosen topic.
Dr Frost has also written wonderfully clear instructions on the use of the Casio FX991EX calculator which you will find on his site, I have also included a link to this on the Use of Technology page.
To really challenge your students Dr Frost has created such a useful resource with his STEP, MAT and AEA questions all aligned to new A Level chapters. This document is 156 pages of categorised questions (brief answers are given). Also available is a pdf file of just the STEP questions.
For mark schemes see:
- MAT (Maths Admissions Test), see right hand menu, question papers, followed by solutions as separate documents. For superb resources for these questions see these Underground Mathematics Review Questions where you will find not only the questions but suggestions and complete solutions.
- AEA Legacy Papers and Mark Schemes (2002-2017)
AEA Extended Solutions 2002-2013 from The University of Warwick
AEA questions and mark schemes – current specification.
- STEP mark schemes (under STEP past papers). See also this post which includes details of a superb site for STEP questions; this site has free access to fully worked solutions for STEP papers.
Maths Challenge questions are an excellent resource at any time – not just for preparation for the competitions, particularly with the increased requirement for problem-solving skills at all levels. It is possible to access Maths Challenge questions for Junior, Intermediate and Senior from the Past Papers section.
Under Enrichment, you will find the Year 12 Zeta Club.