This blog offers plenty of valuable information such as:
A complete and up-to-date guide about the Maths GCSE exams that students can use to inform themselves and get ahead in preparing for the said exam.
This online percentage calculator shows how a percentage is represented as a fraction of a number. To find a percentage of a number out of a total, simply enter the values in left side of the calculator with the partial number as the numerator (the value on the top) and the total as the value on the bottom (the denominator). The calculator will calculate percentage value numerically, and show you the same value as represented visually.
Skillsheets have some rather nice, completely free, Functional Maths PPTs/PDFs based on driving. (Select 'Functional Skills' and then 'Samples'.)
One is based on data handling and looks to be aimed at L1-2. The other focuses on units and is aimed at E3-L2.
This is a friendly and interactive website designed to help participants confidentially assess and improve their confidence with everyday maths in bite-sized steps – building confidence along the way. It is the central part of the National Numeracy Challenge- a UK-wide drive to tackle the major issue of low adult numeracy in the UK.
The National Numeracy Challenge is the main initiative of National Numeracy- an independent charity that focuses on helping adults and children with low levels of numeracy.
Four ratio questions presented visually. Covers dividing in a ratio, finding one share if you know the other, a question about adding more people to balance a ratio, and a question about simplifying a ratio in the context of a pictogram.
New site from a UK maths teacher who wants to share the many resources he has created to aid conceptual teaching. Files are for interactive whiteboards (Smart Notebook and ActivInspire Flipchart format) and the majority come with a Word document lesson plan (these are great!), a PPT, and a worksheet.
There is also a section on proof and some Tarsia PDF resources.