Years 9, 10 & 11 - School Closure

Your teacher will set you specific tasks on Microsoft Teams. 

If you can't access Teams, or want some extra work, then see below for suggestions. 

Year 9 
The scheme of work can be used to see which topics are coming up. 

During absence from school you should follow this schedule.
Each session should last approximately one hour.
Check Teams for further instructions from your teacher. 

Session 1 – MathsGenie & CorbettMaths

  • Work through an Exam Questions Booklet from mathsgenie.co.uk or corbettmaths.com

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular topic, otherwise choose a suitable one that needs practice.

  • Use the worked solutions to check your answers and correct your mistakes. 

 

Session 2 – MathsWatch

  • Work through a MathsWatch task. Login details here

  • Contact your teacher if you need your password re-setting.

  • Your teacher may set you a particular assignment, otherwise pick your own weak area, watch the video and answer the online questions. 

 

Session 3 – Key Skills

  • Complete some corbettmaths.com/5-a-day  questions.

  • There are answers on that page if you look carefully.

  • Your teacher may direct you towards an appropriate level of difficulty (e.g. Foundation Plus), otherwise choose your own.

 

Session 4 – Essential Questions

  • Go to the Essentials Questions document on this page: mathsprism.com/mixed-questions

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular section to complete, otherwise choose your own. 

  • Use the answers to check your work and correct any errors.

 

Session 5  - Maths4Everyone or PixiMaths

  • Complete a Worksheet or Review Sheet from maths4everyone.com or try a PixiMaths revision booklet from: mathsprism.com/mixed-questions 

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular one, otherwise choose your own. 

  • Use the worked solutions to correct your errors.

 

Session 6 -  SumBooks or White Rose Worksheets

  • Complete a SumBook exercise from this page: mathsprism.com/mixed-questions

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular one, otherwise choose your own. 

  • Alternatively, your teacher may set you a White Rose worksheet. 

  • Pick an appropriate level, from Numeracy, Foundation, Foundation Plus or Higher.

 

Session 7 – Retrieval Practice

  • Go to mathsbot.com/gcseRevisionGrid to generate a random mixture of questions.

  • Use the drop down menus to select the topics and level of difficulty.

  • Click "Create Grid" to get new questions.

  • Answers are provided.

Bonus Session – Something different?

 
 

Year 10
The scheme of work can be used to see which topics are coming up.
Click on each topic to see more detail. 

During absence from school you should follow this schedule.
Each session should last approximately one hour.
Check Teams for further instructions from your teacher. 

 

Session 1 – MathsGenie & CorbettMaths

  • Work through an Exam Questions Booklet from mathsgenie.co.uk or corbettmaths.com

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular topic, otherwise choose a suitable one that needs practice.

  • Use the worked solutions to check your answers and correct your mistakes. 

 

Session 2 – Past Paper

  • Complete a past paper from here.

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular one, otherwise choose your own.

  • Model solutions can be found on mathsmadeeasy.co.uk. Use these to correct your errors.

  • Higher Tier students should consider doing the Foundation papers, because you have not yet covered all the Higher Tier content.    

  • Make sure you do a variety of AQA, Edexcel and OCR papers.

 

Session 3 – MathsWatch

  • Work through a MathsWatch task. Login details here

  • Contact your teacher if you need your password re-setting.

  • Your teacher may set you a particular assignment, otherwise pick your own weak area, watch the video and answer the online questions. 

 

Session 4 – OnMaths

  • Try an online exam at onmaths.com

  • Your teacher may direct you towards a particular task, otherwise choose your own.

  • You can do a Topic-Buster, Mini-Mock, Predicted Paper or Demon questions.

  • It will automatically mark your work.

 

Session 5 – Key Skills

  • Work through the corbettmaths.com/5-a-day questions.

  • There are answers on that page if you look carefully.

  • Your teacher may direct you towards an appropriate level of difficulty (e.g. Foundation Plus), otherwise choose your own.

 

Session 6 – Essential Questions

  • Go to the Essentials Questions document on this page: mathsprism.com/mixed-questions

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular section to complete, otherwise choose your own. 

  • Use the answers to check your work and correct any errors.

 

Session 7  - Maths4Everyone or PixiMaths

  • Complete a Worksheet or Review Sheet from maths4everyone.com or try a PixiMaths revision booklet from: mathsprism.com/mixed-questions 

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular one, otherwise choose your own. 

  • Use the worked solutions to correct your errors.

 

Session 8 -  SumBooks Worksheets

  • Complete a SumBook exercise from this page: mathsprism.com/mixed-questions

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular one, otherwise choose your own. 

  • Pick an appropriate level, from Numeracy, Foundation, Foundation Plus or Higher.

 

Session 9 – Retrieval Practice

  • Use mathsbot.com/gcseRevisionGrid to generate a random mixture of questions.

  • Use the drop down menus to select the topics and level of difficulty.

  • Click "Create Grid" to get new questions.Click "Create Grid" to get new questions.

  • Answers are provided.

 

Session 10 – Revision Notes

  • Make notes on all the key facts / formulae you’ll need for your exams. Use the internet or revision guide to help.

  • Your teacher may ask you to do a particular topic, otherwise choose one of your own.

  • Topic lists are here: mathsprism.com/useful-stuff

 

Bonus Session – Something different?

 

Year 11
During absence from school you should follow this schedule.
Each session should last approximately one hour.
Check Teams for further instructions from your teacher. 


You've already completed the scheme of work, but here are lists to remind you of which topics are on the Higher and Foundation courses. 

 


Session 1 – MathsGenie (YouTube lesson) & CorbettMaths

  • Each day at 10.30 am a video will be launched (Foundation/Crossover or Higher) to explain a maths topic and provide practice questions. Videos will premiere on YouTube and will be available on the MathsGenie website immediately after. At the end of each week there will be a recap lesson, and a mini online assessment

  • Or work through an Exam Questions Booklet from mathsgenie.co.uk or corbettmaths.com

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular topic, otherwise choose a suitable one that needs practice.

  • Use the worked solutions to check your answers and correct your mistakes. 

 

Session 2 – Past Paper

  • Complete a past paper from here.

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular one, otherwise choose your own.

  • Model solutions can be found on mathsmadeeasy.co.uk. Use these to correct your errors.  

  • Make sure you do a variety of AQA, Edexcel and OCR papers.

 

Session 3 – MathsWatch

  • Work through a MathsWatch task. Login details here

  • Contact your teacher if you need your password re-setting.

  • Your teacher may set you a particular assignment, otherwise pick your own weak area, watch the video and answer the online questions. 

 

Session 4 – Online Exam

  • Try an online exam onmaths.com or mathsgrader.com

  • Your teacher may direct you towards a particular task, otherwise choose your own.

  • You can do a Topic-Buster, Mini-Mock, Predicted Paper or Demon questions.

  • It will automatically mark your work.

 

Session 5 – Key Skills

  • Work through the Corbett Maths 5-a-day questions: corbettmaths.com/5-a-day

  • There are answers on that page if you look carefully.

  • Your teacher may direct you towards an appropriate level of difficulty (e.g. Foundation Plus), otherwise choose your own.

 

Session 6 – Diagnostic Questions / Eedi Quiz

  • Pick a revision topic from here.

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular one, otherwise choose your own. 

  • Work through the multiple-choice quizzes (watch the videos first for tips). 

  • You might need to sign-up first.

 

Session 7  - Maths4Everyone

  • Complete a Worksheet or Review Sheet from maths4everyone.com

  • Your teacher may assign you a particular one, otherwise choose your own. 

  • Use the worked solutions to correct your errors.

 

Session 8 -  Multiple-Choice Test

 

Session 9 – Retrieval Practice

  • Use mathsbot.com/gcseRevisionGrid to generate a random mixture of questions.

  • Use the drop down menus to select the topics and level of difficulty.

  • Answers are provided.

 

Session 10 – Revision Notes

  • Make notes on all the key facts / formulae you’ll need for your exams. Use the internet or revision guide to help.

  • Your teacher may ask you to do a particular topic, otherwise choose one of your own.

  • Topic lists are here: mathsprism.com/useful-stuff

 

Bonus Session – Something different?