Numeracy

"5 a day"

 

 



"5 a day" is a Numeracy focus to practice the basic skills on a daily basis.  (Worksheets can be found in the Maths Corridor.)

Year 10/11:  To use Foundation/Higher "5 a day" click here.

Year 8/9 will be  working on Numeracy Worksheets.

Year 7:  Fortnightly Programme in Tutor time is now focusing on times tables.  

Further numeracy practice can be found via http://corbettmaths.com/5-a-day

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Puzzle Corner

 



Puzzle Corner is a weekly number puzzle to try with a prize for the first correct answer picked.
(Paper copies can be found in the Maths Corridor.)

> Puzzle for the week ending 09.06.17

Mensa
Try this website to test your IQ!  There is a monthly prize competition to try amongst other challenges and articles of interest.

http://www.mensa.org.uk/

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View Puzzles from September 2014

To view the puzzles from September 2014 please click on the links below.

Puzzle 50 for the week beginning 13th July 2015.
Puzzle 49 for the week beginning 6th July.
Puzzle 48 for the week beginning 29th June
Puzzle 47 for the week ending 26th June.
Puzzle 46 for the week ending 19th June.
Puzzle 45 for the week ending 12th June.
Puzzle 44 for week ending 5th June 2015.
Puzzle 43 for the week ending 22nd May.
Puzzle 42 for the week ending 15th May.
Puzzle 41 for the week ending 8th May.
Puzzle 40 for the week ending 1st May.
Puzzle 39 for the week ending 24th April.
Puzzle 38 for the week ending 20th March.
Puzzle 37 for the week ending 13th March.
Puzzle 36 for the week ending 6th March.

Puzzle 35 for the week ending 27th February.
Puzzle 34 for the week ending 12th February.
Puzzle 33 for the week ending 6th February.
Puzzle 32 for the week ending 30th January.
Puzzle 31 for the week ending 23rd January.
Puzzle 30 for the week ending 16th January.
Puzzle 29 for the week ending 9th January.

Puzzle 28 for the week ending 19th December 2014.
Puzzle 27 for the week ending 12th December.
Puzzle 26 for the week ending 5th December.
Puzzle 25 for the week ending 28th November.
Puzzle 24 for the week ending 21st November.
Puzzle 23 for the week ending 14th November.
Puzzle 22 for the week ending 7th November.
Puzzle 21 for the week ending 24th October.
Puzzle 20 for the week ending 17th October.
Puzzle 19 for the week ending 10th October.
Puzzle 18 for the week ending 3rd October.
Puzzle 17 for the week ending 26th September.
Puzzle 17 for the week ending 19th September.
Puzzle 16 for the week ending 12th September.

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Maths Website Links

 

 

 

Maths websites to support your learning, recommended by your Maths teachers.

https://www.mathswatchvle.com/
Centre ID:  warblington    Username:  firstname.surname      Password:   password
This site provides podcasts for most topics at GCSE level, which can be accessed via topic name, grade or clip number.  Worksheets to support each skill are also available via this site.

https://www.mangahigh.com
School Code: 3720.  See your maths teacher for individual log-in details.

http://ttrockstars.com/
See your maths teacher for individual log-in details.

http://www.hegartymaths.com/
GCSE resources.

http://www.sumdog.com/
Maths games.

http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/

http://corbettmaths.com/5-a-day
A great website for trying a daily input of Numeracy.  We recommend "Numeracy" for KS3.

http://www.nationalnumeracy.org.uk/home/index.html
Take the Numeracy Challenge to check your understanding and develop areas of weakness.

http://www.mensa.org.uk/
Mensa
Try this website to test your IQ!  There is a monthly prize competition to try amongst other challenges and articles of interest.

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Additional Maths Revision Support

 

 

 

Use the "Top Topics" checklist to identify your strengths and weaknesses in Mathematics.  Focus your revision time on Red or Amber topics that you have covered in class.  The clip numbers refer to the Mathswatch VLE - login details can be found in the Maths websites folder.

Use the "URA*" checklist if you are aiming for grades 8/9.

>  Top Topics

>  20 URA* Topics

Use the Foundation questions below for grades up to 6 and the Higher questions below up to 9.

>  7 Days to Go:  Edexcel Foundation

>  7 Days to Go:  Edexcel Higher

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Maths for the More Able

 

 

 

UKMT Maths Challenge Practice

This site gives all the previous Maths Challenges set with answers under each question to check your attempts.  Good practice before the real thing!  Just make sure you choose the right level:

Junior:  Year 7 and 8
Year 8 and 9 Team Challenge.
Intermediate:  Year 9, 10 and 11.

http://www.ukmt-resources.org.uk/index-tr.html

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