Resources

Here’s a list of resources that we use a lot. Very heavily biased towards Maths and Physics at the moment but we will grow it to cover as many other subjects as we can. If you know of a good site then please tell us and we will include it here and if any of the links are broken please tell us.

Corbett Maths    GCSE & Primary Maths. Videos, worksheets, and so much more.

Save My Exams   Lots of stuff here, some free and more if you subscribe.  GCSE, IGCSE, A Level and Pre-U. Maths, Physics, Biology & Chemistry.

Physics and Maths Tutor   Past Papers, Revision Notes, Maths, Physics, Computer Science, Economics, Geography, Psychology, Admission Tests, Numerical Reasonong…..

Physics Net  GCSE and A level Physics revision resources and a very useful Glossary.

crashMATHS  A publisher but also lots of revision worksheets and past papers. Aimed at Teachers and Students.

Revision Maths Revision World is part of a group of revision websites, offering you thousands of free GCSE and A Level revision resources and study help advice. Use Revision World to create your own free study planner or revision timetable.  You will need to create an account to access some of the material.

NRICH   A brilliant place! NRICH is an innovative collaboration between the Faculties of Mathematics and Education at the University of Cambridge, part of the University’s Millennium Mathematics Project.  NRICH provides thousands of free online mathematics resources for ages 3 to 18, covering all stages of early years, primary and secondary school education – completely free and available to all.

Exam Solutions  GCSE and A Level Maths site, with past papers, worked video solutions and lots of great advice. It’s free but when you see the amount of work that’s gone in to it you will want to make a donation.

Dr Frost Maths   DrFrostMaths provides an online learning platform, teaching resources, videos and a bank of exam questions, all for free.

Maths Genie Maths Genie is a GCSE and A Level Maths revision guide and resource bank.  It’s free!

MathsZest This warm up powerpoint is aimed at students targeting a grade 6.  It’s a mixture of reminders and questions

 

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