**additional**resources which are specifically for GCSE 9 - 1.

**Practice papers**

All four awarding bodies have published numerous sets of practice papers. Given that the differences between exam board specifications are minimal, we are now able to use 9 - 1 practice papers from every exam board.

Don't forget that old GCSE papers - including intermediate tier papers - are still helpful too.

If this isn't enough, then don't worry - there are plenty more practice papers available. Thanks to @Maths_Master for drawing my attention to the practice papers produced by Churchill Maths. Much like Solomon Press products, these papers are reliable and high quality. For £180 + VAT you can buy 15 practice papers for Higher and 15 practice papers for Foundation. The Higher tier papers are particularly good for stretching students who are working at a Grade 8 or 9. My school has issued a booklet of Churchill Maths's practice papers to each student. You can check out their free sample papers here. They're pretty challenging.

ZigZag Education also sells packs of practice papers - for £389 you can buy a pack of 30 practice papers for Higher and 30 practice papers for Foundation. That will keep your students busy! Sample papers are available on their website.

For £6 students can buy a pack of 6 practice papers from CGP. Practice paper books are also available to buy.

**Revision by topic**

Topic tests provided by AQA and Edexcel (through All About Maths and the Emporium respectively) are really helpful. OCR's check in tests are good too.

Maths Genie continues to be a very user-friendly website (I recommend it to my A level students). It has been updated for GCSE 9 - 1 so you'll find exam style questions on new topics plus practice papers.

Corbett Maths also has exam style questions, including new GCSE topics.

Also, don't forget that Mel at justmaths.co.uk has pulled together GCSE 9 - 1 specimen questions by topic. I use these a lot in my teaching at the moment.

**Resources to purchase**

There are loads of resources that your students can buy through Amazon. I imagine that schools might buy some of these resources for their Pupil Premium students. CGP have summarised the content of their extensive range here. Pearson has a range of revision products too, as does Collins and Scholastic.

**Revision cards**

9 - 1 revision cards are available to buy from the following sources:

Flash cards can be downloaded for free from tannermaths.co.uk.

**Aimed at Grade 9**

Around 3% of the cohort will get a Grade 9. I like it that there is a new grade that identifies the country's best mathematicians, much like the A* at A level. To achieve a Grade 9 students will need to know every topic inside out. They will also need a high level of accuracy and brilliant problem solving skills - the ability to think laterally. They need to be better than 97% of students in the country, and that's a big ask. Here are some resources for students working at this level:

- There are revision workbooks for 'Grade 9 targeted exam practice' here.
- There are three 'Grade 9' booklets here at Bland.in.
- Pixi Maths has a Grade 9 booklet here.
- m4ths.com has Grade 9 resources here.

Because they're so challenging, the Churchill papers that I mentioned before provide the right level of stretch for these students.

**More resources**

Here are some more general revision resources that I've collected:

- PixiMaths has a collection of GCSE 9 - 1 booklets and other revision resources on the revision page of her website
- Steve at m4ths.com has created a 9 - 1 GCSE Help Book. He has also shared a help sheet and tracking sheet for Foundation students.
- Crashmaths.com has 9-1 practice papers and other resources. Their higher revision maze is brilliant.
- On MathsBot.com you'll find GCSE questions, revision grids and practice papers.
- Edexcel has a poster of formulae to learn - thanks to @MaxTheMaths for sharing his related gap fill activity here. My adaptation of this formula quiz is available here.
- Access Maths has a page full of lovely 9 - 1 revision activities including revision mats, relays and mazes.
- Adam Smith (@Adam_SmithMaths) made a great non-calculator Higher workout (I tweaked it and added answers). It takes a good 45 minutes. I've also made a calculator Higher workout (and there's a tip sheet from @onechriswhite).
- I made two shorter Breakfast Revision Workouts for Higher GCSE.
- Keep an eye on onmaths.com, a website where students can complete practice papers online.

Have I missed anything? Please share your resources in the comments below.

As always Jo you are the Queen of bring resources together, thank you for help so much!

ReplyDeleteFabulous! Thanks very much for all your research.

ReplyDeletethanks

ReplyDeleteHi Jo! Awesome info - thanks! Did your school get the Churchill papers for 9-1? How do you find them?

ReplyDeleteYes, we got them. They're excellent. We're putting some of them into a pack to issue to students before Easter. We'll use the rest in class. They're very high quality, definitely worth the money.

DeleteExcellent - thanks for the info! Will definitely look into them!

DeleteHi, Try a look at Mathsbot.com for generated Practice papers Higher/ Foundation (9-1) plus a lot of help for all the new topics.

ReplyDeleteHi. Thanks - I've already mentioned Mathsbot.com in this post (listed under 'more resources' above).

Deletecan some1 pls give me some churchill maths papers 4 free.

ReplyDeleteim a student so it would be much appreciated if you could.

my email:

ismail.benhamid@yahoo.co.uk

Hi. There are three Churchill papers available for free here: http://www.churchillmaths.co.uk/gcse-9-1/. You can also access free sample ZigZag papers here: http://zigzageducation.co.uk/synopses/6445-gcse-9-1-maths-foundation-higher-papers-edexcel.asp.

DeleteHi, do you have an AQA revision checklist of topics for students?

ReplyDeleteHi. Check out this Twitter thread - there's a couple of links here https://twitter.com/oca_maths/status/815597506625212416

Delete(The Edexcel list is easily adapted for AQA)

DeleteRecently I found a blank formula sheet which was great for checking which formula the students could remember. It was based on the edexcel sheet and called a formula quiz but I can't find it again. Can anyone help?

ReplyDeleteIs it not the one I listed above (bullet point 6)?

DeleteThanks

ReplyDeleteBrilliant, many thanks. Have a good day

ReplyDeleteJust to let you know - the Pixi maths TES link is dead. You might want to link to the Pixi website here: https://www.piximaths.co.uk/revision-materials

ReplyDeleteThank you! Fixed.

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