# Solving Equations with Surds: GCSE Maths Question of the Week (Higher)

Can your students solve a nasty looking equation involving a surd? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely Equations with Surds questionContinue reading

# Expression, Equation, Formula, Identity: GCSE Maths Question of the Week (Foundation/Higher)

Can your students correctly identify an expression, equation, formula and identity? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely Algebra question provided exclusively forContinue reading

# Area of a Trapezium: GCSE Maths Question of the Week (Foundation/Higher)

Can your students correctly work out the value of the missing dimension on this trapezium? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovelyContinue reading

# Volume of a Cone: GCSE Maths Question of the Week (Foundation/Higher)

Can your students correctly calculate the volume of a cone? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely Volume of a Cone questionContinue reading

# Intepreting Histograms: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Will your students be able to interpret a histogram to work out how many people are in a group? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week seriesContinue reading

# SUVAT Equations – TES Maths Resource of the Week 9 (2016/17)

To see all of the work I do for TES Maths, including Resource of the Week, Inspect the Spec, Maths Newsletters and Topic Collections, please visit the TES Maths Blog here What is it? IContinue reading

# Angles in Polygons (Foundation/Higher) – GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Will your students be able to handle a lovely question about the interior angles of a regular octagon? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week seriesContinue reading

# Dividing Fractions (Foundation/Higher) – GCSE Maths QOTW

Will your students be able to handle a division of fractions question that contains and mixed number fraction and an integer? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question ofContinue reading

# Transformations and Invariant Points (Higher) – GCSE Maths QOTW

Your students may be the kings and queens of reflections, rotations, translations and enlargements, but how will they cope with the new concept of invariant points? There’s only one way to find out! The latestContinue reading

# GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Hello! Seeing as over 7,200 new specification GCSE maths questions have been uploaded to my Diagnostic Questions site by AQA, Edexcel and OCR, I thought it would be a nice idea to feature some ofContinue reading

# Diagnostic Questions free GCSE Maths Scheme of Work

Well, the time is finally here. Our revolutionary, completely free, GCSE Scheme of Work is now officially live and ready to be used! I’d love to say that I could tell you all about ourContinue reading

# Diagnostic Questions Help – Get set up for the new school year!

Well, there is no denying it any longer. Summer is over and we are back at school. But fear not. Here is something to cheer you up. It is our brand new Diagnostic Questions guideContinue reading

# Diagnositc Questions GCSE Maths Predicted Higher Calculator Paper 2016 (aka The Prediculator)

So, with today’s Edexcel GCSE Maths Higher Non Calculator paper officially out in the open (I thought it was a fair paper), our attention now turns to the Calculator paper in two weeks time (9thContinue reading

# 5 Misconceptions in GCSE Maths

This week I received the following tweet from @MrCampbellSHS: “Does Diagnositc Questions have a Top 10 Misunderstandings, or something similar? Clock’s ticking, and I need a bit hitting lesson for my Year 11” A greatContinue reading

# Diagnositc Questions GCSE Maths Exam Papers

The first GCSE Maths exam is drawing ever nearer. If your students are anything like ours, they will be more than a little fed up of doing past exam papers. And if you are anythingContinue reading

# Rationalise the Denominator – Guess the Misconception

Last week on Guess the Misconception we looked at plotting cumulative frequency diagrams (see previous post for the results), and in a dramatic twist, the misconception that was the least voted for by teachers actually turnedContinue reading

# Cumulative Frequency – The Answers Revealed!

Last week’s question on plotting a Cumulative Frequency Diagram was one of the worst answered questions across the whole of the free daily GCSE Revision Stream to date, with less than 40% of students answeringContinue reading

# Cumulative Frequency – Guess the Misconception

Last week on Guess the Misconception we looked at angle facts (see previous post for the results), and in a dramatic twist, the misconception that was the least voted for by teachers actually turned out to beContinue reading

# Angle Facts – The Answers Revealed!

It has been a dramatic week for Guess the Misconception, upon its return after the Easter break. Firstly, there has been an outcry, both in my maths department and across the nation as a whole,Continue reading

# Angle Facts – Guess the Misconception

Following the Easter break, and far too much chocolate, Guess the Misconception returns, with a run right up until the GCSE Maths Exam. The idea is simple – can you predict what the most commonContinue reading