Check out the resources and links in the newsletter below. They all link to the very best TES Maths resources, which are completely free once you register on the website.

**Star resource**

**World Pi Day collection**

March 14 is World Pi Day – get into the spirit of the occasion by investigating this most magical of mathematical constants with our Pi-themed resources.

**Number and algebra**

**Nth term – Generating a sequence**

A three-part lesson on nth term sequences, packed full of engaging activities and well-presented notes and examples.

**Making target numbers**

Students use their mathematical creativity to combine four numbers to make a series of target numbers.

**Shape and Space**

**Plans and elevations paired task**

Students work together to describe, interpret and construct 3D models from images of their plans and elevations.

**Circle theorems lesson**

We go off on a slight tangent from our World Pi Day theme with a complete lesson on circle theorems.

**Data and statistics**

**Maths munchers**

Activities covering six areas of mathematics; ideal for settling students at the start of a lesson.

**Experimental probability**

Ten quick questions to check students’ understanding of experimental probability.

**Post-16**

**Integration – spot the mistake**

Challenge your students’ knowledge of integration by asking them to mark and comment on answers to integration questions.

**Function notation block matching**

A matching activity that should help consolidate understanding of the difficult topic of transformations of y = f(x).

## Community

*Advice & chat from the maths forum*

**The new draft national curriculum**

Maths teachers offer their honest views on the proposed new curriculum.

**The role of the maths head of department**

Join this discussion on the main challenges of being a maths HoD.

**Learning styles in maths**

This teacher reckons we could be doing more to incorporate student learning styles into maths lessons, do you agree?

**Do you use textbooks?**

Maths department has a ‘no textbook’ policy for KS3 and KS4, would that work for you?

**Resources for the new stats option syllabus**

Teachers pass on their recommendations.