Use the tabs to select a module. All resources are free. I will be developing resources for Further Pure 1 in the October half term.

Pure 1 Pure 2 Stats 1 Stats 2 Mech 1 Mech 2

Core Pure 1 Core Pure 2 Further Pure 1 Further Stats 1 Further Mech 1

You can find 'Full Coverage' exam compilations here. These aim to include an example question for each type of question that might be seen in an exam.

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# Guide to your Casio FX991EX-Classwiz

## 1 files28/03/2017

Explains all the keys and modes of the Casio FX991EX-ClassWiz. Covers integration, differentiation, summations, changing bases, solving polynomials, solving quadratics, solving simultaneous equations, matrix operations, vector operations, spreadsheet mode, statistical functions, distribution calculations and complex number operations.

# STEP/AEA/MAT Questions by Chapter

## 1 files27/07/2017

A 156 page compilation of STEP, AEA (Advanced Extension Award) and MAT (Maths Aptitude Test) questions aligned to chapters within the new A Level (2017).

As you are likely aware, from September 2017, all exam boards will be adopting the new A Level for Maths and Further Mathematics. For those doing single Mathematics, across the two years, students will have three exam papers: Pure Mathematics 1, Pure Mathematics 2 and Statistics & Mechanics. My school will not be doing the AS, and thus all papers are taken at the end of Year 13.

My school will be using Edexcel, and we already have copies of the Pearson textbooks for each student. For Further Maths, we will be doing the full normal maths A Level within the first year, thus covering Pure 1, Pure 2 and Statistics/Mechanics. We have not yet decided on exact combinations of options for Further Mathematicians in Year 13, but this will likely feature combinations of FP1, Further Statistics and Further Mechanics (although FP2 and Further Advanced Mechanics may be thrown in the mix depending on number of classes and student demand).

For both Single Maths and Further Maths, there will be two teachers teaching each Year 12 A Level class. The structure of the first year for each teacher will be as follows: (provisional and subject to change)

This ensures that students are exposed to Core/Pure material throughout the year. We will be planning the second year at a later date.

- Content mapping from old to new A Level: This links topics in the old A Level syllabus to those in the new, with clear indication of completely new content.
- Colleen Young's Edexcel A Level Maths Page