Numeracy


https://www.numeracyday.com/ Information on National Numeracy Day which happens each year to help improve numeracy across the country. Poor numeracy skills cost each person around £450 a year.

Take the challenge here: https://www.nnchallenge.org.uk/register/index.html

https://corbettmaths.com/ Corbett Maths has videos explaining all topics students need, including worksheets and answers to check their understanding. The 5-a-day section is a great way to use Maths little and often and is split into Numeracy, Foundation and Higher sections (With answers to check)

https://app.mangahigh.com/en-gb/login This is a website all students have personal logins to access themselves, the school ID is 407137. The can choose a topic and answer 10 questions to see if they can achieve a Bronze, Silver or Gold medal, they can check their incorrect answers and learn from their mistakes. There are also games that require the use of Maths to succeed.

These websites may also be of use:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DZ19P9XWsAA8aUi.jpg Why people give up poster. Try to avoid these pitfalls to help yourself succeed.

https://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/2016/apr/19/students-revise-exams-revision-science The Science of revision. Top tips for students to try to see what works best for them.

If there is a Maths area that needs useful links then please can these be added?

https://www.mathscareers.org.uk/article/degree-courses-a-level-mathematics/ Which degree courses need A-Level Maths? Planning ahead could save time and effort. If you know you need A-Level Maths for a degree, you’ll need at least and A or A* at GCSE level to access Maths at St. Cyres. You have to sit the Higher paper at GCSE as the highest grade possible on Intermediate is a “B” grade.

https://corbettmaths.com/ Corbett Maths has videos explaining all topics that students need to learn, including worksheets and answers to check their understanding. The 5-a-day section is a great way to use Maths little and often and is split into Numeracy, Foundation and Higher sections (With answers to check)

https://www.wjec.co.uk/qualifications/qualification-resources.html?pastpaper=true&subject=Mathematics&level=gcse Official WJEC (The exam board we use for Maths at St. Cyres) website. Includes all past papers up to 2018 Foundation, Intermediate and Higher for GCSE Maths and GCSE Numeracy, including mark schemes for checking.