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Parent Workshop 14 th March. Maths. Have a go!. Try question 25 on the tables. If you get stuck open the envelopes in order!. Getting unstuck. Encourage students not to give up – no blank pages! Where is help available? BBC bitesize Revision guides You tube www.mymaths.co.uk

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have a go
Have a go!

Try question 25 on the tables.

If you get stuck open the envelopes in order!

getting unstuck
Getting unstuck
  • Encourage students not to give up – no blank pages!
  • Where is help available?
    • BBC bitesize
    • Revision guides
    • You tube
    • www.mymaths.co.uk
    • www.edexcel.com
    • Teacher help
    • Sixth form mentors
building confidence in maths
Building confidence in Maths
  • The “fall back” position
    • Share £48 in the ratio 5 : 3

2. 1 + 3

3 5

it s not like it used to be
It’s not like it used to be!
  • Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division
unstructured questions
Unstructured questions

A school only has pupils in Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9.

The table shows information about pupil absence on one day.

The target for daily attendance is 93% or more for the whole school.

Did the school meet the target that day?

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(5 marks)

exam board websites
Exam board websites

*www.edexcel.com

www.aqa.org.uk

www.ocr.org.uk

Look up past papers on any site to find more questions like these – look for the most recent papers.