Revision shape activities for my Year 11 Foundation class to remind them what they need to learn and to get them to continue to think about how questions might be asked in their exam.

They can be downloaded here from TES if you would like a copy.

## Sunday, 23 March 2014

## Friday, 14 March 2014

### International Pi Day 2014 with Year 8

Firstly we listened to "The Circle Song" and filled in the missing lyrics.

Then we measured the circumference and diameter of items, put them into a spreadsheet and looked at their ratio.

Next we spent 20 minutes on the internet researching Pi.

We followed this up with Pi Plenary Plates.

A bit of Pi Dingbats (Say what you see!) took us nearly to the end of the lesson.

... and finally we ate a lot of Pi -es .....

....and looked forward to next year!

Then we measured the circumference and diameter of items, put them into a spreadsheet and looked at their ratio.

We followed this up with Pi Plenary Plates.

A bit of Pi Dingbats (Say what you see!) took us nearly to the end of the lesson.

... and finally we ate a lot of Pi -es .....

....and looked forward to next year!

## Friday, 7 March 2014

### GCSE Maths - Easy Ways to Make Sure You Don't Lose Marks

Thought I'd put together a few examiner hints on how to not lose marks in a GCSE Maths exam!

Good luck to everyone taking it this year!

Click here to see: 'What students see Vs What the examiner sees'

Click here to see: 'What students see Vs What the examiner sees'

Will put in on TES here.

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