Created for the new GCSE specification but also suitable for AS level and iGCSE, this activity requires students to identify errors in quadratic inequality solutions.

Generate formula for circle Grids to use to do Pythagoras and make a circle. PPT with plenary and perpendicular graph to use to lead onto tangents to a circle.

Appealing in design and meeting the key aims of the new Maths National Curriculum, these questions will test pupils on many aspects of upper and early learning stages, encouraging them to utilise a variety of problem solving skills and confirming .

Distance time graph of a journey around the world. A task to be done after students have studied distance time graphs to complete a more extreme example. Use dice to plan a round the world trip, then plot this on a graph.

This is an end of topic test covering: expanding, factorising, solving and problem solving with quadratics. The questions become challenging towards the end, but can be easily edited. Given as a powerpoint so that they can be printed as bo.

This is a fun zoo-themed algebra activity, focussing on substitution. Pupils have a codebreaking worksheet, and a sheet showing an empty zoo. Pupils use the codebreaker to substitute numbers into the expressions in each question.