An editable resource for teachers to develop schemes of work to deliver the new AS and A Levels in Maths A and Further Maths A in parallel. Updated to include links to delivery guides.
An editable resource for teachers to develop schemes of work to deliver the new AS and A Levels in Maths A and Further Maths A in parallel, starting with the pure core content. Updated to include links to delivery guides.
An editable resource to support teachers writing their own bespoke scheme of work for a condensed one year course. Includes notes on key points to cover based on examiners' reports from previous years' assessments.
A brief guide containing suggestions on how to use Check In tests.
This resource consists of five short starter activities on data presentation and interpretation using data from the large data set.
This second resource on using the Large Data Set consists of four more short starter activities.
A resource for using the large data set (LDS) to investigate bicycle use in England and Wales.
A resource using the large data set (LDS) to investigate whether usage of underground, metro, light rail and tram (UMLRT) has increased between 2001 and 2011.
A number of tasks to support the teaching of Using and manipulating surds, including rationalising the denominator.
A guide showing how legacy AS and A2 units map to the new A Level specification.
The guide provides a general introduction to the differences in the two models (linear versus modular) across GCSE and A Level and the impact on you as a teaching professional.
This guide provides a general outline of the large data set requirements, including some notes on interesting features of the OCR Mathematics A pre-release large data set and some links to useful resources.
Gateway to A Level: We have provided 13 worksheets from the Cambridge University Press A Level Mathematics for OCR series for students to recover the skills they learnt in their GCSE Mathematics course ahead of them starting their studies for A Level Mathematics. These short exercises will give your students some initial practice and can be used to help you identify any areas that they might need further support on before starting their new course.
A guide showing how legacy AS units map to the new AS specification.
Create and export your own schemes of work based on specification statements and our new teaching and learning resources.
Comprehensive resources now available for Mathematics A and Further Mathematics A specifications.