11-16 maths resources

All of the resources described below are free. The AMSP will continue to enhance these collections.

Resources for the Level 2 Certificate in Further Mathematics

Resources to support the teaching and learning of this qualification are available on Integral®Opens a new window. Resources for the reformed qualification (with first exams in 2020) are being written. Teacher access to resources for the new specification (via a shared account) will be available for free to schools that register with the AMSP. If you take out a subscriptionOpens a new window to these resources, your students will also be able to access them.

11-16 teaching and learning resources

The legacy Further Mathematics Support Programme (FMSP) produced many free 11-16 teaching and learning resources, covering specific topics and more general skills such as problem solving and modelling. Some activities are designed for independent or individual work while some are better suited to group work. These resources are collected together on Integral®Opens a new window, together with some problem-solving resourcesOpens a new window specifically for GCSE students. If your school/college has registered with the AMSP, you will be able to access these using your registration account.

Enrichment resources

Explore the collection of 11-16 enrichment resources produced by the legacy FMSP.

You may also be interested in the materials produced for the Maths Feast enrichment competition for Year 10 students.

Where's the maths in that?

These resources are designed to demonstrate to students that maths can be found all around them. They are very easy to use, simply display a photograph and ask “Where is the maths in that?”

Maths club activities

These resources are designed to support the many Maths Clubs that schools run across the country. Each activity is fully resourced and accessible to all 11-16 students at different levels. They should take around 30 minutes to work through, with extension activities to develop the ideas further according to the students’ engagement and interest.

Visualising the Climate Crisis

These resources are designed to raise awareness of the impact of fast fashion on the climate. There are four different versions of the resource, each aimed at a different age range. They come with a presentation, teacher notes and a worksheet.

#EqualPayDay2019

This resource is designed for 11-16 students and focuses on the gender pay gap. It also delves into why students should study maths after GCSE and details the post-16 maths options that are available to them, specifically focusing on Core Maths.

Resources for the Level 2 Certificate in Further Mathematics

Resources to support the teaching and learning of this qualification are available on Integral®Opens a new window. Resources for the reformed qualification (with first exams in 2020) are being written. Teacher access to resources for the new specification (via a shared account) will be available for free to schools that register with the AMSP. If you take out a subscriptionOpens a new window to these resources, your students will also be able to access them.

Resources for the FSMQ in Additional Mathematics

Resources to support the teaching and learning of this qualification are available within Integral®. Departmental access to this is provided when you register with the AMSP.

In addition, thanks to sponsorship from OCR, subscriptions for these resources allowing individual student access and opening up the possibility of tracking progress via online tests are currently free of charge to OCR centres. Further details of this free subscription, together with an application form, are available on the MEI website.

Promotional materials

The AMSP is developing materials to help you to promote advanced maths to your students and their parents/carers.

We've developed a 30 minute presentation for students and parents/carers about the importance of studying maths post-GCSE. It outlines the options available, and provides compelling reasons for choosing to take an advanced maths qualification.