11-16 maths resources
Teaching and learning resources
The resources on these pages have been developed by the AMSP and the Further Mathematics Support Programme (FMSP) for your students to use to deepen understanding and enrich their mathematical diet. We have linked them to different areas of the curriculum to make it easier to identify the topics on which the activity is based. Activities can be used to introduce topics, to consolidate knowledge, to develop skills or as an extension once a topic has been completed. They vary in the level of difficulty so there should be something there for all of your students!
In addition to working towards these two 11-16 extension qualifications, the resources are also suitable for helping Year 11 students prepare for AS/A level Mathematics:
Resources for the AQA Level 2 Certificate in Further Mathematics
Resources to support the teaching and learning of this qualification are available on Integral®. Teacher access is available for free to schools that register with the AMSP.
Resources for the OCR Level 3 FSMQ in Additional Mathematics
Resources to support the teaching and learning of this qualification are available within Integral®. Teacher and student access (via shared accounts) is currently available for free to schools that register with the AMSP, as part of MEI’s package of support for school/college closures.
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.
Motivating Students at Key Stage 4
The AMSP has put together a package of support for Key Stage 4 teachers to help with maintaining the interest of students in maths, motivate their learning and encourage them to consider studying maths post-16.Go to resource
Black History Month 2021
The AMSP has gathered a range of resources, links and events to support maths teachers as they plan learning opportunities for Black History Month 2021.Go to resource
These activities work really well as enrichment lessons or as part of an ‘activity day’. They offer the opportunity for your students to step outside of the curriculum for a while and have fun doing mathematics and seeing where it can take them!Go to resource
Mathematics for a better world
These resources were developed for the International Day of Mathematics (IDM) 2021 based on the theme Mathematics for a Better World. They look at sustainable chocolate consumption and include activities for students from Year 6-Year 13.Go to resource
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.Go to resource
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.Go to resource
Practice and competition materials produced for the Maths Feast enrichment competition for Year 10 students.Go to resource
Online Enrichment Event recordings
The AMSP has been running interactive live Online Enrichment Events for Year 10 students. Attending these events live isn’t always possible so we've recorded shows that we're no longer running and provided accompanying teacher notes.Go to recordings
Taster lessons of maths beyond GCSE
This set of resources provide two taster sessions for each of Core Maths, A level Mathematics and A level Further Mathematics. They are designed either for use in the classroom or for students to work on independently.Go to resource
Visualising inequality (by hand)
These resources provide opportunities for students to explore economic inequality data and graphs, and to consider how hand-drawn data visualisations can be used to tell a story with data. They also link to careers and highlight the importance of mathematical skills in Social Science.Go to resource
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.Go to resource
Where maths meets... the world of work!
These videos and activities are designed to use in class with your students. The activities all contain contextualised teaching points linked to careers and will help you to achieve Gatsby Benchmark 4 (linking careers to the curriculum). Some of the activities are written by employers and so are particularly authentic.Go to resource
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?”Go to resource
A set of six postcards and six posters are available to help you to promote Core Maths to your students, and feature problems your students can attempt. If you would like to receive printed copies of these items, please send a request to [email protected].
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.