We made it through Year 1! Following my post on 12th November 2017 here is an update after a full year of teaching. No further surprises on topics, perhaps worthy of note was needing to know:- The definition of an
Congratulations class of 2018!
So proud of my class of 2018 achieving their goals this year! Congratulations👨🎓👩🎓 I wish you all well for your future studies and look forward to hearing how you get on, keep in touch.
Before the new academic year kicks in with a vengeance, here are some of my highlights over the last few months. My doggie resource travelled to North Carolina for a game of ‘pin the tail on the dog’ courtesy of
So proud of my 11th Grader acing Geometry ACT
Well done to my 11th Grader acing her Geometry ACT(American College Test) and keeping the family tradition alive! Looking forward to Pre-Calculus next year.
Introducing the P4M Cat
The P4M dog now has a cat to chase, for the full resource you can download the worksheet from the TES website here Modelled on a precious cat & dedicated to my Great Aunt. as indeed the dog
Technology in A Level AMSP(previously FMSP)
Technology in A level Maths AMSP(previously FMSP) Friday, 13th July 2018. Wow! I had such an amazing day on Friday 13th July at the ‘Technology in A Level’ course courtesy of the Advanced Mathematics Support Programme and hosted by Val
First GCSE Maths Paper tomorrow – Good Luck!
Where has the year gone? You have all worked hard now you need to have a good nights sleep, have a good breakfast and go in there and show everyone what you can do. Good luck!
British Congress of Mathematics Education 9
British Congress of Mathematics Education 9 3rd – 6th April 2018 at University of Warwick An exciting time at my first Maths Conference, throwing myself in at the deep end with 300 sessions to choose from and a complex campus
National Puppy Day – Friday 23rd March
Who knew there was such a thing as a National Puppy Day? Check out this post🐶 So thrilled my doggies got another outing.
Resource of the Day(ROTD)
So thrilled when one of my resources makes Resource of The Day This one reminds me of my childhood, when at a party, one of the games was to mark a cross on a map to identify the location of