## Topic outline

- General
- Introduction
### Introduction

Wellcome to the GCSE maths pages at Rainham Mark Grammar. Here you will find a whole host of resources that should help you through your GCSE and hopefully help you reach the highest grades possible.

Also remember if you can't find what you need here you can also seek help at our Maths Clinic open every lunch time from 1.pm. there will always be a maths teacher at hand to help with any problems. - A'Level preparation (Current Y11)
### A'Level preparation (Current Y11)

If you are planning to study A'Level mathematics at Rainham Mark in September you must complete at least the Bronze requirements of the

**Independent Scholarship Award**. The Silver and Bronze awards will prepare you even better!**Bronze**Yr 11 to Year 12 Summer Work Book (A Level Maths)

**Silver**Complete Tests 1-6 of the OCR bridging tests. These can be found further down the page. Or here: https://mei.org.uk/bridging_tests

**Gold**Complete Tests 7-12 of the OCR bridging tests. These can be found further down the page.Or here: https://mei.org.uk/bridging_tests

To gain the award you must produce your work folder with your solutions.

- COVID-19This topic
### COVID-19

Be aware that there are past papers below, but they are also accessible from MathsGenie.

Remember that you have your checklists from your recent PEQ, prioritising your red topics and using the videos/tasks on HegartyMaths to revise.

Further resources are available from Corbett Maths, OnMaths, and Maths Made Easy.

An online resource for year 11s who are planning on taking A level maths next year: http://m4ths.com/gcse-to-a-level-bridge.html**If you are planning to do A level maths at Rainham Mark next year then you will need to work on the booklet below to help you prepare for year 12 work. The majority of topics you have already seen as part of your GCSE. Make sure that you read the introduction as it contains important information.****If you are thinking of taking CORE mathematics next year**please find attached below a checklist of topics to complete from the HEGARTY maths website.https://hegartymaths.com/login/learner

Enter the school name.

Enter the school name.

Login with your name and date of birth.

Once logged on find the appropriate topics by typing the clip number from the checklist.

Please complete the Hegarty Maths Checklist below. there are 180 essential maths skills required for A level Maths.

Focus your attention on the areas you have highlighted as potential weak spots from the Summer Booklet you have already completed.

You should work through this check list over term 5 and 6, recording your scores for each task. Red Scores are below 70%, Amber Scores are 70 to 99% and Green scores for 100%. You should aim for at least all Amber scores in each topic you attempt and as many Green scores as you can in the 180

You can attempt the tasks, as many times as you want to get the highest score, and master the topic.

- HEGARTY LIVE LESSONS for switch from GCSE to ALEVEL
### HEGARTY LIVE LESSONS for switch from GCSE to ALEVEL

**Stay sharp for starting A-Level Maths**HegartyMaths is proud to offer any prospective A Level maths students, or even those with an interest in keeping their maths sharp, an opportunity to join Colin Hegarty for some Youtube Live maths sessions during the school closures. Read on for the important information:- This is a completely
**FREE**and**OPEN**to**ALL SCHOOLS**, even those that are not HegartyMaths subscribers so ask your friends and colleagues to share! - Students can access the sessions by visiting youtube.com/hegartymaths/live
- Sessions will be on
**WEEKDAYS AT 2PM**from today (Wednesday!) - Content covered will support students as they transition from GCSE to A-Level maths
- Videos will be saved on the HegartyMaths Youtube channel so students can catch up if they miss any or can't be there at the time
- First lesson today -
**SIMPLIFYING SURDS**

- This is a completely
- Year 11 Bridging Tests
### Year 11 Bridging Tests

As part of your preparation for A level. Please complete each of the bridging tests below. We would suggest you attempt**a minimum of**one test per week over terms 5 and 6.This will contribute to your ISA Silver/Gold Award

Once complete you may check your solutions here: https://mei.org.uk/bridging_tests

You will need to produce your folder of work if you intend to go for the ISA award

You may find the following websites useful:

https://www.corbettmaths.com/contents Revision videos

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/maths/ Information, videos and online tests

- EXAM REVISION MATERIALS
### EXAM REVISION MATERIALS

Here you can find resources to help with your revision. See the sections below.

**Mock PAPERS FOR THE Exams**Edexcel practice papers complete with mark schemes. You may also be intrested in these websites which offer video tutorials for the topics coming up in your exams.

- Exam Wizard By Dr. C
### Exam Wizard By Dr. C

Topic specific papers made up of exam questions, complete with mark schemes to check your own progress