Click the links to see the questions, answers included on page 2 of each set of questions.
Good luck!
A set of some of the most popular maths tricks for printing off as A5 size playing cards. Each trick could provoke a lesson in itself (or PDF here). Notes answers and links (or PDF here). A copy of maths tricks for the whiteboard (or PDF here). 

An activity linked to the Six Sixes activity above, this time there's a choice of games to play at the School Summer Fayre. Which one are you more likely to win? What is the probability that the school doesn't lose out? Alternate version of the activity, Set of accompanying notes, question prompts and graph. 

A collection of interesting, new style A level maths questions together with brief answers and exam questions references. These questions, typically, combine different areas of maths and/or require some thinking outside the box. They are the type of questions that teachers usually like but students find challenging!. PDF here.  
More interesting questions that would inspire able GCSE through to Yr13 students. PDF Here. 

University Interview Mathematics Questions A selection of typical mathematics interview questions that you could be asked by universities. Thanks to The Norwich School. Nrich article on preparing for Maths uni interviews. University of Cambridge interview article. 

Great Mathematics Reading Books A copy of the poster that we display in Maths classrooms to encourage reading. Includes a list of books and QR codes for students to scan for direct links to Amazon sales. Maths reading books for sixthformers. University of Cambridge undergraduate maths reading list. 

Two sets of names, pictures, dates, 'most famous for', 'something else' and 'about the person' cards for students to match up using laptops etc to support. Designed to instigate knowledge and awareness of some of the most famous mathematicians as well as learning methods for finding info online. My Year 12 groups really enjoyed it! PDF here 
