How to Add Fractions (and Subtract, Multiply and Divide) – with FREE to download resources for revision

## How to Find Fraction of an Amount

What is a fraction?

A fraction is part of a whole. It could be 1/4 of a cake, or 3/5 of £15.00.

This resource shows how to find fraction of an amount.

## How do you change an improper fraction to a mixed number?

How do you change an improper fraction to a mixed number?

What is a mixed number? A mixed number is a whole number and a fraction.

## Fraction Decimal Percentage Conversion Triangle

Fractions, Decimals and Percentages are all different ways of expressing the same thing – part of a whole. This resource shows how to convert between the three.

## How do you calculate the volume of a pizza?

It is basically the same method to calculate the volume of a cylinder, but with a side-order of fun. Here I show how to calculate volumes of various 3D shapes.

## How to calculate the area and circumference of a circle

Do you want an easy way to remember how to calculate the area and circumference of a circle? Here is a great little poem to help…

## Received a thank you card in the post today from one of my GCSE students this year

Thank you for all the help and support you gave me whilst I was revising for my maths exams. It gave me more confidence in my ability and helped me to gain a greater understanding of the subject.

## Good luck to everyone receiving their GCSE results today!

Good luck to everyone receiving their GCSE results today! Fingers crossed for all my students who took their maths this summer.

## Confused about the new 9-1 grades for maths and English GCSE?

Confused about the new 9-1 grades for maths and English GCSE? What is a pass rate for the maths GCSE if it isn’t a C any more? The department of Education have published a useful guide on what the changes will mean for this year’s…

## The new maths GCSE exam was harder than its predecessor!

“The first “big fat” maths exam taken by GCSE students was much harder than its predecessor, a teacher who sat the paper in solidarity with her pupils found.”

## Keep calm and do the maths

TODAY’s the day….. the first of the GCSE maths exams for this year. I’ve got five pupils taking the exam this morning. Wishing them, and everyone taking it, all the best. Keep calm and give it your best shot!