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Addressing the requirements of Modules P1, P2 and P3 (Pure Mathematics), this is one of three photocopiable packs which provide study routes for the Cambridge Modular Mathematics course, and can also be used with other syllabuses. The packs are designed to act as flexible learning resources which allow for...

This book provides consolidation of key concepts and skill areas for students approaching Advanced Level maths for GCSE. It can be used by all students, but is particularly suitable for those coming from Intermediate...

This book bridges the gap between GCSE Double Science and the separate AS-Level course specifications. It can be used to consolidate key topics during the early stages of an AS-Level course or as an independent...

This book, used in draft form at Eton College since 1980, was originally conceived to meet the requirements of Oxford and Cambridge Joint Board revised Additional Mathematics syllabus.

This item is one of over 25,000 physical resources available from the Resources Collection. The Archive Collection covers over 50 years of curriculum development in the STEM subjects. The Contemporary Collection includes all the latest publications from UK educational publishers.

Algebra

This Algebra collection from Century Maths comprises three sections aimed at Years Seven/ Eight, Year Nine and Year Ten/Eleven. Focus books are provided at three overlapping levels for each age group. The three levels are consistently referred to as lead-in, core and extension and are intended for less able,...

An Early Start to Science

An Early Start to Science, published in 1987, preceded the development of the National Curriculum and so the activities are not organised in terms of the programme of study that later became mandatory. However, the detailed index facilitates flexible use of the activities to meet formal requirements. The book gives...

Highly acclaimed handbook for all teachers of Art and Design filled with practical advice.

Aiming to help teachers and students to tackle primary science, this book translates theories into practical teaching ideas.

It also provides a framework for considering how science is taught and how it should be managed, and there are suggestions for effective ways of refining teaching methods.

A book which offers practical information, advice and help on the teaching of science in secondary schools. Its topics include the practicalities of different teaching methods, continuity and progression,...

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