Stopping the Summer slide… in HIGHER maths!

Nearly TWO THIRDS of the achievement gap can be attributed to the reduced learning that occurs during the summer holidays.  In a bid to support parents and students during this period below are graded worksheets with assessment trackers to help you under what you need to do to improve your grade.

Each Grade category has the main 4 strands: Number, Algebra, Data Handling (exc Grade A) and Shape.

The aim is to do little but often as opposed to spending whole days but on fewer occasions.

Grade A                          

Number Questions                      Number Answers

Algebra Questions                      Algebra Answers

Shape Questions                        Shape Answers

Grade B                          

Number Questions                      Number Answers

Algebra Questions                      Algebra Answers

Shape Questions                        Shape Answers

Data Questions                           Data Answers

Grade C                          

Number Questions                       Number Answers

Algebra Questions                       Algebra Answers

Shape Questions                         Shape Answers

Data Questions                            Data Answers

Pick a grade and spend time doing the assessments.  Once done mark your work using the Answers documents.

The most important part is to print off the last page of all the Question documents that will allow you to assess how well you have mastered each skill.  This will hopefully provide you with some information on what you need to improve your grade.

Good Luck!

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