A-Level Maths Resources for Teachers and Students

September 2014

Welcome to the September 2014 newsletter from MathsBank.

We hope all is going well for you at the start of the new school year. Things are already changing in the world of A-Level maths, with no more January exams offered by the main exam boards. With the specifications now being finalised for the new AS and A-Level, the big changes will begin next September, when teaching begins. First examination will take place in June 2016 for the AS and June 2017 for the new A-Level (which is no longer called the A2).

A-Level book now available

The long-awaited AS book for the CCEA specification finally came into being last December. See Amazon or the publisher's website for more details.

MathsBank Blog

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The new stories since we last wrote to you:

  Back in July, we reported on the change in personnel at the Department for Education. Michael Gove is out.

  We reported on this summer's A-Level results  with maths now the most popular A-Level subject in UK schools.

  And the GCSE results,

  And for a bit of light relief, a quick look at the history of the remarkable irrational number e.

KS2 Practice Papers

A quick reminder about the practice papers being developed at our sister website at Orchard Education Solutions . There is a collection of Key Stage 2 worksheets on a wide range of topics. There are also practice papers for the Northern Ireland Transfer Test, and these should be useful for anybody requiring extra KS2 test materials. There are also now some A-Level practice papers here for the C1 and C2 modules, Edexcel and CCEA specifications.

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September 2013

Welcome to the March 2013 newsletter from MathsBank.

Hope all is going well for you at the start of the new school year. Things are already changing in the world of A-Level maths, with no more January exams offered by the main exam boards. The big changes will begin in two years' time.

KS2 Practice Papers

A quick reminder about the practice papers being developed at our sister website at Orchard Education Solutions . There is a collection of Key Stage 2 worksheets on a wide range of topics. There are also practice papers for the Northern Ireland Transfer Test, and these should be useful for anybody requiring extra KS2 test materials. There are also now some A-Level practice papers here for the C1 and C2 modules, Edexcel and CCEA specifications.

Update on the Book Reviews

The date for publication of the AS book has been put back to October this year. See the publisher's website for more details.

MathsBank Blog

Check out the MathsBank Blog for the latest Maths Education news. Why not click the 'Follow' button on the right-hand side of the page.

The new stories since we last wrote to you:

  Back in March, we joined in the fun during Pi Day Live.

We celebrated the lives of two great twentieth century mathematicians:
  the prodigious Paul Erdös 

  and Andrew Wiles, who is most famous for having finally proved the elusive Fermat's Last Theorem.

  In August we got the A-Level results , with grades falling slightly again this year,

  and the GCSE results. which told a similar story, with top grades in particular suffering a slight decline.

Finally, we noted the changes in post-16 education that came in on 1st September.

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March 2013

Welcome to the March 2013 newsletter from MathsBank.

Things are getting busy here as we gear up for another exam season. For the students among you, it's time to make sure you're really on top of each topic as you begin to think about revision work.

Update on the Book Reviews

We finally have a date from the publisher, Colourpoint, about a release date for the AS book: this will take place in May this year. See the publisher's website for more details. There is still no news about a publication date for the A2 book, but we are assuming that will take place later this year. If you are waiting for a copy of either book, sorry again for the delay. You will get your promised book in due course. Thanks again if you helped out with these reviews.

KS2 Practice Papers

Just a reminder about a set of practice papers being developed for our sister website at Orchard Education Solutions . There is a collection of Key Stage 2 worksheets on a wide range of topics. There are also practice papers for the Northern Ireland Transfer Test, and these should be useful for anybody requiring extra KS2 test materials. There are also now some A-Level practice papers here for the C1 and C2 modules, Edexcel and CCEA specifications.

MathsBank Blog

Check out the MathsBank Blog for the latest Maths Education news. Why not click the 'Follow' button on the right-hand side of the page.

The new stories since we last wrote to you:

  We brought you news of a maths writing competition  organised by Plus Magazine and the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications. Good luck to all those who entered!

  To celebrate the life and work of Alan Turing, Manchester University are running a code-breaking competition. With the competition running until April, it may not be too late to enter.

  Christmas Day 2012 marked the 370th anniversary of the birth of Sir Isaac Newton , arguably England's greatest ever mathematician.

  Education Secretary Michael Gove set out his long-awaited plans to overhaul the A-Level system in England. Read about it here.

  After criticism from teaching unions, academics and fellow MPs, Michael Gove has withdrawn his plans to replace the GCSE with English Baccalaureate certificates in key subjects from 2015. But has his U-turn really changed anything?

  Finally, a new study has highlighted the differences in mathematical ability between the children of different countries at different ages. For the UK, sadly, it's a story of youngsters failing to live up to early promise. Read more here.

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December 2012

Welcome to the December 2012 newsletter from MathsBank.

We hope you are surviving well and looking forward to a well-earned Christmas break.

KS2 Practice Papers

Just a reminder about a set of practice papers being developed for our sister website at Orchard Education Solutions . There is a bunch of Key Stage 2 worksheets on a wide range of topics. There are also practice papers for the Northern Ireland Transfer Test, and these should be useful for anybody requiring extra KS2 test materials. Finally, the A-Level downloads have also just started going online. Watch this space!

Advent Calendar

  The MathsBank Advent Calendar is back. Give your grey power a festive workout to counteract those mince pies. See how many of the problems you can solve correctly before Christmas Eve.

Update on the Book Reviews

The latest on the two AS/A2-Level text books is that publication will now take place in the New Year. If you are waiting for a copy of one of these, sorry again for the delay. You will get your promised book in due course. Thanks again if you helped out with these reviews.

MathsBank Blog

Check out the MathsBank Blog for the latest Maths Education news. Why not click the 'Follow' button on the right-hand side of the page.

The new stories since we last wrote to you:

  QTS tests, which teachers must pass as a part of gaining their teaching qualification, are being toughened up.

  MEI has been awarded the contract to provide a new post-16 curriculum for non-A-Level maths students. Is this the way forward to improve maths for everybody?

  We brought you news about Maths Inspiration , a series of events across the country to inspire our GCSE students to greater things.

  Finally, there was news of the new  resources  available from  Orchard Education Solutions.

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October 2012

Welcome to the October 2012 newsletter from MathsBank.

Welcome back to another school year. We wish you all the best in your teaching or your studies, or both!

KS2 Practice Papers

It's not often we talk about Key Stage 2 developments in this newsletter, but just to make you aware that there are several KS2 practice papers available on the Orchard Education website . The papers have been written specifically for the Northern Ireland Transfer Test, but should be useful for anybody requiring extra KS2 test materials.

Update on the Book Reviews

Many of you helped out with the A-Level text book reviews earlier in the year and thanks again for your work with this. With the writing and reviewing complete, they are now in the hands of the publisher. The publisher now says that the first book (the AS book) will be printed and on sale by the end of November. The second book - the A2 book - will be out next May. For those of you waiting for copies of these textbooks, sorry for the delays. You can be assured that you will be receiving a copy of the appropriate book as soon as they are available. Thanks again!

MathsBank Blog

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The new stories since we last wrote to you:

  Michael Gove continues to court controversy with every word he speaks. In July he announced plans to give academies the power to hire unqualified teachers.

  We gave our annual round-up of the A-Level results and the GCSE results

  Finally, flesh was put on the bones of Gove's plans to replace the GCSE in England.

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July 2012

Welcome to the July 2012 newsletter from MathsBank.

I hope you've had a great school year and are now looking forward to a well-deserved summer break. Here at MathsBank.co.uk, there will be no such good fortune.

Book Review

Many of you have been helping out with the A-Level text book reviews over the last few months. Thanks for all your work with this, particularly at this busy time of year for teachers and students alike. The two books (AS and A2) are now in the hands of the publisher and should be ready in time for the new school year. Whenever the printed version exists, those of you who helped will be receiving a copy of the appropriate book. Thanks again!

MathsBank Blog

Check out the MathsBank Blog for the latest news. Why not click the 'Follow' button on the right-hand side of the page.

There has been a lot of exciting stuff since the last newsletter:

  A round-up of some forthcoming maths events, I think one of these has now passed.

  Some information about the On Your Marks Maths Challenge, This event took place in June and the website now lists the schools, students and classes who finished in the top 10 in the competition.

  We reported on the changing landscape that is A-Levels, and the latest ideas to reform them.

  And unexpected leaked plans to scrap GCSEs suddenly emerged, in June.

  A mathematician to whom we all owe so much, Alan Turing, was born 100 years ago.

  And one of the giants of modern maths, Henri Poincare, died this month in 1912.

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That's all from us. Now, where's that summer weather?

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March 2012

Welcome to the March 2012 newsletter from MathsBank.

I hope you've had a good term so far. If things are as busy for you as they are here, you will be looking forward to a couple of weeks of catch-up time at Easter.

Free Books

At Christmas we mentioned an A-Level text book review, in association with Orchard Solutions Education, which many of you took us up on. Many thanks to those of you who offered your services in exchange for a copy of the book. Some of you have already provided valuable feedback. There are still a few chapters to distribute, so if you have offered to help, you may still be asked.

The second book in the series will also need reviewers. This covers the C3 and C4 modules of the A-Level. Once again, we can offer a free copy of this book in exchange for a review of one chapter of the book. There is a limited number of books available, so if you are interested in applying, please reply to this email without delay! More details are available on reply.

Both books will be published in the summer. All reviewers will receive a free copy of the book they have helped with.

MathsBank Blog

Check out the MathsBank Blog for the latest news. Why not click the 'Follow' button on the right-hand side of the page.

Since we last spoke:

  We celebrated the work of one of the most remarkable mathematicians of our time,  Stephen Hawking, who celebrated his 70th birthday in January.

  We looked back at the works of a controversial Victorian gentleman, Sir Francis Galton, who had a marked impact on today's statistics.

  And we delved into the world of the unknown with David Hilbert, born 150 years ago, whose turn of the century problems inspired many of the mathematical pioneers of the 20th century.

  Finally I know a calculator that would be very offended if we weren't to mention it. It was Happy 40th Birthday to the HP-35   the first scientific calculator to arrive in our classrooms in the early 1970s.

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That's all for now. Good luck as we gear up for the summer term and exam season.

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September 2011

Welcome back to a new school year and to the September newsletter from MathsBank.

Whether you are starting out on AS maths or returning for some extra tough A2 maths, or teaching any of these, we hope it goes well for you this year.

MathsBank Blog

There are plenty of new articles on the MathsBank Blog. Why not click the 'Follow' button on the right-hand side of the page.

  The main news over the summer was the exam results. Boys are doing better than girls in GCSE maths, contrary to what we find in other subjects.

At A-Level, the issues surround the scramble for university places. Have you had a struggle to find a place? We would be pleased to hear your story.

We also discussed the creeping concern about the quality of the exams being set by the major exam boards and

  Carol Vorderman's Task Force report on the future of maths education in the UK.

  There was a good set of results from the British team at the International Mathematical Olympiad.

And we celebrate the lives of two great mathematicians:

  One from centuries past: Pierre de Fermat

  and one more recent: Paul Meier.

  Finally, if you're between 17 and 19, don't miss the IMA's competition on Alan Turing, one of the finest logicians to have lived.

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That's all for now.

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May 2011

Welcome to the May newsletter from MathsBank. It's just a brief one this month, as we know it's a busy time for you all.

Good Luck!

Exam season has now started. If you are a student, some of you in England have already sat the C1 and M1 exams. (It's all different in other parts of the UK.) Whatever your exam timetable, keep up the hard work for another couple of weeks and the next time we speak, you will be enjoying a well-deserved rest. We wish you the very best of luck.

MathsBank Blog

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Just one new article on the blog this month. Following on from our previous post on the European Girls' Maths Olympiad, the London Mathematical Society hosted their annual Women in Maths Day   on 6th May. The event was open to all, but was especially aimed at female maths students. The event featured a range of interesting talks and is described in more detail on the LMS website . If you're studying maths at university next year, especially in London, this would be a great event to get along to.

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April 2011

Welcome to the April MathsBank newsletter, to bring you up to date on the latest news from the site.

Offers for Renewing Subscribers

As a reminder, we are still running our discount for renewing subscribers. If you had a subscription that has now expired at MathsBank.co.uk, or have a subscription that will shortly expire, you will qualify for 25% off a renewal.

We can offer you any new subscription on the website at the discounted rate - it doesn't have to be the package you previously took out.

You will not see this offer on the website. If you wish to take it up, please reply to this email with subject line '25% Offer' and we will send instructions on how to proceed.

We hope you continue to find the site useful in your teaching or your revision.

New Questions

The C1 module is still the flavour of the month on the website, with plenty of new questions there, many of them free to access. For example Are there roots?

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MathsBank Blog

Why not follow the MathsBank Blog? Just click the 'Follow' button on the right-hand side of the page. Among the goodies from the last few weeks:
  We take a look at the possibility of a new era in super-computing, brought about by some incredible mathematics.

  We take a sneak preview of the European Girls Mathematical Olympiad, to take place in April 2012. If you're female, at school and good at maths, this might be for you.

Finally, we continue to follow the saga of tuition fees, with the latest on which universities are going to be charging what.

That's all for now.

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March 2011

Welcome to your March newsletter from MathsBank . It's just a quick message to bring you up to date on the latest news from the site.

Offers for Renewing Subscribers

If you had a subscription that has now expired at MathsBank.co.uk, we hope you found the site useful in your teaching or your revision. We are now running a special offer until the end of March. To all existing or previous subscribers, we can offer you any new subscription at 25% off the price shown on the website. You will not see this offer on the website. If you wish to take it up, please reply to this email with subject line 'March Offer' and we will send instructions on how to proceed.

New Questions

Just thought we'd point out that there are plenty of new questions on the site this month, particularly if you are interested in the C1 module. For example this on completing the square.

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MathsBank Blog

And finally, don't forget the MathsBank Blog. Since we last spoke:

  We look back on the life of Caleb Gattegno, educator, inventor, mathematician and linguist, who was born 100 years ago this year.

  Secondly, we chart the  ever-growing list of universities willing, or compelled, to charge its students the highest possible fees from next year, when legislation allows them to do so.  Note to sixth form students: start saving.

That's all for now, Luke.

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February 2011

Welcome to the February MathsBank newsletter. Here's a quick message to bring you up to date with the latest news from the site.

Discounts for referrals

According to our Google Analytics, it has been the busiest month ever on both the main site and the MathsBank Blog. This is also reflected in the number of positive comments we've had from our users.

As we said last month, we will soon be opening up a referrals scheme. Users will be able to refer a friend or colleague, who will then get their own subscription at half price. If you are interested in the referral scheme, there will shortly be more information about it on the MathsBank website. Alternatively, you can email us and we will send you some information on how to get started.

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MathsBank Blog

So, what's been happening on the MathsBank Blog? Well:

  We look back on the life of Carl Friedrich Gauss, who was producing his best mathematical works 200 years ago. He was one of the most versatile mathematicians of the last few centuries, making groundbreaking discoveries in statistics, astronomy and number theory.

Secondly, we continue to chart the painful progress of the education secretary Michael Gove in his various reforms of our education system  here  and here .

I think the word they'd use on the news is 'beleaguered'.

That's all for now, Luke.

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January 2011

Welcome back to the MathsBank newsletter for another new term. Here's a quick message to bring you up to date with the latest news from the site.

Discounts for referrals

We will soon be opening up a referrals scheme. Users will be able to refer a friend or colleague, who will then get their own subscription at half price. If you are interested in the referral scheme, there will shortly be more information about it on the MathsBank website. Alternatively, you can email us and we will send you some information on how to get started.

New Functionality for Question Pages

Following the recent change of design on the site, some users pointed out that some of the features they knew and used regularly were no longer as easy to find. We've added a new Actions menu to the question pages to help with commonly used functions. From this menu you can enlarge or reduce the question text, activate the timer and step through the solution to the question.

See it in action, for example, here.

You will need to be logged in to do either of the last two.

Please continue to let us know if you spot anything missing or broken on the site, or if you have any general comments. Your feedback is most appreciated.

MathsBank Blog

Meanwhile, what's been happening on the MathsBank Blog? Well there are a couple of new articles worth mentioning.

  We celebrate the life of Erwin Schrödinger, who died 50 years ago this month. He was one of the great mathematical minds of the 20th century and some of his ideas are now beginning to seem as important as anything else from the last 100 years.

  Secondly, we've got an article on a brief history of randomness, with a link to the BBC Radio 4 programme In Our Time, which aired last week on the same subject. Well worth a read (and a listen).

That's all for now. Wishing you all the best for the new term.

Luke - luke@MathsBank.co.uk - MathsBank.co.uk

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December 2010

Hope you're surviving the icy blast. If you're among the growing number who have broken up for Christmas early, enjoy and make the most of it!

Advent Calendar

  So, we're now entering the final week of the MathsBank Advent Calendar. If you haven't looked at it yet, we've had skaters colliding on the ice, magical Christmas presents, an exposé on the size of bankers' Christmas bonuses, and turkeys voting for Christmas Have fun and enjoy some more Christmas themed resources up until Christmas Eve!

New Design and Freebies

The new look MathsBank site is still there, and many of the resources remain free for the time being. Check out the list of the Most popular free questions on the home page, or in whichever module you're using: C1, M1, etc.

Please continue to let us know if you spot anything missing or broken on the site, or if you have any general comments. Your feedback is most appreciated.

MathsBank Blog

Meanwhile, on the MathsBank Blog there are a couple of new articles worth mentioning.

  We are still following the student protests against the proposed rises in tuition fees, which seem to be getting more vociferous each week.

  Secondly, we are looking back on the life of a woman well-known for her humanitarian work, but less well known as a remarkable pioneering statistician. Florence Nightingale died 100 years ago.

That's all for now, except to wish you all a Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and a relaxing well-earned break.

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November 2010

New Design and Freebies!

There are some very important changes afoot on the MathsBank site - we've been working hard to spruce the place up. We hope you find the new layout more pleasing on the eye and easier to navigate.

What's more, to celebrate the new look, we're making all our resources completely free for the rest of the month of November. Why not take a look?

There may still be a few things to tidy up, so if you spot anything missing or broken on the site, let us know. Please feel free to pass general comments on the new design too. We really value your feedback.

Advent Calendar

Look out next week for the start of the MathsBank Advent Calendar. We'll be promoting some fun Christmas themed resources through the month of December.

MathsBank Blog

Meanwhile, on the MathsBank Blog there are a couple of new articles worth mentioning.

  We reported on the death of the inspirational Benoit Mandelbrot, who pioneered the first research into fractals back in the 1970s. After him, one very famous, infinitely complex (of course) and beautiful fractal is named: the Mandelbrot Set. There is also a stunning deep dive into the Mandelbrot Set on Vimeo.

  Secondly, we paid homage to a mathematician who was probably more of a lucky guesser, Paul the Octopus, who also died recently. I'm sorry, I don't know how I dared to mention the two in the same newsletter... But Paul's uncanny ability to predict the results of World Cup football matches brings about a host of possibilities for discussions on statistics and probability.

Anyway, that's all for now.

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October 2010

Hello from us here at MathsBank. Is your school year going well so far? What do you mean you're stressed out already?

The Browne Report

The big news this week is the Browne Report into the funding of university courses. Since, as one former government minister famously said 'There is no money left', it looks as though the largest burden of university education is going to be taken up by those taking the courses. Are you planning a university career in the next year or two? Are you worried?

MathsBank Blog

We have some very free thoughts on the matter on the MathsBank Blog .

Clare College and Kings Chapel   See our latest post Help! I can't afford to go to uni!.

Galois   We also discuss one of the most inspired and gifted mathematicians ever to live: Évariste Galois.

MathsBank Shop

Remember, if you haven't already taken out a subscription, there are several different subscription packages available. We have recently introduced payment by monthly standing order, which could give you substantial savings, depending on your exact requirements. There should be something there to fit your needs. MathsBank shop.

 

All the best for now.

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December 2011 (copy)

Welcome to the Christmas newsletter from MathsBank.

Hope you've had a good term. As we gear up for the all-important exams in January and the summer, try to take a break for a couple of days over Christmas, relax and forget all about maths.

Free Books

We have teamed up with Orchard Solutions Education to offer you the chance of a free A-Level text book, which will be published next year. In exchange, they are asking you to review one chapter of the book. There is a limited number of books available, so if you are interested in applying, please reply to this email without delay! More details available on reply.

MathsBank Blog

There has been plenty of activity on the MathsBank Blog. Why not click the 'Follow' button on the right-hand side of the page.

Firstly, we discussed the proposals to overhaul the system of applying to university. Would you favour earlier exams if it means more certainty about your applications? We also celebrated the lives of three great mathematicians from very different eras:

  •   Caleb Gattegno, founder of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics, among many other things;
  •   Evariste Galois, precocious but troubled genius from revolutionary France;
  •   Charles Babbage, whose inventions paved the way for today's computers.

Finally another competition. If you can come up with a great ICT resource, win books   for yourself and your school courtesy of MEI and Tarquin .

 

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That's all for now. Wishing you a very happy and relaxing Christmas break.

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