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Teaching/Learning Resources

11 + and Independent/Grammar School Entry

  • 11 Plus Guide have a range of links that provide guidance on the entry process, including interviews and sample examination papers across Maths, English and Verbal Reasoning
  • CGP provides some examples of 11+ practice tests, along with answer sheets, for Verbal Reasoning, non-Verbal Reasoning and Mathematics.
  • Cheadle Hulme School provides guidance on the scope of their Year 7 entry examination and samples of 11+ examinations in Maths and English
  • Kings School, Macclesfield provide guidelines and sample papers for their Year 7 entry examinations in English, Maths and Verbal Reasoning.
  • Manchester Grammar School provides sample papers for their Year 7 entry examinations in Arithmetic, English Comprehension and English.
  • Manchester High School for Girls provides a sample of of their Year 7 entry examination, covering English and Mathematics
  • PiAcademy provides a wide range of resources including Key Stage 1 and 11 + papers along with answers
  • Stockport Grammar School provides a sample of their 11+ entrance examinations in English, mathermatics and Verbal Reasoning
  • Withington Girls School provides sample papers for their Year 7 entry examinations in Mathematics, English Essay and English Comprehension.

SATs

  • The Government provides National Curriculum Assessment information (Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2), along with sample assessment papers
  • PiAcademy provides a wide range of resources including Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 SAT’s papers along with answers
  • SATs Papers is a ready source of information about SATs and provides a range of previous papers
  • SATs Papers Guide provides a range of resources including guides and sample papers for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 tests

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**Please note that Cheshire Tutors accepts no responsibility for the content available through 3rd party providers and the above links are for guidance only.

GCSE Practice Papers/Questions

  • AQA Past Papers – find past papers across the range of GSCE subjects
  • Edexcel Past Papers – Pearson provides a comprehensive list of subjects for which they can provide examples of past papers
  • GCSE Guide – this site provides a series of links to a range of GCSE subjects from a number of exam boards
  • MathsMadeEasy – this site provides past papers in maths from a number of exam boards
  • RevisionWorld – this site provides a series of links to a range of GCSE subjects from a number of exam boards
  • School Entrance Tests – providing a range of practice papers in English, Maths, Science and Humanities

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**Please note that Cheshire Tutors accepts no responsibility for the content available through 3rd party providers and the above links are for guidance only.

Study Guides and Aids

  • BBC Bitesize offers content that helps support learning and revision across Primary and Secondary education
  • Collins Education offers a range of study aids for Primary and Secondary testing and examinations.
  • CorbettMaths has a range of study cards, videos, worksheets etc. for Primary, Further Maths and GCSE Maths
  • EnglishBiz is a website that provides a range of support materials for English Language and Literature GCSE
  • Get Revising provides a range of revision support for GCSE and A levels across a broad range fo subjects
  • Gojima is an award winning site moble application that aids revision for GCSE, A Level, IB, iGCSE, 11+, 13+ Common Entrance exams
  • Maths Made Easy offers a range of study aids at Key Stages 1, 2 and 3 for Maths and English and also has study aids for GCSE Maths, English, Science and A Level Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English etc.
  • Maths Genie provides study/revision support for KS2, GCSE and A level Maths
  • Mr Barton Maths offers a range of study aids including workshop, puzzles, podcats and blog material for Key Stage 2, GCSE, and A level Maths
  • Oxfordowl provides a wide range of information in respect of study guides, books, SATs, phonics check, home learning and  11 plus and assessment materials.
  • Studywise offers support across a range of subjects for revision for GCSE and A levels

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**Please note that Cheshire Tutors accepts no responsibility for the content available through 3rd party providers and the above links are for guidance only.

Miscellaneous Links/Websites

  • COVID-19 – the government have generated a list of online educational resources to that can be used to help children learn at home
  • First News – is a weekly newspaper aimed at 7 to 14-year-olds that aims to get kids talking about the news in an easy to understand and non-threatening way
  • NewsforKids – real news, told simply
  • Newswise – the Guardian provides a summary of links to news sources suitable for children and young adults
  • BBC History – is a website containing articles and videos that are well-written, well-produced, and cover every topic you might be interested in
  • CoolMath – nearly every video game, or fun smartphone app is based around maths. Contrary to popular belief, maths is actually fun and this website provides a wealth of games to try
  • Discovery Kids – is a website packed with games, videos and pictures that will educate young, curious minds about all things natural.
  • Duolingo – is a website that helps students learn a language. When it comes to written grammar, spelling and vocabulary, Duolingo has been nothing short of a game changer
  • Khan Academy – is an online resource offering mini-lessons in a variety of subjects, the website is a goldmine for learners and for those who just need to brush up on their own knowledge.
  • National Geographic for Kids – provides a website chock full of graded stories, games and colourful pictures. The perfect companion to any fascinating science or geography toipics
  • NASA Kids – as well as broadening their knowledge of all things-space related, children can also learn about NASA’s current pioneering exhibitions, presented in a way they can understand and connect with
  • Periodic Table App – as well as displaying all of the elements in the classic chart, the application also contains extra information about each element, such as when they were discovered and the origins
  • Tap Quizz Maps–  this site allows students are able to move around the world map, stopping and clicking on any country they wish to test their geographical knowledge
  • Rooke Mathsis the perfect antidote to any younger learner (around 6 – 11) who is, shall we say, struggling to find the fun side of mathematics
  • YouTube MinutePhysics – is a channel that contains lots of short explanatory videos about physics topics
  • YouTube Nova – is a channel that contains a broad range of videos on science subjects and questions
  • YouTube Numberphile – is a channel that contains short videos covering a range of maths topics
  • YouTube Smithsonian – is a channel that has a large variety of videos in art, design, history, science, technology and culture
  • YouTube WonderWhy – is a channel that contains short videos on a whole range of geography and history topics

More to follow….

**Please note that Cheshire Tutors accepts no responsibility for the content available through 3rd party providers and the above links are for guidance only.