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  • 11 July 2022

    Pre-IB Preparation

    Hello,  We hope you are all enjoying the summer.  We are writing to draw your attention to a couple of new pages that should be useful for many of you or your colleagues this summer.  Here is the pre-IB preparation page. It is full of videos,...

  • 11 April 2022

    Preparing for your May Exams

    1. Make a revision schedule. Revising little and often is far more effective to help you remember than trying to cram it all in just before the exam. You could use the Question Bank to complete 5 or 10 questions a day on the topics you have...

  • 16 January 2022

    Preparing for Mock Exams?

      1. Make a revision schedule. Revising little and often is far more effective to help you remember than trying to cram it all in just before the exam. You could use the Question Bank to complete 5 or 10 questions a day on the topics you...

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  • Functions

    2.1 & 2.2 Introducing Functions

    Functions are extraordinary algebraic and visual tools which allow us to understand and analyse relationships. In this section you will learn exactly what a function is and how to find a function's inverse, alongside developing a more nuanced...

  • Geometry and Trigonometry

    3.5 & 3.6 Perpendicular Bisectors & Voronoi Diagrams

    In this fascinating topic, we will delve into the wonderful world of Voronoi diagrams. This includes creating Voronoi diagrams with perpendicular bisectors, adding a new site, nearest neighbour interpolation and the toxic waste dump problem....

  • Number and Algebra Free

    The Number and Algebra section of the site.

  • Functions

    2.5 Linear models

    Commonly seen in the form y = f(x) = mx + c where m represents the gradient/rate of change of the function and c is the y-intercept, where x = 0. These models are a fundamental bit of algebra that come up again and again. they are also fairly...

  • Question Bank Free

    Here you can find our question bank! Over 1500 questions, specifically made to check your knowledge of the course. You can sort by difficulty or topic, and chose between 5, 10, 15 or 20 questions to practice.

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