These are a few sites you should definitely check out!
The best tool I have ever seen for identifying misconceptions among students. Seriously set up a class on here, do a few lessons with them using it and check out the interactive ‘insights’ diagram!
Great blog with lots of excellent ideas.
A great source of rich, engaging problems.
Some wonderful activities for A-level students.
Mentoring questions produced by the UKMT for students. They also do schemes for different ages.
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"Thanks Owen. Really appreciated you sharing this. This will save me and others lots of time."Duran5
"Thanks so much for putting all of this together to share with everyone - brilliant! It must have taken ages (7 years +) and is greatly appreciated."paulcollins
"Thanks so much - I've been teaching for 17 years and only ever dreamed of such excellent resources. I cannot praise you enough for you sharing these resources which are a monument to so much work. Wow!"246rosie
"Only had it a week and it's already become my 'go to first' resource planner! Fabulous staff, thank you so much!"Mrmcdonnellmaths
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"Big thank you for sharing such a well organised library of resources. It is already proving invaluable in giving me the flexibility to respond to and address particular students' needs this year!"Juggler234
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"Really great - thank you so much, and very clear instructions on how to access this. Will be very useful for September."haydar01