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This title has been written specifically for primary schools teaching a UK based curriculum. Written with an international focus it is designed for primary pupils from a range of backgrounds to prepare them for studying mathematics at secondary level
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Endorsed for Edexcel, this Student Book provides full support for A Level Maths (2017 specification). Bridging units at the start of each Year 1 chapter provide the perfect springboard to support students in their transition from GCSE. Concise recap sections and abundant fluency-style questions ensure the whole class can be brought to the same level of readiness for A Level. The main chapters cover the full specification across pure, mechanics and statistics. Clear and concise explanations are supported by extensive worked examples showing key techniques and common pitfalls. For each topic, students can check their understanding with a fluency-style exercise before advancing to a dedicated problem-solving exercise. This Student Book supports the major changes in assessment style for the 2017 specification, with an assessment at the end of each chapter written in the new exam style, and with revision exercises that test synoptically across the syllabus. The Year 2 calculus coverage has been updated to support Edexcel's new specification content (revised in 2018). Short answers are in the back of the book, while full step-by-step solutions are provided free online. MyMaths links appear at the bottom of all exercises, providing a quick route to further practice and support. Additional support is available online via Oxford's widely acclaimed Kerboodle platform.