It is very important to become an independent learner - after all you will be the one sitting the exam, nobody will do it for you. As well as the work and activities we do in each session, and the homework you will complete, it is extremely useful to gain as much knowledge as possible about the subject. Click each link below to find some useful websites to help you at home in your studies.
Here you can find lessons and videos for each Maths topic for KS1, KS2 and KS3 including GCSE. It doesn't have any practice exam questions, however at the end of each topic there is a short quiz to test your knowledge.
This is for GCSE exam practice. Here you can find full past papers with solutions and mark schemes. There is also a list of topics by grade, with plenty of questions to practice.
You probably have a login for this website from your school if they use it. It is a great website for KS2, KS3 and KS4. You can find plenty of interactive lessons and practice questions, as well as games and activities.
The following links take you to the specific exam board websites. Here you can find all of the information you will need regarding your exam; past papers, mark schemes, grade boundaries, exam dates, as well as any changes regarding the exams. It is extremely important that you know what is expected of you for your specific exam board - make sure you know which one your school is using!