Down the years I've written lots of maths resources, mainly for the A Level classroom.

Risps
A Collection of Forty Open-ended Investigative Activities for the A Level Pure Mathematics Classroom
www.risps.co.uk

Making Statistics Vital
A Collection of Forty Activities for the A Level Statistics Classroom
www.making-statistics-vital.co.uk

Carom
A Collection of Forty Activities bridging from the A Level Pure Mathematics Classroom to University Maths.
www.carom-maths.co.uk

The Proving Ground
An introduction to mathematical proof via forty problems,
half of which are resolved and half of which are not.
Available as a free pdf from the Association of Teachers of Mathematics on this link!

Reviews

Maths teachers! Stop what you are doing and get this now!
An absolutely fantastic new book from the wonderful @therispguy.
Intriguing problems supported by detailed discourse.
A great addition to the canon of mathematics teaching.

Mark McCourt @EmathsUK

Loving The Proving Ground by @therispguy;
a masterclass in how everyone can at least make a start on the most intractable of problems.
Some wonderful quotes too!

@positivenumbers

Love The Proving Ground!
Colin Foster

Further Risps

A collection of forty investigative activities for the Further Maths A Level classroom.
Available as a free pdf on this link!

Reviews

This book has reminded me that it is too easy to teach in a routine way,
doing just enough to help the students through the next exercise.
It offers great questions for students to work on on their own,
helping them gain in confidence and understanding as they do so.
These are often our most capable students,
and and this book will significantly deepen and enrich their mathematical experience.
I look forward to using some of these tasks with my class this year,
and I strongly recommend this book for anyone teaching the Further Mathematics course.

Peter Hall, Mathematical Gazette Review, November 2020

A brilliant book.

Collen Young

A tremendous set of resources.

Mike Ollerton

Ritangle

I've written (together with Roger Thetford) the questions for the first six Ritangles.
These can be found below;

2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

Digitisers

Write down a mathematical statement, and then rub out the digits 1 to 6 once each.
The puzzle becomes, can your student work out how to replace the missing digits truthfully?

A collection of fifty puzzles for the late GCSE/ early A Level classroom.
Available as a free pdf from the Association of Teachers of Mathematics on this link!

If you have any copyright worries or complaints about any music, image or words on this site,