Here you will find resources that are a mix of topics that can support all areas of pupils knowledge and understanding.

AQA Practice set 4 Foundation Goal Free problems - The AQA practice set 4 Foundation papers for the 9-1 GCSE adapted by @MrODonovan

Edexcel Specimen Papers 1 Goal Free - The complete set of the Edexcel Specimen paper set 1 adapted to be goal free (as best as is possible!)

Mixed Foundation Problems - A set of 33 Foundation problems adapted to be goal free. Thanks to Mark Greenaway (@suffolkmaths)

Mixed Higher Problems - A set of 43 Higher problems adapted to be goal free. Thanks to Mark Greenaway (@suffolkmaths)

Mixed Exam style questions - A set of 65 questions, some targeted specifically at Higher topics. The space for pupils to create questions and answers has the choice of being structured (space for 4 questions and answers) or unstructured (completely open space). Thanks to Miss A Banks (@MissBanksMaths)

EMaths Adapted KS2 Reasoning Paper 1 - A Key Stage 2 reasoning paper adapted to be goal free. With thanks to Mark McCourt (@Emaths) for allowing me to use his papers.

AQA Practice set 4 Foundation Goal Free problems - The AQA practice set 4 Foundation papers for the 9-1 GCSE adapted by @MrODonovan

Edexcel Specimen Papers 1 Goal Free - The complete set of the Edexcel Specimen paper set 1 adapted to be goal free (as best as is possible!)

Mixed Foundation Problems - A set of 33 Foundation problems adapted to be goal free. Thanks to Mark Greenaway (@suffolkmaths)

Mixed Higher Problems - A set of 43 Higher problems adapted to be goal free. Thanks to Mark Greenaway (@suffolkmaths)

Mixed Exam style questions - A set of 65 questions, some targeted specifically at Higher topics. The space for pupils to create questions and answers has the choice of being structured (space for 4 questions and answers) or unstructured (completely open space). Thanks to Miss A Banks (@MissBanksMaths)

EMaths Adapted KS2 Reasoning Paper 1 - A Key Stage 2 reasoning paper adapted to be goal free. With thanks to Mark McCourt (@Emaths) for allowing me to use his papers.

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