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Product no: DT0007


The new GCSE 9-1 D&T specifications contain maths requirements that were not in the previous GCSE specifications. These requirements are specifically tested in the exam, where a percentage of the marks are specifically allocated to them.


This resource contains a skill worksheet and a practice worksheet for each of the maths requirements of the specifications. These summarise the knowledge needed and provide practice questions in the style of exam questions, along with worked answers. These worksheets have been prepared by former senior examiners in Mathematics, Design & Technology and Engineering.


This resource includes:

  • Teachers' notes explaining the purpose and effective use of the resource.
  • 16 skill sheets (14 for use across all D&T specifications, 2 for additional content in Edexcel specification), each containing an outline of the relevant maths skill covered, a worked example of a question and a small number of questions for students to attempt.
  • 16 practice sheets linked to the skill sheets above, each containing a series of practice questions for students of an increasing level of difficulty.
  • Six additional 'mixed' numeracy based questions.
  • Mark schemes/worked through answers for all questions asked in the pack.

GCSE Design & Technology (9-1) Numeracy Pack (all GCSE D&T specifications)

£49.00 Regular Price
£39.00Sale Price
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  • All resources are supplied as digital files. They can be printed as many times as you wish and used in any way by your school or college, including storage on a school network drive or virtual learning environment. They must not however be shared with other schools or colleges.

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