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Hello. I’m John Doyle. Welcome to Irby Maths!

This website describes some of the mathematics resources I devised during my teaching career. I’ve rewritten them to take account of changes to GCSE and A-level syllabi. Some titles just contain questions for revision (answers included). Other resources are more extensive and contain notes, examples and questions ranging from beginner to GCSE standard. 

Two other examples of my resources are shown below:

Free download on algebraic simplifications up to GCSE Level by Irby Maths
Download "Simplifications" for FREE. This pdf worksheet has 36 questions up to GCSE standard with separate answers.
Downloadable notes, worked examples and questions on trigonometry by Irby Maths
Download "Trigonometry" for £3.00. This pdf resource of 20 pages contains a detailed introduction with worked examples. Three exercises totalling over 60 questions with separate answers are included.

Pupils, parents, teachers and home tutors can securely download these pdf resources from my Irby Maths Shop (powered by Payhip). Alternatively, these resources are also available from my Irby Maths TES Shop on a website run by The Times Educational SupplementSome are FREE to download whilst others can be downloaded for a small fee.

The NumberAlgebraGeometry, Statistics and Miscellaneous pages give more information about these resources. Further titles will be added as time allows.

These resources worked well for me both in class and for home tuition and so I hope you will find them useful.

Why not download the FREE worksheet “Simplifications” right now? Just click on the link or the image, follow the instructions and “Simplifications” will be emailed to your inbox within seconds.

Latest Additions to Irby Maths Shop:

Set of nine, downloadable, revision exercises at GCSE Level with answers by Irby Maths
Download "Nine GCSE Maths Revision Exercises" for £3.00
Downloadable questions up to GCSE Level on graphs of the form y= mx + c by Irby Maths
Download "Graphs of Linear Equations" for £3.00
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