Your personal online Maths teacher

  • Interactive lessons with exceptionally clear explanations

  • Dynamic questions give unlimited practice of the concepts explained in the lesson

  • Full worked solutions always available

  • Built in common errors tell you what you did wrong when you give an incorrect answer

  • Easier Question option provides a stepping stone where necessary

  • Progress Chart

  • Weekly targets based on your Target Grade and Progress Chart

  • Regular prompts to revisit completed lessons until Mastery achieved to ensure learning retention 

  • Comprehensive statistics

  • Live Chat

  • Created by an experienced Maths teacher

Are you now in Year 11 (from September 2020)?

Are you taking your GCSE Maths exam in Summer 2021?

Are you hoping to achieve a Grade 3, 4 or 5?

If so then this website has been created for you.



Note that your progress in the sample lessons is not retained

In each lesson you are initially presented with a summary of the key points and a worked example. To complete the lesson you must give five correct answers in a row to the questions. The questions are computer generated and provide unlimited practice of the concept being taught in the lesson.


Pressing the “More explanation” button will give you a full explanation together with additional worked examples. You can answer the questions at any time. If you give an incorrect answer you will be given a full worked solution so that you can see where you went wrong. You can also see the worked solution instead of answering the question if you wish by pressing the “Show solution” button.


If you are finding it difficult to answer the questions correctly despite using the full explanation notes and the worked solutions, you can press the “Easier question” button. The Easier Questions come with their own accompanying notes and again full worked solutions are provided if you get them wrong. Once you have given a correct answer the questions revert to normal. However, you can have an Easier Question at any time by pressing the “Easier question” button. The Easier Questions are     designed as stepping stones to the main questions.


Common errors that students make are built in, so if you give an incorrect answer you may find that you are told specifically where you went wrong. This will be at the end of the worked solution.


If despite all this you are still having difficulty, or if there is something specific you want to ask, you can contact me directly using the Live Chat feature of this website. This costs £1 per message. Credits are bought in advance up to a maximum of five. However, the website itself should provide everything you need most, if not all, of the time.


Your progress for each lesson is indicated at the top of the screen by a coloured square. These are also shown all together in your Progress Chart. The numbers in the squares show how many more correct answers in a row are needed to turn the square green. The numbers in the green squares show how many weeks away you are from achieving Mastery for that lesson. This is explained below.

Progress for each lesson:


Green means the lesson has been completed and you understand the concept explained in the lesson. This is achieved by giving five correct answers in a row.

Dark green shows the lesson has been Mastered. For a period of ten weeks you must give a correct answer every two weeks, when the square turns blue.


White means that no questions have yet been answered.


Yellow means that only correct answers have been given to the questions.


Orange means that both correct and incorrect answers have been given to the questions.


Red means that a large proportion of incorrect answers have been given to the questions.


Blue means that a correct answer must now be given to work towards mastery.

Answers to the Easier Questions have no effect on your progress for the lesson, whether answered correctly or incorrectly. You can have the notes for the lesson displayed when you are answering the questions, unless you are one or two correct answers away from turning the square green or if the square is blue, in which case the notes will be hidden and the "Show solution" button also will be unavailable. You can hide the notes yourself at any time if you wish by pressing the "Hide notes" button.


Once a square has turned green it will never go back to orange or red, regardless of any incorrect answers you may give. It takes a minimum of ten weeks to achieve Mastery for a lesson and this is done by giving a correct answer each time the square turns blue, which happens every two weeks. If you give an incorrect answer when the square is blue then the ten week period will start again. It is a good idea to keep practising the questions so that you can be sure of giving correct answers when the squares are blue. It is by revisiting material and correctly answering questions over a period of time that ensures what you have learnt does not get forgotten.


New lessons will be made available each week. Lessons cover key concepts and techniques, as well as problem solving and exam style questions. Once a lesson has appeared on the website you will be able to access it at any time. Targets will be set for you each week based around the new lessons for the week as well as your target grade and your progress with previous lessons. By the end of March all key topics needed to achieve Grades 3, 4 and 5 will have been covered. From April onwards the focus will be revision of the lessons already provided.

All subscriptions last until Sunday 20th June 2021, regardless of when purchased. The final Maths exam is on 15th June. Subscriptions cost £49 and have a 30-day money back guarantee. New lessons will become available every Monday.

To create an account you need to provide the name of the student (which will be displayed on screen and used to log in), and the name and email address of the person providing payment. You will also need to provide a password. All payments are made using PayPal, although you can also pay by cheque if you contact me before creating an account.


You can only be logged in on one device or browser at a time. If you want to switch to a different device or browser you must log out from the original device or browser first. Your progress data is stored in a remote database so that you can use different devices and browsers and to prevent accidental loss of the data.


This website is available on desktop computers, laptops and tablets (e.g. iPads). It is not available on phones. All major browsers are supported. However, you should look at the sample lessons on the device and browser you intend to use to ensure compatibility. Although all major browsers are supported, this website is optimised for use with Google Chrome. You should use the most up-to-date version of your browser if possible. Note that you should use the buttons on the website to navigate between pages rather than the Back and Forward buttons in your browser.


This website uses local browser storage. Clearing local browser storage will cause you to be logged out from the website, so you must log out yourself before doing this to avoid problems logging back in. The same applies to clearing browsing data or clearing cookies and other site data since these actions will also clear local storage.


Your subscription comes with a 30-day money back guarantee. If during this period you decide that you don't want to continue using this website you can press the "Cancel subscription" button on the main page and receive a refund (minus the £1.72 PayPal fee that I paid for the original transaction).

A minimum of two new lessons will become available every Monday until the end of March. After this time the focus will be on revision. The following lessons will be available on Monday 21st September:

  • Converting fractions to decimals using a calculator

  • Converting fractions to percentages using a calculator

  • Expressing one number as a percentage of another 1

  • Expressing one number as a percentage of another 2

  • Pythagoras' Theorem 1

  • Pythagoras' Theorem 2

  • Interpreting Frequency Tables

The following lessons will be available on Monday 28th September:

  • Pythagoras' Theorem problem solving 1

  • Pythagoras' Theorem problem solving 2

  • Mean from a frequency table

  • Mean for grouped data

Richard Jones

Teacher of Mathematics

I am an experienced Maths teacher, having taught in secondary schools for 20 years. Despite the demand for Maths teachers, instead of continuing in the classroom I have decided to create a website to support students with their preparation for their GCSE Maths exam. Work was started on the website at the beginning of 2019 and I am now ready to accept students who are hoping to achieve Grades 3, 4 and 5 in the summer of 2021.

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©Richard Jones 2020