Chelsea style in AQA GCSE Maths – Free functional maths activity!

The BBC, as usual, have great coverage of the Chelsea Flower Show (which is, again as usual, a sell-out event). Arguably the Tatton Flower Show (21 to 25 July this year) is better because it’s more accessible (code for ‘not in London’).

For the budding gardeners among your students, our AQA GCSE Mathematics for Middle Sets Student Book includes this Roof garden activity that will tick some boxes with functional maths.

Roof garden functional maths

Click here  to get a PDF of the two-page spread.

Here are the Teacher Notes to go with it. And the answers!

If you’re already familiar with the AQA Functional Maths spec, this is mostly Level 2: area, perimeter and volume; it needs Level 1 ability to construct geometric diagrams and models. Dig in!

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