**Rich Tasks****Posters****Proof****Multiple Choice Questions**; this post includes the Multiple Choice questions from the Oxford Admissions test; an important addition is**this collection is available on the Underground Mathematics site**which also provides suggestions and solutions.**A post for students**has also been added to Mathematics for Students.**Standard Form resources**– including**Is that a big number?**I like the**Numbers in The News**section of this site.**A Level Reform**– and**Specifications and Sample Assessment Materials**; note the Edexcel Oct 16 documents**Iterative Techniques**– this has proved to be very popular; updated again with Mr Carter’s really useful**questions on iteration**.

This site has a great collection of topics.

**Happy Birthday Nrich! **To celebrate Nrich’s 20th Birthday they have been digging in the archives and freshening up some old problems. This is still one of the best websites around and one I have been using for a long time! See also their **Hidden Treasures. **and the** Teacher Birthday Feature.**

The** Maths Careers **site is managed and maintained by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications. If your students wonder where Mathematics is used they will find plenty of answers here. See for example **Who employs mathematicians? **We even have **9 Maths skills you need to win the Great British Bake Off**!

Note the **Poster Competition** closing in January 2017 for UK students age 11 to 18. The entries will be judges in three categories Years 7 and 8, Years 9, 10 and 11 and Years 12 and 13.

For some brilliant Puzzles and Games resources – see **celebration of mind** and **more resources here**.

Find out more about **Celebration of Mind**.

More posts in the **Mathematical Miscellany category**.