Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
I would just like to take a moment to thank everyone for using Corbettmaths this year. 2016 has been the busiest year for the website, both in terms of resources added and also the number of people viewing the site.
The charity SHINE have really supported me with the creation of the textbook exercises, which will be put together as freely downloadable eBooks. They supported me through 28 days off work in June/July 2016 and plan to help with with a further 30 days in June/July 2017. If you have a project which can help raise attainment in disadvantaged students, keep an eye out for the Let Teachers Shine competition in 2017.
So I just want to say a big thank you for your messages and for recommending the website to others.
2016 has been an exciting year for Corbettmaths. There has been much added to the website:
Also there has been the addition of the Corbettmaths GCSE Revision Cards
Record number of views
This year has been a special year for the website, with nearly 10,500,000 views. This is a big increase from 4,800,000 in 2015 and 750,000 in 2014. Again thank you!
Over the past 5 years of working on the website, I have been teaching a full timetable as well as extra school responsibilities. Although I absolutely love teaching, it has been hard juggling work, the website and having a young family.
In 2017, I will begin teaching part-time and also will be relocating to Northern Ireland (don’t worry I will still focus on AQA/Edexcel/OCR/WJEC as well as CCEA). On that note, if there’s a maths teaching job coming up in September 2017 onwards in your school in Northern Ireland, I’d love to hear from you 😀
With the extra time to dedicate to the website, I will be focusing on:
- Completing the GCSE eBooks (supported by SHINE)
- Creating the primary 5-a-day (again supported by SHINE)
- Adding lots of GCSE videos and practice questions
- Creating a primary section with practice questions and videos
- Then I will be focusing on A-level resources.