Doddle A-Level Maths contains hundreds of brilliant resources for your in-class teaching, all mapped to the latest specifications, for all major exam boards.
These resources have all been designed to support teachers and students through higher levels of study.
Our whole-class presentations, interactive activities and ready built lessons make sure your topics are covered in an easy to follow and engaging way.
AL Maths Presentations
AL Maths Quizzes
Our wide variety of self-marking, tablet compatible quizzes and tests can be easily set and collected through students' secure online accounts.
Students can independently access all Doddle content, including revision activities with instant feedback and formative recap slides. You can also set work for individuals wherever they need extra help.
AL Maths Revision
AL Maths Markbook
Doddle’s online markbook automatically records all students' activities, scores and confidence ratings, so you can easily track your classes' results.
Attainment and progress
Doddle Progress

Doddle A-Level Maths also includes access to Doddle Progress and personal learning checklists that cover KS5 specifications.

Integrated diagnostic testing and individual reports mean your students will benefit from personalised, meaningful next steps. Teacher and departmental reporting mean you have the tools to rigorously analyse the data to identify what to cover next.

In-school visit

In this free meeting we will discuss your schools needs and give you a tour of:

Doddle's comprehensive resources

Our online homework platform

Doddle Progress reporting



A departmental Doddle subscription will give your teachers:

KS5 curriculum coverage for teaching, homework and revision

A departmental homework solution

An automatic online markbook

Ongoing customer support

See what Doddle can do for your school

Book a free in-school visit at a time and date to suit you. You can meet with one of our Education Consultants to find out more about how Doddle can help you improve outcomes.

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