Geometry

Geometry is the branch of mathematics that covers the properties and relationships between points, lines and surfaces. At the key stages, GCSE and A level, it is all about shapes and using formulas and rules to mathematically prove why certain angles are a certain size and how many sides a shape must have given an angle. This dedicated geometry page will cover geometry rules, polygons, angles and even circle geometry. Find the section which is relevant to what you are looking for and then click through to get geometry worksheets and practice questions.

Key Stage Two Geometry

Geometry begins with the naming of shapes and angles. The following should get you started and then there is more KS2 geometry content via the link at the bottom. A polygon is a many sided shape where all of the sides are the same length for example:

Square - 4 Sides

Pentagon – 5 sides

Hexagon – 6 sides

Heptagon – 7 sides

Octagon – 8 sides

Nonagon - 9 Sides

Key Stage Three Geometry

KS3 geometry involves a number of different angle and shape question types. From calculating the angles in parallel and perpendicular lines to polygons and shape questions, there is a lot that is covered in KS3 geometry. Below are some KS3 geometry revision resources you may find useful:

Parallel and perpendicular lines

Geometry Problems Foundation

Interior and Exterior Angles

Circle Geometry

Congruent Shapes

Areas of Shapes

Areas of Circles and Circle Segments

Surface Area

Volume of 3D shapes

GCSE Geometry

Geometry at GCSE level starts to get a little more difficult. There are all of the KS3 topics but they go into more depth and the knowledge and understanding required is greater. The following is a list of GCSE geometry topics and associated revision materials. Simply click through the buttons to get access to GCSE geometry worksheets and questions.

– Parallel and perpendicular lines

– Geometry Problems Foundation

– Interior and Exterior Angles

– Circle Geometry

– Congruent Shapes

– Areas of Shapes

– Areas of Circles and Circle Segments

– Surface Area

– Volume of 3D shapes

– Frustums 

A Level Maths Geometry

There are different types of geometry involved in A Level maths, from coordinate geometry to straight line coordinate geometry. To help students to revise and teachers to teach, we have collected a whole host of A Level maths geometry worksheets, questions and answers. You can find an example of these below:

C1 A Level Maths Coordinate Geometry Curve

A Level Maths Coordinate Geometry Curve Questions

C1 A Level Maths Coordinate Geometry Curve Answers

C1 A Level Maths Straight Line Coordinate Geometry

A Level Maths Straight Line Coordinate Geometry Questions

C1 A Level Maths Straight Line Coordinate Geometry Answers

Click here to see all our A Level Maths revision resources