For a good few years I've been a member of the TES website, a fantastic source of teaching materials, very many of them shared for free despite the site's increasingly strong encouragement to its contributors to charge for their resources. I've shared a number of my own resources on there; one that has proved particularly popular, with over 20,000 downloads to date, is this PowerPoint on transformations for GCSE (opens in a new window).
I'm also starting to build up a resource bank accessible from my own website, primarily for my tutees' reference, but open to anyone. You can find it using the button below. There's not a huge amount on there at the moment, but it's a start. Where I've used others' resources, I've tried to give credit - for example there's a set of GCSE exam revision booklets with new-style exam questions grouped by topic, created by Pixi of PixiMaths fame, which I've been using extensively as homework for my Year 11 tutees. I've made a few minor tweaks but they're basically her work.
In other news, I'm now up to 14 regular tutees and not taking on any more for the time being. Half them are doing GCSE exams this summer, and most of the others are doing A-level (either AS or A2) - but I have one who's doing an American qualification called the GRE which appears at first glance to be pretty straightforward but actually serves as a hurdle to entry to a number of very prestigious universities in various parts of the world and involves some very challenging questions under extremely tight time constraints.
Rehearsals for Pirates are going well (tickets available from www.stamps-solihull.co.uk, £14 including a fish-and-ship supper, and selling quickly!) and from initially being cast as a pirate and policeman, I've now been promoted to pirate and maiden (despite being a little long in the tooth for such a role - but since the entire plot requires considerable suspension of disbelief, that's not too major an issue), which means a lot more choreography to remember. All good fun!