I have just taken over a KS3 maths class who are largely used to textbook work. They hate it and so do I. However I've not taught KS3 maths for about 10 years and am struggling a bit to find books or websites that have something exciting and yet robust enough to ensure rapid learning and progress. I'm recently used to teaching KS1 and there are zillions of websites and books of ideas for practical, group work, problem solving, etc, before that KS2 and again heaps of bits around and about. I think probably in my previous life I did mainly rely on textbooks for KS3 classes, with the odd 'thinking maths' or 'magic maths' session as a one off here and there. However I don't want to go back to that, but am struggling to find anything more. Nrich are fine for applying knowledge, but are still largely sitting at a desk and writing. This class have had a rough time, maths wise, over the last year or two and so I want to inspire and enthuse as well as enable them to 'catch up'. What do you all use?