A Level Mathematics
Science and Mathematics
We are only accepting one application per candidate.
What will you be working towards?
||GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
This is a course for students who have had success in GCSE Maths and wish to study the subject in more depth, either because they enjoy Maths for its own sake or to give in-depth support to other AS/A Level courses. A wide variety of teaching methods are used including use of interactive whiteboards and formal teaching. Students will also be encouraged to explore new ideas with strong teacher support.
Topics covered in the course include pure topics such as Algebra, Differentiation and Integration. In addition to this, the course will cover some statistics topics which will include probability, satistical sampling and data interpretation, as well as Mechanics topics which will include kinematics and Newton's Law.
Some of our very able mathematicians, who are intending to study Maths or Engineering at university, may be offered the opportunity to work towards AS Further Maths using blended learning methods. All Maths students participate in a variety of enrichm
How will it be delivered?
Assessment at A Level is by exam at the end of two years.
Paper 1 - 2 hour exam 33 1/3 % Total
Papet 2 - 2 hour exam, 33 1/3 % Total
Paper 3 - 2 hour exam, 33 1/3 % Total
5 GCSEs at grade A*-C/9-5 including
Grade C/4 or above in English Language
Grade B/6 or above in Maths and
pass the Algebra assessment at enrolment.
Your next steps...
A Level Mathematics is a useful (sometimes essential) qualification for careers in business, accounting, actuarial work, computing, science, engineering, technology, operational research, teaching, civil service, surveying etc. It is also highly respected as a qualification in its own right.