Dear God, Bless us with clarity and understanding. Strengthen our problem-solving skills and grant us knowledge to make accurate calculations. May this time of learning be fruitful. Amen.
Head of Department
Other teaching staff
Mr Al-Jumaili, Mr Doe, Miss E Clancey, Mr O'Carroll
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In Year 7 and 8, Maths is taught following a concentric model. This allows topics to be revisited several times to help all pupils to develop their mathematical skills.
GCSE Maths is taught in Year 9,10 and 11. Topics are taught in an order that builds pupils’ understanding of the content and improves their confidence in problem solving. The syllabus is differentiated to enable candidates to show their ability in the subject. There are two overlapping tiers of entry for the GCSE:
- Foundation tier - grades 1 to 5 available
- Higher tier - grades 4 to 9 available
- Additional Maths
- Weekly Numeracy Quiz
People with a Mathematics degree and other qualifications can go into: accounting, medicine, engineering, forensic pathology, finance, business consultancy, teaching, IT games development, scientific research, programming, the Civil Service, design, construction and astrophysics, to name but a few opportunities.
If you have any further questions please email the Head of Department.