In Years 7 the Maths Connect Series are the main resources used along with ‘in house’ resources. Please see link to which topics are studied at a particular national curriculum level.

Number

Algebra

Shape and space

Data handling

In Years 8 the Maths Connect Series are the main resources used along with ‘in house’ resources. Please see link to which topics are studied at a particular national curriculum level.

Number

Algebra

Shape and space

Data handling

In Year 9 the Mymaths textbook Series are the main resources used along with ‘in house’ resources. Please see link to which topics are studied at a particular national curriculum level.

Number

Algebra

Shape and space

Data handling

The school’s key stage four mathematics programmes of study place a renewed emphasis on problem-solving, functionality and mathematical thinking. There is a greater emphasis in examinations on the assessment of applying mathematics and using mathematics to solve problems, and some questions are now set in contexts that students should be expected to deal with in the real world.

The 2017 Specification for the Mathematics GCSE has two tiers of study and is graded using grades 1-9:

__Foundation tier: __

Where grades 1 up to 5 may be achieved.

__Higher tier: __

Where grades 4 up to 9 are possible.

- The GCSE is entirely assessed by written examination, which means that no coursework will be expected from any student.
- The GCSE is assessed through three 1 hour and 30 minute examination papers.
- The content of the GCSE Mathematics specifications has been grouped into the topic areas of Number, Algebra, Geometry, Measures, Statistics and Probability.

The school’s key stage four mathematics programmes of study place a renewed emphasis on problem-solving, functionality and mathematical thinking. There is a greater emphasis in examinations on the assessment of applying mathematics and using mathematics to solve problems, and some questions are now set in contexts that students should be expected to deal with in the real world.

The 2017 Specification for the Mathematics GCSE has two tiers of study and is graded using grades 1-9:

__Foundation tier: __

Where grades 1 up to 5 may be achieved.

__Higher tier: __

Where grades 4 up to 9 are possible.

- The GCSE is entirely assessed by written examination, which means that no coursework will be expected from any student.
- The GCSE is assessed through three 1 hour and 30 minute examination papers.
- The content of the GCSE Mathematics specifications has been grouped into the topic areas of Number, Algebra, Geometry, Measures, Statistics and Probability.

Edexcel A level Mathematics and Further Maths are currently offered. Students study the AS course in year 12 and have internal examinations to assess their progress at the end of the academic year. Pearson maths textbooks are used for these courses. Each textbook comes packed with additional online content that supports independent learning

__Maths__

The maths course is split into three modules.

Pure maths – 66.67% of the qualification

Statistics – 16.67% of the qualification

Mechanics – 16.67% of the qualification

The full specification can be found here: Mathematics Specification

__Further maths__

The further maths course is split into three modules.

Core pure maths – 50% of the qualification

Further pure 1 – 25% of the qualification

Decision maths – 25% of the qualification

The full specification can be found here: Mathematics Specification

Edexcel A2 Mathematics and Further Maths are currently offered. Pearson maths textbooks are used for these courses. Each textbook comes packed with additional online content that supports independent learning.

__Maths__

The maths course is split into three modules.

Pure maths - 66.67% of the qualification

Statistics - 16.67% of the qualification

Mechanics - 16.67% of the qualification

The full specification can be found here: Mathematics Specification

__Further Maths__

The further maths course is split into three modules

Core pure maths - 50% of the qualification

Further pure 1 - 25% of the qualification

Decision maths - 25% of the qualifications

The full specification can be found here: Mathematics Specification