This course is designed to extend knowledge of topics such as Algebra, Trigonometry and Coordinate Geometry, as well as learning some new skills such as Calculus and Logarithms.

This course is compulsory for all students with less than a 3 (or D) in GCSE mathematics.

 

Core Maths is a new qualification. It is a two year course that will be worth the same as an AS Level. At the heart of core maths is applying techniques from Higher tier GCSE maths and some A-Level maths content to real world problem solving activities.

This course is designed for students who wish to continue mathematics after GCSE but prefer to go down the more statistical and financial route. It compliments course such as Geography, Sociology, Psychology, Biology and any other course involving statistics and quantitative analysis.

Core Maths is a new qualification. It is a two year course that will be worth the same as an AS Level. At the heart of core maths is applying techniques from Higher tier GCSE maths and some A-Level maths content to real world problem solving activities.

This course is designed for students who wish to continue mathematics after GCSE but prefer to go down the more statistical and financial route. It compliments course such as Geography, Sociology, Psychology, Biology and any other course involving statistics and quantitative analysis.

This course is designed to extend knowledge of topics such as Algebra, Trigonometry and Coordinate Geometry, as well as learning some new skills such as Calculus and Logarithms.

This page is essential for any student taking A2 Mathematics, and where resources such as course documents, revision papers and homework can be found.

This page is only for second year students resitting C1, C2, S1 and/or M1.

This course is designed to extend knowledge of topics such as Algebra, Trigonometry and Coordinate Geometry, as well as learning some new skills such as Calculus and Logarithms.

This course is particularly useful for students who intend to study Mathematics, Physics and Engineering at degree level. Students often move on to study Mathematics, Science or Economics at leading universities such as Oxford and Cambridge—extra tuition is available to prepare for STEP and AEA examinations required for such courses.

This page is essential for any student taking AS Further Mathematics, and where resources such as course documents, revision papers and homework can be found.

This course is particularly useful for students who intend to study Mathematics, Physics and Engineering at degree level. Students often move on to study Mathematics, Science or Economics at leading universities such as Oxford and Cambridge—extra tuition is available to prepare for STEP and AEA examinations required for such courses.

This page is essential for any student taking A2 Further Mathematics, and where resources such as course documents, revision papers and homework can be found.

This course will develop your ability to apply a statistical eye to the world. Big Data is at the forefront of many areas of research and is constantly shaping our world. In 2012 a survey found that 57% of companies found it difficult to fill vacancies in this area and the demand for Big Data staff is growing all the time (by over 10% a year).

This course will allow you to develop essential skills needed to work with data sets allowing you to interpret results and understand the world around you. Statistical analysis is used in many A-level and degree programmes from Economics to Geography; Biology to Social Sciences; if there are facts to analyse, then Statistics is your toolkit.

This course is suitable for those with a grade 6 in Mathematics at GCSE, and can be taken in addition to A-Level Mathematics or as an alternative. The course is directly applicable and focuses on the development of the data handling and probability skills learnt at GCSE.

You will study: experimental design; collection of data; representations of data and interpretations; standard distributions; probability theory; and hypothesis testing.

This course is designed to help you improve upon your previous grade and ensure that you have a range of opportunities after college.

This page is essential for any student taking GCSE Mathematics, and where resources such as course documents, revision papers and homework can be found.