All students in years 9, 10 and 11 study a maths course which leads to a GCSE entry at one of two different levels- Foundation or Higher.
Each course contains content from the different attainment targets – Number, Algebra, Shape and space, Data handling and Application.
At foundation level, content is up to Grade 5 and at Higher level, up to Grade 9.
|Paper 1- Non- Calculator||Number, Algebra, Geometry, Measures, Statistics, Probability
|Examination 1 hour 30 minutes||Summer term 2023||One Third|
|Paper 2- Calculator||Examination 1 hour 30 minutes||Summer term 2023||One Third|
|Paper 3- Calculator||Examination 1 hour 30 minutes||Summer Term 2023||One Third|
If you achieve the top grades in your GCSE you can access the AS and A level mathematics courses.
A grade 5 in mathematics is on interest to all employers and educational institutions,
Many careers stem from maths qualifications including; teaching, finance, technical and scientific jobs, engineering, medicine, dentistry and nursing.
Additional Course information can be found at www.aqa.org.uk
Course Leader – J.Searle, Head of Mathematics on email@example.comHome