Mrs J Phillips - Head of Maths
Mr R Goldspink - 2 i/c of Maths
Dr S Ravichandra - Teacher of Maths - KS5 Co-ordinator
Mr I Khan - Teacher of Maths
Ms R Meiring - Teacher of Maths
Mr A Zlatkovski - Teacher of Maths
Ms A Avram - Teacher of Maths
Pupils are taught Key stage 3 Maths from Year 7 to Year 9 encompassing all the areas of Mathematics including number, algebra, data handling and shape, space & measure. For further details see the 6 cycle sheets for Year 7, 8 and 9 under maths Key stage three.
- Click here to download Year 7 Cycle Sheets for 2016
- Click here to download Year 8 Cycle Sheets for 2016
Pupils are taught Key stage 4 Maths from Year 9 to Year 11 encompassing all the areas of Mathematics including Number; Algebra; Ratio, proportion and rates of change; Geometry and measures; Probability and Statistics.
For further details see the cycle sheets for the years 9 to 11 under maths key stage four.
In addition pupils are also given a chance to gain an additional GCSE qualification in Year 11 when they do GCSE Statistics or Additional Maths. Additional Maths is offered to pupils who achieve a Grade A or Grade A* in Maths.
Additional Maths is a free standing maths qualification (FSMQ) and is an excellent foundation for any pupil who wishes to do A-level maths at college.
- Click here to download Year 9 Cycle Sheets
- Click here to download Year 10 Foundation Cycle Sheets
- Click here to download Year 10 Higher Cycle sheets
- Click here to download Year 11 Foundation Cycle Sheets
- Click here to download Year 11 Higher Cycle sheets
A level Maths and Further maths is offered at KS5.
A-level Maths provides students with a thorough grounding in the mathematical tools and
techniques often needed in the workplace.
A level Further Maths is designed to broaden and deepen the mathematical knowledge and skills
developed when studying A level Maths.
Most students will complete three modules in one year, which will create an AS-level qualification in
their own right and will complete the A-level course the following year with three more modules.
The logic and reasoning skills developed by studying A-level Maths make sure the qualification is
widely respected even in non-mathematical areas.
Options for A level Maths are below -
Year 12 - Core maths - C1 & C2, and an option - S1 or M1
Year 13 - Core maths - C3 & C4 and an option - S2 or M2
For the Further maths option, core maths must be done at the same time.
Options for Further Maths are below -
Year 12 - Further pure maths - FP1, and 2 options - S1, D1 or M1, D1
Year 13 - Further pure maths - FP2, FP3 and option - S2 or M2