Maths
The new Maths GCSE is now made up of 3 exam 1.5 hours each. The papers are tiered unlike the new English specification.
The Foundation paper cover grades 15 and the higher paper covering grades 93. A grade 4 is considered a pass grade. Learners for both papers cover the same topic but the higher paper cover specific topics in greater detail. Our Maths course will cover the following topics.
GCSE Maths  what you will study
Numbers

Whole numbers

Decimals

Fractions

Converting between fractions, decimals and percentages

Approximation

Multiples, factors, powers and roots

Laws of indices

Standard form

Surds  Higher

Financial mathematics
Algebra

Algebraic expressions

Algebraic formulae

Solving linear equations

Solving simultaneous equations

Solving quadratic equations
Ratio, proportions and rates of change

Ratio in context

Percentages

Direct and inverse proportion
Circles, sectors and arcs

Circle theorems

Transformations

Pythagoras' theorem

Units of measure

Trigonometry

Vectors

Inequalities

Sequences

Graphs

Transformation of curves – Higher

Algebraic fractions
Geometry & Measurements

Angles, lines and polygons

Loci and constructions

2dimensional shapes

3dimensional shapes
Probability & Statistics

Collecting data

Representing data

Analysing data
Problems solving

Problem solving introduction

Solving 'number' problems

Solving 'graphical' problems

Solving 'geometric' problems

Solving 'algebraic' problems

Solving 'statistical' problems