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Mathematics

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT:  Mr Seddon
GCSE EXAM BOARD:  AQA
TEACHERS:
Mr Seddon (Head of Mathematics) - Mrs Cropper (Assistant Headteacher)
Mr Barnes (Assistant Headteacher) Mr Pyatt (Progress Leader Year 10)
Mr Fannon (Progress Leader Year 11) - Mrs Connor - Miss Bragg

 

The subject content of this specification is common to all awarding bodies and is consistent with the statutory Programme of study for mathematics in key stage 4 for England.  

The content has been organised into broad topic areas and given a reference as follows:

- Number references start with N
- Ratio, proportion & rates of change references start with R
- Probability references start with P
- Algebra references start with A
- Geometry and measures references start with G
- Statistics references start with S

Assessment

As all content can be assessed on any examination paper within this specification, some questions will draw together elements of content from different topic areas.

Paper 1: Written paper (Non-Calculator)
1 hour and 30 minutes, 80 marks, non-calculator, 331/3% of the assessment Paper 2:Written paper (Calculator)
1 hour and 30 minutes, 80 marks, calculator allowed, 331/3% of the assessment
Paper 3: Written paper (Calculator)
1 hour and 30 minutes, 80 marks, calculator allowed, 331/3% of the assessment Foundation Tier grades 1 – 5 available
Higher Tier grades 4 – 9 available 

Higher Education

Sixth Form:   GCE A Level Mathematics / GCE A Level Statistics

A degree in Mathematics does not train you for a specific job.  It is a versatile qualification that gives you a range of skills, which enable you to enter a wide range of careers.  Careers for which a degree in Mathematics is either essential or a strong advantage could be grouped as: scientific research, engineering, design and development, finance, management services, computer games design, cryptanalyst, statistical work and teaching.

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