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Studying GCSE Maths will develop a positive attitude to mathematics and an appreciation of the place of maths in both employment and everyday life.

You will learn to think mathematically, to understand mathematical ideas and how to use them. This is a great subject to help develop your analytical and problem solving skills.

Our career pathways show you a typical route through the various stages of learning, what you will learn along the way and the careers these programmes could lead onto.

What I'll learn

Maths GCSE assesses your abilities to understand mathematical ideas and appreciate and utilise mathematical techniques. 

You will study three core units:

  • statistics and number
  • number and algebra
  • geometry and algebra 

These units will be assessed through three separate end of year examinations. 

You will learn though a combination of traditional lessons and e-learning. You will need to be prepared for extra study and spend around three hours per week on studying away from the classroom.

 

How I'll learn

Gaining a GCSE in Maths is a vital stepping stone on your journey to further study and employment. You will have your own specialist personal tutor who you will meet individually or as part of a group tutorial and they will help you set, review and achieve your targets. 

The college provides a varied programme of enrichment opportunities and you will be encouraged to select from a range including volunteering, work experience, sport and performing.

 

Entry Requirements

You will normally have four GCSEs at grade D (3). A Functional Skills Maths qualification will also strengthen your application.

 

How to Apply

You can apply for this programme online. Simply follow the link to ‘Apply now’ on your chosen programme page.

You will then be asked to register or log in to progress with your application.

You will be invited to an interview. Before coming to interview, you will be required to complete an online diagnostic assessment at home so that we can make sure that GCSE is the right level course for you.

As part of your application, you will be asked to provide us with your contact details, how your chosen programme fits with your future plans and if you require any extra support (for example, because of a disability, medical condition, learning or language support needs.) Please include full details of your qualifications from your own country, as well as details of any English Language tests you have taken.

Printed application forms are also available.

Please contact our Careers team if you need advice and guidance to help you choose the right programme for you.