GCSE Maths

Introduction to this course

This study programme covers Data Handling, Number, Algebra and Geometry. This is a linear study programme, designed to develop your mathematical skills and confidence.

How to Apply?

You can find out more about applying here

Advice and Guidance Required before Enrolment

Entry Requirements

We would like you to have either an existing D grade at GCSE Maths or a Level 1 or Level 2 equivalent such as Functional Skills maths, but don’t worry if you don’t. Entry on to the study programme is via as assessment evening where we assess your current level of maths and offer you advice and guidance as to what is the best next step for you.

Duration of this course

One Year

Career Prospects

Gaining a grade C or above for GCSE Maths provides a good foundation for progression on to many other study programmes, from Physics and Engineering to Sport Science and future employment and is a great grounding for many different careers.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed at the end of the course. You will take two written exam papers in June, one with a calculator and one without.

Course content/units

This course covers Data Handling, Number, Algebra and Geometry.

Expenses for this course

You need your own Maths equipment, including scientific calculator, protractor, ruler and compass, as well as general stationery such as pens and pencils.