Mathematics A Level at Haberdashers' Aske's Crayford Academy
Students will study 4 modules of Pure mathematics, Core 1 to 4 and any two applied modules from Statistics or Mechanics.
Pure Mathematics (C1, C2, C3 and C4): Is the natural extension to GCSE mathematics. Topics such as algebra, trigonometry, and co-ordinate geometry are extended. Also, new topics such as calculus are introduced for the first time.
Mechanics (M1, M2): Includes Newton's Laws of Motion, application of vectors to problems in dynamics and statics, differential equations. Mechanics is the study of the motion of objects and how they respond to forces acting upon them. Many of the ideas found in mechanics are used in the fields of cybernetics, robotics, sports science, design & technology, engineering and physics.
Statistics (S1, S2): Involves the analysis and representation of information along with the ability to justify your conclusions. You will extend your knowledge of probability to include distributions and perform significance tests to further your statistical processing skills.
A in GCSE Maths
Mathematics selection test
Three 90 minute written exams at the end of Year 12 and another 3 at the end of Year 13. There will be no coursework in A Level Mathematics.
Mathematics is a facilitating subject.Facilitating subjects are the subjects most commonly required or preferred by universities to get on to a range of degree courses. They can help students keep their options open when choosing a degree and many of the top universities will ask you to have at least one A-level in a facilitating subject when you apply.
Progression from this course:
Degree courses such as Mathematics, Computing, Sciences, Accounting, Finance, Engineering, Economics, Law, Medicine, and Education
Useful course combinations
Sciences, Engineering, Psychology, Business Studies and Geography.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Haberdashers' Aske's Crayford Academy directly.