Further Mathematics at Huntington School
This is a challenging and fulfilling course for the student who is enthusiastic about the study of mathematics for its own sake. It will reward those with a determination to succeed and an ability to think abstractly. Students will learn to apply the skills they learn consistently in a wide range of settings.
Optional in Year 13 and recommended for those wishing to take a degree in Mathematics at university
Further Pure 1
This unit increases knowledge of solving simultaneous equations and summing series. New work covered includes applications of matrices, complex numbers and induction methods.
Students will cover projectiles, moments, equilibrium, motion in a circle and methods using energy.
This relatively new area of mathematics covers algorithmic approaches, network problems and linear programming.
5 GCSE grades A*-C.
Students wishing to take this course will have achieved grades A* to C in a range of GCSE courses, including a B or above on the GCSE Mathematics Higher tier.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Huntington School directly.