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Mathematical Studies Level 3 at Chipping Campden School

Course description

Mathematical Studies also known as Core Maths, is a new course for those students who want to keep up their valuable maths skills but are not planning to take AS or A Level mathematics.

Mathematical Studies has been designed to maintain and develop real-life skills. What we study is not purely theoretical or abstract; it is mathematics that can be applied on a day-to-day basis in work, study or life and includes a financial maths element.

Course content

Data analysis, personal finance estimation and mathematical models
Statistical techniques

Entry requirements

Students require at least grade 5 in mathematics at GCSE to study this course.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chipping Campden School directly.

Last updated date: 06 October 2017

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    • The school has over 1100 students, 250 in the sixth form, but retains a ‘family feel’

      through its excellent pastoral organisation. We welcome additional

      students post-16 to follow A Level and other advanced courses of

      study.

      Achievement is outstanding because students have access to an

      excellent curriculum and are taught extremely well. (OfSTED)

      The school is determined to:

      • Provide a safe environment where students are happy, able to

      learn, achieve their potential and develop as fully rounded people

      • Personalise learning pathways so that every student makes the

      best progress possible

      • Provide high quality teaching which challenges the most able and

      supports successful learning for all