Further Mathematics A Level at Clacton County High School
Students follow a two-year Further Mathematics course running parallel to their A Level Mathematics studies. In Year 12 they will study the compulsory module Further Pure Mathematics 1, in addition to the applied modules of Numerical Methods and Decision 1. Students will be examined in June of their Year 12 on all three disciplines, forming their Advanced Subsidiary qualification in Further Mathematics.
Students’ Further Mathematics studies will support and deepen their understanding of a wider range of mathematical skills. Successful students will follow on to complete their full A Level in Year 13 by studying the compulsory module Further Pure Mathematics 2 and the applied modules of Mechanics 2 and Decision 2. Again, students will only be examined in June of their Year 13 on each module.
Admission to the course is by GCSE grade A* and sat the Further Maths GCSE course and a demonstration of resilience and passion for all strands of mathematics.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Clacton County High School directly.