Mathematics GCSE at Highbury Grove School
The GCSE Maths course offers students another chance to obtain a GCSE grade C qualification in Maths that is widely required by employers
and an essential part of the matriculation requirements for higher education. It is also an entry requirement for many AS-level and Level 3 vocational courses at IC6 and elsewhere.
Students will undertake the higher tier exam in which grades D-A* are awarded.
As the main focus of this course is to allow pupils to achieve a C grade its content will primarily be D and C grade maths. There will be an expectation that all students will carry out a considerable amount of work at home through set homework tasks and general revision.
At least grade D at GCSE Maths. Students without a grade D may be accommodated subject to the availability of places. Students already with a grade C will only be accepted onto the course subject to places and only for entrance to the Higher Tier Examination. This is a one year course.
Assessment is by two final written examinations, possible sessions will be in November 2012, March 2013 and June 2013 (though this session will cover the a new syllabus containing aspects of Functional Maths).
To find out more about this course / qualification please contact us; or you can ask your Connexions Personal Adviser or your school/college careers staff.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Highbury Grove School directly.