Mathematics A Level at Clacton County High School
Students follow a two-year mathematics course. In Year 12 they will study the compulsory algebra modules Core 1 and Core 2 and either of the applied modules, Mechanics 1 or Statistics 1, depending on aptitude or chosen pathway to university. Students will be examined in June of their Year 12 on all three disciplines forming their Advanced Subsidiary qualification.
Successful students will follow on to complete their full A Level in Year 13 by studying the compulsory algebra modules Core 3 and Core 4 and either of the applied modules, Mechanics 1 or Decision 1. Again, students will only be examined in June of their Year 13 on each module.
Essential: Students are required to obtain an A grade or above at GCSE and sat the Further Maths GCSE course. Students will complete a strength and weakness audit before leaving Year 11 and a bridging unit over the summer break.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Clacton County High School directly.