Mathematics at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar Alford - A Selective Academy
Mathematics at AS and A-level is a course worth studying in its own right. It is challenging but interesting. It builds on work you will have met at GCSE, but also involves new ideas that some of the greatest minds of the millennium have produced. If you enjoyed the challenge of problem solving at GCSE using such techniques then you should find the prospect of this course very appealing.
To enter the Sixth Form, pupils should normally have achieved a minimum of 8 GCSE passes including English and Mathematics at grade C or above. For A level study, students should usually have a grade A or above (and at least a B) in the subjects they wish to study.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Queen Elizabeth's Grammar Alford - A Selective Academy directly.