Mathematics GCSE Re-Sit at Congleton High School
All students who did not get a C in GCSE Mathematics in Year 11 must continue to study towards an appropriate qualification.
Many jobs, training programmes and university courses require applicants to have achieved a grade C at GCSE in Mathematics or perhaps an alternative Level 2 qualification such as the Edexcel Award in Number and Measure.
At the start of the course your teacher will provide you with a breakdown and analysis of your GCSE Maths papers from the examination board. From this your teacher will be able to help you focus on your own particular needs, guiding you towards the best choice of qualification at Level 2 for you.
You will be expected to work independently. You will be given a list of tasks to complete, most of which involve the tuition and practice materials on the Maths area of Uniservity and other mathematical websites. It will be your responsibility to complete these tasks weekly, making use of the time-tabled tutorial sessions with your teacher to seek help when necessary and hand in completed work.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Congleton High School directly.