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|Miss P Dhaliwal||Director of Mathematics and Assistant Head Teacher|
|Miss A Carlyle||Second in Department, responsible for KS4|
|Mrs R Gilman||Maths Teacher|
|Miss F Kimbley||Maths Teacher|
|Miss E Ashby||Maths Teacher|
|Mr M Marsh||Maths Teacher|
|Miss C Westwood||Maths Teacher and Assistant Head of Year|
|Miss C Rock||Maths Teacher, responsible for KS3|
|Miss S Gingell||Maths Teacher|
|Mrs L Hackett||Maths Teacher|
|Miss A Murrey-Johnson|
|Mr D Wood||Teacher of Maths and PE|
|Mr I Akhtar||Mathematics Coach|
Our commitment to offering extra support
The Mathematics department is a dedicated team of professionals, who offer regular support at lunchtimes and at the end of the day to any students who request or require it. We have a dedicated Maths Coach to also support students in their learning.
To help support your child’s learning from home, students have access to a number of packages via a personal login. These can be found by following the links below:
Suitable for all students - online lessons & homeworks.
Suitable for all students - videos, self-marking questions, printable questions.
Suitable for Y10 and 11 - online, self-marking exam papers.
Suitable for Y7, 8, 9 - maths games for basic skills practice.
Key Stage 3 and 4
- Key Stage 3 (7 hours per fortnight)
- Key Stage 4 (8 hours per fortnight)
Students are set according to ability. All students will follow one of four pathways through a 5-year scheme of work. This will cover all appropriate Key Stage 3 and 4 content which will build up to their GCSE examinations.
Mathematics GCSE follows a two-tier system: Higher and Foundation. Depending on their pathway, students learning will be focussed towards one of these tiers during years 10 & 11.
Key Stage 5
Students can choose to study A level Mathematics. We currently follow the reformed Edexcel programme. The course includes Pure Mathematics (2/3), and Applied Mathematics: Statistics & Mechanics (1/3). Students will learn content over the two years and will assessed by examination at the end of Year 13.