Maths is excellent training for the mind requiring precise and accurate work, clear logical thought and problem-solving skills. You will be set some summer work to brush up on your algebra skills with indices, surds and quadratic equations. We will then start lessons with a harder topic that will be new to you. You will also learn some effective study skills.
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Virtual Welcome Week 2020
You will study the following topics from Pure Maths: proof, algebra, graphs, Binomial expansions, trigonometry, logarithms, calculus (differentiation and integration) and vectors. You will additionally study topics from both Statistics and Mechanics; including kinematics working with forces and Newton’s laws.
You will study the following topics from Pure Maths: proof, algebra, graphs, sequences,
trigonometry, logarithms, advanced calculus and vectors. You will also continue the study of Statistics, looking at conditional probability and the Normal distribution as well as some further statistical hypothesis testing. In Mechanics, we study moments, modelling with forces and friction, projectiles and more advanced kinematics (with variable acceleration which involves the use of calculus).
- 100% exam
Students are able to enter for the Senior and Senior Team Maths Challenge. Students have benefitted from the Cambridge University STIMULUS project, and there are also opportunities to attend lectures and other activities. We also offer support for students wanting to take STEP or AEA papers.
- At least 7 GCSEs at Grade 4 including GCSE English.
- Grade 6 in GCSE Maths.
- Grade 6 in GCSE Physics and GCSE Chemistry, or GCSE Science and GCSE Additional Science.