Level 2 GCSE Programme
Students who have not yet achieved a Grade 4 in GCSE Mathematics, must include a Level 2 mathematics course in their programme of study. Those
students take our GCSE mathematics course as part of their A Level/Diploma (Level 3) study programme, or as part of their ‘Access to
Level 3’ programme. We also offer a GCSE course for students who have attained below Grade 3 in GCSE Mathematics to date. Our GCSE courses are delivered by specialist mathematics teachers.
Please note; may be required to pay course costs towards your study on this course. Please click here for a full list of 2020 Course Costs.
The GCSE consists of three key assessment objectives:
- Applying standard techniques – the recollection of facts, formulae and algorithms in order to accurately and efficiently perform a range of calculations.
- Reasoning, interpreting and communicating mathematically—covering the choice of calculations and presentation of structured techniques.
- Solving problems – the selection of appropriate mathematical techniques in order to solve problems in a variety of contexts which may be unfamiliar or novel.
- 100% exam
- At least 4 GCSEs at Grade 3 including GCSE English.
- Students who have not achieved a Grade 4 in GCSE English and/or GCSE Maths must retake these as part of their study programme.