Methods in Mathematics (linked pair pilot) – J926

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Qualification redevelopment

Our GCSE Mathematics provision has been redeveloped for teaching from September 2015. As new GCSE qualification requirements only allow linear entry, we are now able to focus our resources and support into providing you with a single GCSE Mathematics qualification. To find out more visit our new qualification page below.

This exciting pilot is one of the linked pair of GCSEs designed to be inspiring, motivating and challenging. In this pilot, the two qualifications – GCSE Applications of Mathematics and GCSE Methods in Mathematics – cover, between them, the entire Key Stage 4 Programme of Study for Mathematics. Each GCSE is distinctive and contains some additional content to the single GCSE.

Benefits

  • It will encourage learners to develop problem-solving skills in mathematics.
  • It has been designed to provide access to a Grade C in mathematics for all learners.
  • Develops knowledge, skills and understanding of techniques and concepts.
  • It provides a suitable basis for progression to further study or directly into employment.

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