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Why study Mathematics?

Mathematics helps our students develop their ability to reason mathematically and bring together all of the skills and knowledge to solve mathematical problems. These topics include negative number operations, area and perimeter and introduction the basics of algebra.

What do you learn?

From Year 7 our students continue to build on the knowledge that they have acquired in primary school. They develop fluency in the areas of; Number Operations, Fractions, Algebra, Geometry and Statistics.

What can you study at Key Stage 4 at Immanuel College? (Years 10 & 11)

GCSE Mathematics – At GCSE students will have the opportunity to develop their understanding of the core fundamentals of Mathematics. This includes looking at topics within the different strands of; Number, Algebra, Ratio, proportion and rates of change, Geometry and measures, Probability and Statistics. These topics include the likes of standard form, trigonometry and compound measures.

Teacher writing algebra on a whiteboard

What relevant AS/A Levels, BTECs or Applied Qualifications can you study in Post 16 at Immanuel College?

Students who further their study in Mathematics will access the pure and applied modules of mathematics. These include exploring the strands from GCSE in more depth and encountering new applied topics such as Mechanics, Statistical Analysis and Decision Mathematics (Further Maths).


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