A level Mathematics is an interesting and challenging course which extends the methods learnt at GCSE level and includes the study of maths applications in both Statistics and Mechanics.
An A level in Maths provides you with the essential skills to reason and problem solve in a variety of contexts and provides a framework with which the students can access the sciences, engineering and all careers requiring a high degree of numeracy and logical thinking.
The UCAS subject page HERE is a helpful way of viewing the different degrees and careers related to maths.
There are 5 taught lessons per week split between two teachers. The expectation is that students will also carry out 4/5 hours of private study work. This will take the form of some assessed assignments, textbook exercises and individual study to consolidate understanding as the course progresses. Students will be assigned online access to any relevant textbooks and to the integral Maths website.
The basic outline for the year is as below: