Mathematics

A LEVEL 

Why study Mathematics A level?

Studying Mathematics will:

  • provide a stimulating and challenging course;
  • develop key employability skills such as problem-solving, logical reasoning, communication and resilience;
  • increase knowledge and understanding of  mathematical techniques and their applications;
  • support the study of other A level subjects;
  • provide excellent preparation for a wide range of university courses;
  • lead to a versatile qualification that is well-respected by employers and higher education.

A LEVEL

Linear structure:

All assessment will take place at the end of the course. Exam questions may draw on the content of the whole A level.

Emphasis: on problem solving, reasoning and modelling, and a requirement for the use of technology to permeate teaching and learning.

Content: The subject content for A level Mathematics is 100% prescribed by the DfE The content of A level Mathematics will be fixed. It will include pure mathematics, mechanics and statistics (including analysis of large data sets).There will be some choice in content for AS and A level Further Mathematics.

COURSEWORK

None

FURTHER INFORMATION

Ms L Emerson: lemerson2.312@lgflmail.org (HOF)

Mrs A Sebrell: asebrell.312@lgflmail.org (KS5)