External examination results are consistently above the National average at Key Stage 3, GCSE and A level. In light of National Curriculum changes and recognition of the need for on-going development, the schemes for KS3 and KS4 have been reviewed and reshaped. A variety of text books are in use throughout the school, providing a rich scheme that draws upon a range of resources.
The department has close links with local primary schools. Special maths classes have been provided for the very able pupils from our main feeder schools.
All revisions guides are bought via the Maths department.
- Mr N John - Head of Department
- Mrs L Avery-Doyle - 2nd in Department & KS4 Co-ordinator
- Miss L Teague - 3rd in Department & KS3 Co-ordinator
- Mrs S Beckett
- Miss W Czekaj
- Mr D Green
- Mrs G Schofield
- Mr J Chaplin
- Miss A Baker
Key Stage 3 - Years 7, 8 and 9
The pupils are set from Year 7 onwards with periodic movements between sets to reflect changing levels of achievement. Pupil progress is monitored closely with assessments taking place frequently. The department’s Milestone assessments identifies the sequence of topics to be covered and the appropriate materials available in order to meet the different academic needs of our pupils.
Click here for the Maths equipment pack containing a school geometry set.
Key Stage 4 (GCSE) - Years 10 and 11
At KS4 we follow the Edexcel course in Mathematics and we use the Pearson GCSE Maths textbook.
Key Stage 5 (AS/A Level) - Years 12 and 13)
The department offers Edexcel AS level and A level courses in both Mathematics and Further Mathematics. These are popular choices, with our numbers consistently high over the years.
Extra Curricular Opportunities
Some Year 8, 10 and 6th form students, have the opportunity to participate in the annual UK Mathematics Challenge. We also participate in the Team Challenge, where a group of 4 students compete against other schools.
Last Updated March 2023