Get Ready for GCSE Maths

Key Facts
  • Starts June 2022
  • Course Type Part Time
  • Duration 2 Weeks
  • You Need 1 Requirements needed View

Introduction

Are you a 19+ learner interested in studying GCSE Maths from September? Do you have an interest in maths and would like to develop your skills prior to starting the full GCSE course? If so, the ‘Get Ready’ course may be the course for you. This free course provides a refresher in the core elements of GCSE Maths and introduces you to the groundwork topics which make up the GCSE Maths curriculum. It is intended to build confidence in these areas to support in your general maths ability, and also gives learners a head start for September.

What will I learn

Our tutors adopt a range of teaching methods to suit an individual’s needs as they build confidence around the GCSE maths curriculum. You will study a programme that encompasses the key topics in the maths curriculum. This will include an introduction to Number, Algebra, Ratio, Geometry, Measures, Statistics and Probability. Your learning will be flexible and there will be options to suit your requirements with both remote and classroom-based lessons available.

How will I learn

Students are invited to attend 6 x 1hr classes per week for two weeks. However, this is flexible to suit your needs. You will be given an account to MathsWatch which is an online programme with a vast amount of short online activities. You will also be encouraged to join our Microsoft Teams site for online support, remote sessions and course materials. The sessions will be recorded so that you can view them at a time that suits you. You will also be assigned a tutor who can offer additional support and 1-1 tuition on any of the topics covered.

What's next

The ‘Get Ready’ course provides the groundwork skills required to study a full GCSE Maths course. The progression from the ‘Get Ready’ course is to go on to study the full GCSE from September.

Experienced tutors
Excellent progression opportunities
A great stepping stone to the full GCSE qualification
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