19/02/24 - 24/10/24
Monday 09:30 - 11:30
Thursday 09:30 - 11:30
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Learning Aim: 60147003
Having a good grade at Maths GCSE can open so many doors for you, both in employment and for Higher Education, and is becoming more and more vital in today’s society. On a Sutton College GCSE Maths course you will receive the tuition and support to help you gain your qualification and move forward in your work and/or studies.
This is a steady pace course and you will be working towards the Foundation Paper where you will be able to achieve a maximum of a Grade 5 GCSE. (Grade 4 and above is equivalent to Level 2 in Maths). You will not sit the Higher Paper.
What will I learn on this course?
You will learn a range of skills in topics including number & algebra, trigonometry, graphs, geometry, probability and statistics.
On completion of this course, you will be more confident in the following aspects of Maths:
1 Properties of Number
2 Multiplication /Division /Standard form/Powers of
4 Areas of 2D shapes
6 Index rules/Negative numbers
7 Algebra -linear equations
9 Ratio/Subject of the formula
11 Curved Graphs/Algebra
12 Distance time graphs
16 Speed, density, pressure/conversion of units
23 Congruent & Similar shapes
24 Reverse percentages
What level is this course & what skills do I need?
This course is GCSE level. You will need basic Numeracy skills to start this course.
How do I enrol?
To be considered for a place on this course, you are required to complete an online course Assessment to ensure this course is suitable for you.
You can make an application by clicking on ‘APPLY’ at the bottom of this page. If you do not already have a Sutton College online account you will need to create one first. On completion of your application you will receive further information via email.
On this course, you will develop the following life skills:
Mental Wellbeing ; Employability Skills ; Confidence building ; Social Wellbeing ; Maths Skills ; Digital Skills
This is a steady pace course and you will be working towards the Foundation Paper where you will be able to achieve a maximum of a Grade 4 GCSE (the equivalent to Level 2 in Maths). You will not sit the Higher Paper.
You will sit three final exams, 80 marks each, totalling 240 marks.
All three papers are 1 ½ hours each.
You will sit the papers in November 2024.
You will be required to sit mock exams at Sutton College on Tuesday 28th May 2024, 9.30am (Paper 1) and Thursday 30th May 2024, 9.30am (Paper 2).
What are the progression opportunities at the end of this course?
Please speak with our Advice Service about options for further study and/or employment (see below).
Any course enrichment opportunities associated with this class will be listed in your Googleclassroom.
If you are unsure of your next steps for education, employment or career choices our Advice Service can help. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org