The AQA Level 2 Further Mathematics course is for learners who either already have, or are expected to achieve, grades 7, 8 and 9 in GCSE mathematics and are likely to progress to A Level study in Mathematics and possibly Further Mathematics.
- Provides stretch and challenge.
- Enhances higher algebraic skills and extends geometry and trigonometry.
- Places emphasis on higher order technical proficiency, rigorous argument and problem-solving skills.
- Introduces new areas of mathematics, including calculus and matrices.
- Flexible – can be studied over one, two or three years and delivered in multiple ways.
The next Keele and Telford Online Network meeting will allow teachers to think about this course and share experiences and ideas.
We hope that teachers in schools who already offer the course will share their experiences and the delivery models they have tried.
- How could it be delivered?
- How does the new specification differ from the previous one?
- How much crossover is there with GCSE Mathematics?
- Have you explored the free resources available on Integral through your AMSP registration?
- Does the course increase the confidence and ability of students to progress onto A-level Maths and even Further Maths? What are the advantages and disadvantages?
There are a lot of questions, and hopefully, this meeting will help to provide some answers.
To book a place, please visit the events page.
We hope to see you there.