Develop fluent knowledge, skills and understanding of mathematical methods and concepts
Acquire, select and apply mathematical techniques to solve problems
Reason mathematically, make deductions and inferences, and draw conclusions
Comprehend, interpret and communicate mathematical information in a variety of forms appropriate to the information and context
Day 1 Algebra – A fully loaded session of core skills from forming and solving linear equations in context, to solving simultaneous equations, drawing and interpreting linear graphs, rearranging and sequences.
Day 2 Ratio & Number – A mixture of ratio problem solving scenarious covered, in addition to percentage change and reverse percentages, fraction decimal and percentages worded problems and standard form.
Day 3 Geometry & Measures – Angle consolidation in polygons and parallel lines, surface area and volume, pythagoras and trigonometry.
Day 4 Statistics & Probability – A whole range of statistical diagrams covered including scattergraphs, calculating mean from frequency tables and a mixture of probability skills from venn diagrams, frequency and probability trees.
Susan is a qualified teacher, current head of department and GCSE examiner. She has taught Maths key stage 1-5 including GCSE and A-level. Proficient at teaching 11+ GL, CEM and common entrance exams and has a 100% pass rate of those applying to independent schools. Susan is also an examiner marking both Edexcel and AQA GCSE papers.
Small group size (a maximum of 10 students, an average 5) to allow for personalised support
A range of past paper practice and advice on exam technique
Detailed feedback and support on areas to improve
Access to subject experts and qualified teachers
Specially designed for Year 11 Students
All sessions are delivered over Zoom – links will be sent out the week before