- Mrs Baird - Head of Curriculum Area
- Mrs Stalley - Deputy Maths Lead
- Miss Benn - Assistant Maths Lead
- Miss Anderson
- Mr Cook
- Mr Edwards
- Mrs Groves
- Mr Mitchell
- Mrs Watson
- Mrs White
At KS3 we want students to develop an appreciation of mathematics and a sense of enjoyment, curiosity about the subject and an understanding of it’s place in modern society. A firm grasp of the key concepts and processes in mathematics is essential to equip our young people to thrive in day to day settings by providing them with the skills and confidence to carry-out everyday tasks with greater ease. This could include Financial literacy to understanding links and connections between other subjects. Students who are comfortable and confident with mathematics are able to develop critical thinking skills enabling them to effectively problem-solve . Young people that leave school with these skills are better equipped to be numerate in multiple settings across society and are able to flourish in a variety of fields. Our KS3 curriculum lays down the foundations for further life.
Mathematics is a creative and highly inter-connected discipline that has been developed over centuries, essential to furthering and maintaining our modern society. It is essential to everyday life, science, technology and engineering, and necessary for financial literacy and most forms of employment. A high-quality mathematics education therefore provides a foundation for understanding the world and an ability to play an active role in our modern society.
- GCSE Mathematics
Please see below for Curriculum Overview Maps for a breakdown of what is taught in each year group and by term: