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GCSE Maths Curriculum

The GCSE maths curriculum focuses on preparing students for their GCSE exams by covering the core mathematical concepts and techniques required through interactive lessons that aim to build a strong foundation, improve problem-solving skills, and increase exam confidence.

Phase 1: Number and Algebra

  1. Developing proficiency in basic mathematical operations, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

  2. Improving algebraic skills, including solving equations and simplifying expressions

  3. Understanding the use of indices and logarithms

  4. Building proficiency in using formulae and functions

  5. Improving problem-solving skills through real-world applications

Phase 2: Geometry

  1. Developing understanding of 2D and 3D shapes

  2. Improving spatial awareness and visualizing geometric shapes

  3. Understanding the properties of circles and polyggon

  4. Improving knowledge of angle properties, including alternate and corresponding angles

  5. Building confidence in using Pythagoras' theorem and trigonometry

Phase 3: Trigonometry

  1. Developing understanding of the basic concepts of trigonometry

  2. Improving knowledge of trigonometric ratios, including sine, cosine and tangent

  3. Understanding the use of trigonometry in solving real-world problems

  4. Improving proficiency in solving right-angled triangles

  5. Building confidence in using trigonometry in geometry

Phase 4: Statistics

  1. Developing understanding of data collection, including sampling and observational studies

  2. Improving statistical skills, including measures of central tendency, variability, and correlation

  3. Understanding the use of probability, including probability distributions and hypothesis testing

  4. Improving knowledge of statistical models, including linear regression and correlation

  5. Building confidence in analyzing and interpreting data

Phase 5: Exam Preparation

  1. Reviewing and summarizing the key concepts from each phase of the curriculum

  2. Improving time-management and exam technique

  3. Building confidence through mock exams and exam-style questions

  4. Understanding the mark schemes and assessment objectives

  5. Revising and practicing exam-style questions in a timed environment.

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