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GCSE Maths (Part-time) - Adults (19+)


English and Maths

Study Mode

Part time

Start Date



30 weeks


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Course Overview

GCSE Maths courses start September 2023 and run up until the exams in June 2024. You can join up until December 2023 with fast track available for a January 2024 start. We encourage you to apply online and register your interest in studying GCSE Maths. Following receipt of your application, we will contact you to discuss the campus, days and session times and the options available to you. We plan to deliver face to face taught classes (daytime and evening) at our Trowbridge, Salisbury and Chippenham campuses. All of these courses are free of charge for applicants who do not have a Grade C or Grade 4 or above at GCSE.

What will I learn?

When you sign up to study GCSE Maths, we will help you develop your core skills and knowledge in number calculations, algebra, measurement, shape, space, trigonometry and handling data.

We offer the 9 - 1 GCSE Maths through the Pearson (Edexcel) Examining Board.

Study, Assessment and Qualifications

You will be expected to attend the taught sessions regularly and be encouraged to develop your maths skills through group activities, paired activities and individual working.

There is a range of e-learning facilities to support your development and there will be an expectation for you to complete work outside the classroom.

Class assessments will be held on a regular basis and these will be designed to develop your skills and fully prepare you for the GCSE final exams.

The grade you receive at the end of your GCSE Maths course is entirely based on your performance in three exam papers. One is non calculator and the others are calculator papers.

Entry Requirements

For those wishing to enrol onto the GCSE qualification, you are likely to already have achieved a grade D or 3 at GCSE, or hold a Functional skills Level 2 qualification.

As part of the interview process, all applicants will complete an initial assessment.
Using the results from this and through discussion with you, we will be able to advise you about the course and qualification that is most suitable for you.

Additional Costs and Information

All of these courses are free of charge for applicants who do not have a Grade C or Grade 4 or above at GCSE.

You will be required to provide your own scientific calculator, revision guide and a workbook and pens, pencils, paper and an A4 folder (to be brought to the first lesson).

Please be aware that courses will run subject to meeting a minimum requirement for student numbers.

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