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Subject Vision


At St George’s our intention for Maths is to teach a rich, balanced and challenging curriculum so that our pupils become fluent in the fundamentals of Mathematics, become confident to reason a line of enquiry and to problem solve by applying their skills to both routine and non-routine problems. We want all pupils to develop these skills and to understand the links with real life problems and the other subjects that they learn.


Broad – Maths offers a differentiated Scheme of Work ensuring that there is sufficient depth for all levels and abilities. Throughout the Maths lessons we have introduced careers and financial management units.

Stimulating – By generating interest in the application of the skills, we generate interest in Maths as a subject itself.

Enjoyable – It is crucial that Maths is enjoyable and not taught through gimmicks but taught by helping our pupils find enjoyment in their own success and learning.

Engaging – By relating the Maths curriculum to real life situations and exploring Maths in different contexts. There are opportunities to take part in extracurricular activities such as origami club and national competitions.

Motivating – By combining little wins and long term goals to drive pupils to strive to succeed. Helping pupils to understand the grades needed to get on to the Core Maths course and A-Level Maths courses at other Sixth Forms.

Challenging – By encouraging students to make connections and challenging them to look from different perspectives. Every pupil is pushed to their full Mathematical potential.


As a Maths department we are passionate about Maths and we ensure we teach our pupils to be resilient learners who can become life-long Mathematicians with the aim that they can thrive in their GCSE and open many doors to a very bright future.

We have an ethos that no answer is a silly answer and if an answer is wrong we explore together to find the right answer together.

We believe every pupil can succeed in Maths.


Our Learning Journey - KS1 and KS2


Our Learning Journey - KS3 to KS5



Weekly homework is set using

Pupils can get login details from their teachers.


Check the Curriculum Year information for the homework timetable.

Year 7 Click Here
Year 8 Click Here
Year 9 Click Here
Year 10 Click Here
Year 11 Click Here
Sixth Form Click Here


Booster Sessions in Maths

Term 4 Revision Lists - Foundation

Term 4 Revision Lists - Higher

GCSE Revision Information - KS4

Our Maths programme of study prepares students for the Edexcel GCSE Mathematics (1MA1 specification) exams. The qualification will be graded and certificated on a nine-grade scale from 9 to 1, where 9 is the highest grade, using your total mark across all three papers.

The assessments will cover the following content headings:

  • Number
  • Algebra
  • Ratio, proportion and rates of change
  • Geometry and measures
  • Probability
  • Statistics

The Maths GCSE syllabus has two tiers, Foundation and Higher. The Foundation level allows students to achieve grades between 1 and 5 and the Higher tier allows students to achieve grades between 3 and 9.

For the Maths GCSE there are three final examination papers, two of which are calculator papers and one is a non-calculator paper. Each paper is 1 hour 30 minutes long.

The content outlined for each tier will be assessed across all three papers. Each paper has a range of question types; some questions will be set in both mathematical and non-mathematical contexts. Students receive one homework task per week targeted to improve previous assessment scores.


Exam Unit

Paper 1 - Non Calculator 1 hour 30 mins
Paper 2 - Calculator 1 hour 30 mins
Paper 3 - Calculator 1 hour 30 mins

All exam dates can be found here


General Information (Useful Information for Parents)

Maths Watch is a set of mathematics resources (videos and worksheets)  This is an excellent website with lots of resources that would help revision.

  • 5 questions a day
  • Worksheets
  • Practise papers
  • Quizzes

Please click on this link to see how long you have until the GCSE

Please use the following to support your revision.

Pinpoint Learning

Every Student has their own personal login and password

They can print personalised revision booklets to help them revise their weaknesses.

They can also look at their own learning matrix which shows them what their strengths and weaknesses are.

Finally they can open up their exam papers and find which questions they got wrong to have another go at and mark themselves.


This is another fantastic website that has lots of exam practise revision.

Students can complete exams online and get instant feedback

There are also links to youtube videos that walk the students through each question.

Paper 1 - Non Calculator Paper 2 - Calculator Paper 3 - Calculator
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Example Exam Questions/Model Answers Example Exam Questions/Model Answers Example Exam Questions/Model Answers

Edexcel Practice 1 - Suitable for both F & H - Qs = Click Here

Edexcel Practice 3 - Suitable-for-both F & H - Qs = Click Here

Edexcel Practice 4 - Suitable for H only - Qs = Click Here

Edexcel Practice 1 - Suitable for both F & H - Qs = Click Here

Edexcel Practice 3 - Suitable-for-both F & H - Qs = Click Here

Edexcel Practice 4 - Suitable for H only - Qs = Click Here

Edexcel Practice 1 - Suitable for both F & H - Qs = Click Here

Edexcel Practice 3 - Suitable-for-both F & H - Qs = Click Here

Edexcel Practice 4 - Suitable for H only - Qs = Click Here

Revision Material/Sharepoint
Pinpoint learning

Job Opportunities / Careers

Information about jobs where Maths are used - click here

More information can be found of BBC Bitesize - Click Here