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Maths A Level

Mathematics A Level

  • 3

    Level 3

  • Duration
    2 years

  • Start Date
    September 2021

  • Venue
    Ipswich Road

  • Course Code

Start Date

  • September 2021, Full Time


When you study Mathematics at A Level, you will not only learn new mathematical skills, but will also apply them to solving problems. You will see how the subject can be used to show what is happening and what might happen in different real life situations. The course was developed in collaboration with Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) and offers a coherent course to develop your mathematical understanding and skils to encourage you to think ,act and communicate mathematically.
The course covers three main areas; Pure Mathematics, Statistics and Mechanics.
Mathematics can be challenging at this level. To succeed, you will need to be able to think clearly and logically and just as importantly, to persevere when you can’t immediately see the solution to a problem.

Why Our College?

Top 25%

nationally for progress made by students in A Level achievement

ALPS Key Stage 5 progress data 2018

Student success

We have a consistently high A Level pass rate. In 2018, 70% of our students achieved A*-C.

More than A Levels

Your time at our sixth form is about much more than gaining a qualification. You will be treated as an adult and an individual, supported to explore your passions and interests.  

Entry Requirements

Applicants should have a minimum of a grade 6 in GCSE Mathematics. Applicants should also have a minimum of six GCSEs at grades 9-4.

Learning Outcomes

Core Mathematics extends your knowledge of topics such as algebra, trigonometry and geometry as well as learning some new ideas such as calculus. These ideas are interesting in their own right, but they also serve as a foundation for other work you will do.


There will be 3 examinations at the end of the second year. These are made up of shorter questions and longer questions requiring problem solving skills.

Career Progression

Mathematics A Level could lead on to a related degree course, such as in mathematics, science, economics, engineering or computing, but the skills you will learn, such as thinking clearly and logically, will be useful in wide range of other subjects. Mathematics is identified by selective universities as one of the subjects they prefer applicants to have studied at A Level.


If you are a UK or home fee status student and aged 16-18 on the 31st August before the start of your course, tuition fees are free. If you are aged 19 and over please contact the Advice Shop