Our ethos is to enhance the experiences of all students studying Mathematics, inspire confidence and promote achievement by nurturing the natural ability inherent within them. During the first three years, pupils will develop the fundamental skills required for GCSE at foundation level, before moving on to master the higher aspects of the course. We believe that the Edexcel GCSE syllabus is an ideal platform for further studies in Mathematics and it has historically aided us in achieving a 100% A*-B pass rate in Further Mathematics.
At Scarisbrick Hall, we believe that Mathematics is a valued activity beyond the walls of the classroom. Every year we successfully enter pupils into the UKMT Mathematics Challenge and through our schools extended e3 curriculum, we offer our students the opportunity to gain a further GCSE in Statistics. With maths clubs, small group intervention sessions and a tailored curriculum, students feel supported to achieve their best and enjoy being stretched up to and beyond their expectations.
This year we have achieved not only a perfect pass rate in Further Mathematics but we increased our GCSE Mathematics pass rate up to 95% A*- C. As the most popular choice in the Sixth Form, this fantastic GCSE foundation will aid in establishing and nurturing strong A-level achievement.
Head of Faculty Mathematics and Statistics: Mr G Norbury
Mr Alan Linge (Mathematics)
Mrs Clare Seddon (Year 5 & 6 Mathematics)
Mr Ben Davidson (Business Studies)
Mr John Rimmer (Mathematics)
Miss Kathryn Howard (Mathematics Teaching Assistant)
Scarisbrick Hall, Southport Road, Ormskirk L40 9RQ : 01704 841151
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