GCSE+ Maths is an extensive weekly programme of enrichment for students in Years 9, 10 and 11. In all programmes you’ll be diving deep into fascinating maths. You’ll explore ideas that surprise you, intrigue you, and inspire you. You’ll make deep and unexpected connections between various GCSE topics and concepts. You’ll strengthen your understanding and improve your reasoning and develop your problem-solving skills. We will explore and expand upon some of the GCSE topics that are the foundations of AS or A2 Mathematics or Further Mathematics, so these sessions will not only support you in achieving a high GCSE grade, but will also prepare you well for further study.
If you like maths and think you might want to take A Level Mathematics, then GCSE+ may be for you.
All sessions take place in the student building here, at King’s Maths School.
The school is located centrally, and just a short walk away from Waterloo, Lambeth North and Elephant and Castle stations. Local bus routes include 3, 59, 159, 344 and 360. Click here for directions.
Year 11: Sessions are taking place weekly during term time on a Monday or Thursday afternoon, 16:45 to 18:30. Session will run from Monday 26 September 2022 until the February Half Term in 2023.
Year 10: Sessions are taking place weekly during term time on a Monday or Thursday afternoon, 16:45 to 18:30. Session will run from Monday 26 September 2022 until the February Half Term of Year 11 in 2024.
Year 9: Sessions will take place weekly during term time on a Monday or Thursday afternoon, 16:45 to 18:30. Session will start after February half term. This is a two-year programme and once you have joined you have a guaranteed place until February half term in year 11 in 2025.
We are taking applications from students who are currently in school Year 9.
Since our mission is to widen participation in mathematical sciences degrees and careers, we’ll prioritise places for students who:
- attend non-selective schools
- have been eligible for Free School Meals in any of the past 6 years
- live or have lived in local authority care, are a young carer, or are disabled
- are traditionally underrepresented in the mathematical sciences at HE, namely Black African, Black Caribbean, and Gypsy, Roma and traveller students
- Students living socio-economically disadvantaged areas (measured by ACORN)
- Students with special educational needs
How to apply?
Applications are now closed.