A Level Mathematics is a versatile qualification and is well respected by employers and universities. It is in particularly high demand in the STEM sectors including Science, Engineering and Manufacturing. If you are thinking about A Level Physics, then Maths will need to be one of your options.


If you are considering A Level Maths you should enjoy GCSE Maths. You will develop enhanced logic and analytical skills through building upon the algebra topics you have studied at GCSE. Topics include:


- Coordinate geometry

- Sequences and series

- Calculus

- Trigonometry

- Graphs of functions

- Exponentials and logarithms

- Probability and data

- Mechanics


If you enjoy solving puzzles that have exact methods of answers and want to build upon your GCSE experience then this is the course for you!


Grade 7 in GCSE Maths, or a grade 6 in GCSE Maths with a GCSE points score of 6.5 or above.

You will enjoy building upon your experience of algebra, developing resilience and the ability to think creatively and strategically.


You will use algebra to provide structured solutions to real life problems, and you will understand how maths can help you to formulate reasoned arguments.


With the support of our outstanding teachers, you will take the topics you have covered at GCSE such as Trigonometry and quadratic equations even further, and gain a qualification that can open up endless possibilities for the future!

A Level Maths can open a huge range of doors for you! It is essential to many STEM related degrees such as Computer Science and Physics. In addition, many of the top Russell Group universities require you to have Maths for courses such as Medicine and Sciences.

Good to Know

Undertaking an A Level in Mathematics requires logical thinking and reasoning – meaning it supports your learning across many other A Level courses!