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24/02/21

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24/02/21

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22/02/21

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20/02/21

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19/02/21

Retweetd From Haringey

Congratulations to students Chloe & Kane on winning Best Arts Project at the 2021 Heart of the Arts Awards for their N17 radio programme on the Windrush community of Tottenham. For more see: https://t.co/t608ovXlo0 https://t.co/hRVUo1flJB

18/02/21

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17/02/21

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16/02/21

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15/02/21

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14/02/21

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We are thrilled to announce that we have won ‘BEST ARTS PROJECT’ in the Heart for the Arts Awards 2021 for our N17 radio programme created by two of our Sixth Form students, Chloe and Kane, in conjunction with and 🤩🎉 https://t.co/mNgOVhOG9O

14/02/21

Retweetd From RoughHouse Theatre

We are absolutely thrilled to announce our Best Arts Project win for Huge thanks to all at NCA and big congratulations and love to partners and especially our brilliant narrators Kane and Chloe. https://t.co/Sht518UrZR

14/02/21

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Congrats for winning a Award for Best Arts Project for N17. Our judges said: “A great idea to engage young people and teach them overlooked truths". Well done Read all about it: https://t.co/D4z2ToQ2iZ

14/02/21

So proud of Chloe and Kane. Well done both; that's the HATO way. And thank you for the opportunity to be involved. Looking forward to many more years working collaboratively. https://t.co/8ShiUk5dDP

14/02/21

We are thrilled to announce that we have won ‘BEST ARTS PROJECT’ in the Heart for the Arts Awards 2021 for our N17 radio programme created by two of our Sixth Form students, Chloe and Kane, in conjunction with and 🤩🎉 https://t.co/mNgOVhOG9O

14/02/21

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13/02/21

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13/02/21

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13/02/21

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13/02/21

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13/02/21

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A-Level Further Mathematics

A Level Further Mathematics

Specification: OCR MEI

Method of Assessment:

All students are required to have a calculator recommended by QCA. A graphics calculator can be an advantage in some of the modules.

 

 

 

Course Overview:

In Pure Mathematics students will extend their knowledge of GCSE topics such as Algebra and Trigonometry as well as learning new topics such as Calculus. Pure mathematics includes proof, algebra, graphs, sequences, trigonometry, logarithms, calculus and vectors.

In Mechanics students will learn how to describe mathematically the motion of objects and how they respond to forces acting upon them. Much of the Mechanics in A Level Maths crosses over with A Level Physics.

In Statistics students will learn a range of methods aimed at sampling, representing and interpreting sets of data.  Students will also study Probability and Hypothesis Testing. The new A Level specification also requires students to work with and manipulate a large data set using technology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Units Studied:

 

All students are required to study the following:

  1. Core Pure Mathematics
  2. Mechanics Major or Statistics Major
  3. Either: Mechanics Minor, Statistics Minor, Modelling with Algorithms, Numerical Methods, Extra Pure or Further Pure with Technology.

Unlike the old A level system, students will sit their examinations at the end of Year 13 and will be required to combine skills from all aspects above.

Students will be provided with the opportunity to pick their preferred modules. However, availability will be dependent on teaching.

Entry Requirements:

Students require a minimum of 7 GCSE’s at grade 5 or above or equivalent, including English (Literature or Language) and Mathematics, with a grade 8 in Mathematics, Students below a grade 8 in Mathematics will not be allowed to study A Level Further Mathematics.

Reading Materials / Resources:

 

http://www.kangaroomaths.com/index.php

http://www.livemaths.co.uk/

http://nrich.maths.org/public/ 

http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/resourcesalevel.htm

https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/

https://integralmaths.org/

Students studying Maths will be given a login for Integral which is created by MEI as a resource for support and questions based around the OCR MEI A Level Further course.

Reading list: (Books for the enjoyment of Mathematics):

  • Mathematics: a very short introduction - Timothy Gowers
  • The Pleasures of Counting - T.W. Körner
  • The Mathematical Experience - P.J. Davis & R. Hersh
  • The Penguin Dictionary of Curious and Interesting Numbers - D.Wells

Fermat’s Last Theorem – Simon Singh

Career OpportunitiesA Level Mathematics is a much sought after and highly respected qualification, which can open doors to a wide range of Higher Education courses and rewarding careers.  Higher Education courses that require some A Level Mathematics include Economics, Teaching, Medicine, Psychology, Architecture, Science and Accountancy. For those students wishing to pursue degree course in Mathematics, A Level Further Mathematics may be a requirement. Those interested in Engineering, will also find this a suitable course.

For more information, please contact Mr Patel c/o sixthform@harristottenham.org.uk Please mark FAO and contact name in the subject of the email. 

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