Introduction to GCSE Maths

Course overview

This free, online introductory course in three-hours long and is for those aged 19 and over. The course delivers maths teaching and content in preparation for those wishing to progress to the GCSE Maths (Foundation tier) exam.

The course is suitable for you if you have an existing GCSE Maths qualification that is below a grade 4 (D and under), or if you do not have a GCSE Maths grade and would like the chance to improve your grade or gain your GCSE qualification.

Please note, our morning course option runs from 9.30am to 12.30pm and our evening course option runs from 6pm to 9pm.

If you are a current student at Capel Manor College and wish to apply for this course, please use the contact form to get in touch with Admissions. You will need to include your full name, student number and course title to add this course to your account.

This course is delivered as part of the London Multiply programme.

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You will learn

  • Preparation for the GCSE Maths (Foundation tier) exam How to utilise numeracy skills in everyday life Advance your range of mathematical skills and techniques.

There is no formal qualification associated with this workshop.

You must be aged 19 and over to apply for this course and live within the Greater London Boroughs. For your online learning, please ensure that you have a suitable device such as a laptop or tablet. Mobile phones are not suitable to partake in the lessons as functionalities are limited.

On completion of this course, you will be required to complete an online numeracy diagnostic test for us to determine your suitability to progress internally onto our GCSE Maths course. If you are suitable for progression onto our GCSE Maths course, we require 85% and above attendance to ensure that you will be successful in achieving your qualification throughout the course.

Nancy’s story

Nancy began with the Introduction to Garden Design Level 1 and Level 2, then pursued GCSE Maths for Adults Nancy’s story