"Double Maths" is the abbreviation used to denote that A-level Maths and A-level Further Maths

Most schools decide which students will be able to study "Double Maths" when they enter Year 12 (Lower 6th). Those students then have 2-years to study 12 modules of maths, whereas a single maths student will cover only 6 modules in 2-years

That rapid pace of learning plays havoc with a large proportion of the students that attempt to study "Double Maths", many drop it and lose confidence in maths and many more simply under-perform

As usual, our approach is different:

We encourage students who are good at maths to join us in Year 9, identify those that we think will enjoy the challenge of "Double Maths" and complete the G.C.S.E. work with them a year early (which is much easier to achieve). Those students then spread the 12 modules over 3-years, which is a much more comfortable pace of learning

As a result, we've never had a "Double Maths" student score less than A*A*!

How many other places can say that!

However, that is the same reason why we cannot accept students onto our Further Maths program, unless they complete the G.C.S.E. 1-year early

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