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Watch the recorded webinars and download the presentations from the Festival of A Level Maths today. Discover more about the new A Level Maths and Further Maths specifications.
We are pleased to announce that our new AS/A Level Mathematics A qualifications are accredited for first teaching in 2017.
Our AS and A Level in Mathematics A specifications offer coherent courses of study to develop your students' mathematical understanding. They encourage students to think, act and communicate mathematically, providing them with the skills to analyse situations in mathematics and elsewhere.
The mathematical knowledge your students can gain will be broad and widely applicable, preparing them for a wide range of destinations. Content includes in-depth treatments of calculus and proof, alongside statistics and mechanics, preparing students for a wide range of destinations in Higher Education and employment.
Worthwhile - Research, international comparisons and engagement with both teachers and the wider education community have been used to enhance the reliability, validity and appeal of our assessments in mathematics.
Learner-focused - They'll allow your students to develop mathematical independence built on a sound base of conceptual learning and understanding. They give students a springboard for future progress and achievement in employment and in a variety of subjects in Higher Education.
Teacher-centred - They’re designed to help you teach interesting mathematics, encouraging students to master the subject and achieve positive exam results. We'll provide clear communication on the new qualification requirements and give you an extensive teacher support package, including high-quality flexible resources, particularly for the new AS and A Level Mathematics subject areas.
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Accredited specification for the new A Level GCE Mathematics A qualification.
Accredited specification for the new AS Level GCE Mathematics A qualification.
A brief guide for teachers introducing the new A Level Mathematics A qualification.
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Questions covering topics from section 2.03 of the new A Level Maths specification (H240).
An editable resource for teachers to develop schemes of work to deliver the new AS and A Levels in Maths A and Further Maths A in parallel.
An editable resource for teachers to develop schemes of work to deliver the new AS and A Levels in Mathematics A and Further Mathematics A in parallel.
An editable resource for teachers to develop schemes of work to deliver the new AS and A Levels in Maths A and Further Maths A in parallel, starting with Pure Core.
Questions relating to section 1.02 of the new AS/A Level Maths specification (H230/H240).
Questions relating to section 1.04 of the new AS/A Level Maths specification (H230/H240).
Questions relating to section 1.07 of the new AS/A Level Maths specification (H230/H240).
A brief guide containing suggestions on how to use Check ins.
A guide for students including examples, question practice on key topics and suggested reading before starting the A Level.
A guide showing how legacy AS and A2 units map to the new A Level specification.
A guide showing how legacy AS units map to the new AS specification.
The guide provides a general introduction to the differences in the two models (linear versus modular) across GCSE and A Level and the impact on you as a teaching professional.
A resource for using the large data set (LDS).
A resource using the large data set (LDS) to investigate whether usage of underground, metro, light rail and tram (UMLRT) has increased between 2001 and 2011.
A number of tasks to support the delivery of ‘Using and manipulating surds, including rationalising the denominator’.
OCR is delighted to work with Cambridge University Press as our publisher partner for Maths. Please see the brochure below for forthcoming publications to support the OCR Maths A and Further Maths A specifications.