About the course
This course is designed to support learners in year 9, 10 and 11 through GCSE Maths courses as well as those retaking Maths GCSE with learning in a small group of no more than 6 learners.
The aim is to boost grades by developing the essential maths skills required and by giving opportunities to apply maths to real life situations. There is a special focus on gaining the skills and knowledge to reach at least the 4/5 grade level at GCSE Maths.
To succeed with GCSE Maths learners increasingly need to apply the maths skills that they have learned to problems. This course is a great way to practice and develop these skills with real life problems and situations so that learners can learn to apply their skills appropriately and gain confidence.
The course is a great way for learners to see the value of maths in their daily lives and will help improve basic problem solving skills. This will also help the ability of learners to access GCSE Maths examination papers and improve overall performance.
The course provides accreditation for learning for each 10 hours of accredited work with up to 10 credits available for 100 hours of accredited work. The rate at which learners progress through the accredited hours will vary and the course blocks all include teaching and revision of key topics needed for the work in that module to help learners achieve the best outcomes and develop their knowledge and skills. This course runs in holidays and term time on Saturday mornings.
These credits can be used towards other ASDAN qualifications. Find out more here.
Learning is in a small group with a maximum of 6 learners with our highly experienced maths teacher Ruth Yentis. Ruth has an inclusive and engaging teaching style and a strong desire to see all learners achieve their best.
Key Course Information
Next holiday online workshop dates:
February half term – Monday 15th February to Thursday 18th February – 2.5 hours per day – 10 hours in total – 10am to 12.30pm
Easter – Tuesday 6th April to Friday 9th April – 2.5 hours per day – 10 hours in total – 10am to 12.30pm
May half term – Monday 31st May to Wednesday 2nd June – 3 hours 20 minutes per day – 10 hours in total – 10am to 1.15pm
Location: online group learning via Microsoft Teams. We recommend downloading the laptop app which is free and a free Microsoft account will be needed to gain access to the group in Microsoft Teams
Cost: £175 for each of the 10 hour workshops, payable within 3 business days of booking
Group learning: maximum of 6 learners per group
Materials: the ASDAN e-portfolio subscription for this course is included in the course cost, if hard copies of the learner books are requested this would cost an additional £18.00 including postage. PDF certificates are included in the course cost. Course materials will be emailed to parents a week before the course starts.
How to register: please complete the registration form to sign your learner up for the summer workshop or the Saturday workshops.
How to pay: once you have completed registration you will receive our payment details to make payment which is required up front before the start of the course. If there were to be a problem with your registration we will let you know.
Our ASDAN Registration
Acorn to Oak Education is an ASDAN registered centre with number 38206. We offer ASDAN short courses and programmes.
According to our safeguarding procedures all members of staff are subject to DBS and other employment checks including in relation to identity, right to work in the UK and reference checks.