Maths for y9 progression evening 2013

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  • 1. GCSE from Year 9 End of year 8 results and teacher assessment Set 1 or 6 Set 2, 3 or 7 Set 8 Set 4 or 9 Set 5 or 10
  • 2. Set 1 or 6 – Higher  Year 9 Higher grades A/B  End of year 9 mock exam  Year 10 Higher course grades A/A*  End of year 10 mock exam  Year 11 consolidate Higher all grades  Mock exam in March  Study the OCR Additional Maths FSMQ course  Take Higher GCSE at the end of year 11  May also take the OCR Additional Maths at the end of year 11
  • 3. Set 2, 3 or 7 – Higher  Year 9 Higher grades C/B  End of year 9 mock exam  Year 10 Higher course grades B/A  End of year 10 mock exam  Year 11 consolidate Higher at all grades and extend to A/A* where appropriate  Mock exam in March  Take Higher GCSE at the end of year 11
  • 4. Set 8 and 4 or 9 – Foundation/Higher  Year 9 Foundation to grade C  End of year 9 mock exam  Year 10 repeat Foundation to grade C  Mock exam March  Take Foundation GCSE at the end of year 10
  • 5. Set 8 and 4 or 9 – Foundation/Higher  Achieve a grade C  Year 11 Higher course  Mock exam March  Take Higher GCSE at end of year 11  Achieve below grade C  Re-take Foundation course  Re-take Foundation GCSE in November  And again in June if required
  • 6. Set 5 or 10 – Foundation  Year 9 Foundation  End of year 9 mock exam  Year 10 Foundation  Take Foundation GCSE at the end of year 10  Year 11 repeat Foundation  Mock exam March  Re-take Foundation GCSE at the end of year 11
  • 7. Questions?  Which set?  Changing sets?  Revision?  Support?  If you have any other questions I will be available at the end of this session.
  • 8. Thank you for your ongoing support.