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GCSE Mathematics    At Fairfield High School For Girls
   Higher           Grades A* to C   Foundation       Grades C to G   This decision has been made by the    maths dept ...
Below level                             Foundation                  5End of year    level 5 or    Foundation  8 result    ...
   Year 9    ◦ Study the basics of the GCSE    ◦ GCSE mock exam   Year 10    ◦ Develop skills, Knowledge & understanding...
   Year 9    ◦ Study the basics of the GCSE    ◦ GCSE mock exam   Year 10    ◦ Develop understanding, skills & knowledge...
   Year 11                                    Take Higher                     Grade C                                   J...
   Year 9    ◦ Study the basics of the GCSE    ◦ GCSE mock exam   Year 10    ◦ Develop skills, Knowledge & understanding...
   Year 9    ◦ Study the basics of the GCSE    ◦ GCSE mock exam   Year 10    ◦ Develop skills, Knowledge & understanding...
   A Free Standing Maths Qualification    (FSMQ)   To bridge the gap between GCSE and A    Level   UCAS points   Studi...
   Your daughter’s set and GCSE route will    already have been discussed with her    maths teacher at the recent parent’...
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Year 9 gcse progression evening

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Year 9 gcse progression evening

  1. 1. GCSE Mathematics At Fairfield High School For Girls
  2. 2.  Higher Grades A* to C Foundation Grades C to G This decision has been made by the maths dept based upon: ◦ End of Year 8 results ◦ Performance in class and homework ◦ Efforts in class and homework ◦ Expected gradeHigher or Foundation?
  3. 3. Below level Foundation 5End of year level 5 or Foundation 8 result low level 6 early entry Secure level Higher 6 or aboveGuide to GCSE routes
  4. 4.  Year 9 ◦ Study the basics of the GCSE ◦ GCSE mock exam Year 10 ◦ Develop skills, Knowledge & understanding ◦ GCSE mock exam Year 11 ◦ Consolidate skills, knowledge & understanding ◦ Take GCSE exam in JuneFoundation
  5. 5.  Year 9 ◦ Study the basics of the GCSE ◦ GCSE mock exam Year 10 ◦ Develop understanding, skills & knowledge ◦ Take GCSE exam in JuneFoundation Early Entry
  6. 6.  Year 11 Take Higher Grade C June year 11 Year 10 exam Evaluate exam Below Grade C and retake FoundationFoundation Early Entry
  7. 7.  Year 9 ◦ Study the basics of the GCSE ◦ GCSE mock exam Year 10 ◦ Develop skills, Knowledge & understanding ◦ GCSE mock exam Year 11 ◦ Consolidate skills, knowledge & understanding ◦ Take GCSE exam in JuneHigher – Set 2’s
  8. 8.  Year 9 ◦ Study the basics of the GCSE ◦ GCSE mock exam Year 10 ◦ Develop skills, Knowledge & understanding ◦ GCSE mock exam Year 11 ◦ Consolidate skills, knowledge & understanding alongside Additional Mathematics ◦ Take GCSE exam in June ◦ Take Additional Mathematics in June (optional)Higher – Top sets
  9. 9.  A Free Standing Maths Qualification (FSMQ) To bridge the gap between GCSE and A Level UCAS points Studied by all top set pupils in year 11 Studied alongside GCSE improves grades Taken June Y11 (optional)OCR Additional Mathematics
  10. 10.  Your daughter’s set and GCSE route will already have been discussed with her maths teacher at the recent parent’s evening. It has also been made clear to pupils which GCSE route they are taking. Thank you for your time and support.Questions?

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