Our WJEC Mathematics distance learning course is enhanced with lessons with a bank of resources, interactive tests and activities. The course focuses on strands of learning within the curriculum to improve progression throughout, offering a seamless progression.
We provide learning resources that focus on assessment objectives and are organised by topic, allowing you to use them alongside our scheme of work.
The course measures progression and assesses understanding with;
✓ 120+ online tests
✓ 120+ assessment exercises
✓ 40+ prior knowledge exercises
✓ 24 progression charts
✓ 1 progression recording grid
✓ 12 assessment papers
The course enables students to build, apply and review their understanding through;
✓ 5000+ questions that build understanding and fluency
✓ 1000+ problem-solving questions
✓ 100+ worksheets plus hundreds of activities
exam-style questions and worked solutions
The curriculum is split into 120+ topics lasting between 1 and 2 weeks with three learning pathways; foundation, Intermediate and Higher.
The advantage of studying with us is that you sit exams with us to.
The Maths GCSE syllabus has three tiers, Foundation, Intermediate and Higher. The Foundation level allows students to achieve grades between D and G, the Intermediate tier allows students to achieve grades between B and E and the Higher tier allows students to achieve grades A* and C.
This is a linear qualification in which all assessments must be taken at the end of the course. Assessment opportunities will be available in the summer and November series each year, until the end of the life of this specification.
- WJEC GCSE Mathematics (Foundation Tier) – 3300PF
- WJEC GCSE Mathematics (Intermediate Tier) – 3300PN
- WJEC GCSE Mathematics (Higher Tier) – 3300PH
Irrespective of which tier you enter for, you will sit two exams
Paper 1 is a non-calculator paper and Papers 2 allow the use if a calculator.
Access Arrangements allow candidates/learners with special educational needs, disabilities or temporary injuries to access the assessment without changing the demands of the assessment. For example, readers, scribes and Braille question papers. In this way Awarding Bodies will comply with the duty of the Equality Act 2010 to make ‘reasonable adjustments’.
We can arrange access arrangement and assess you with our special assessor. The deadline for application to the exam board is the February of the year the leaner sits exams.