AQA GCSE Mathematics: Ensuring Students Achieve Grades 4 and 5

Code:
8521

AQA GCSE Mathematics: Ensuring Students Achieve Grades 4 and 5

£269.00

Online | Thursday 3 February 2022

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ABOUT THIS COURSE

The aim of the course is to help teachers ensure that students achieve at least a Grade 4 and meet their potential in the upcoming Summer 2022 AQA GCSE Mathematics exam.

The course is aimed at teachers who want to explore expert and high-level teaching strategies and techniques to maximise outcomes for their students. The course will focus on strategies to address key challenge areas to where students struggle. Delegates will explore high quality and successful teaching approaches for the content, in addition to working on strategies to support the development of AO2 and AO3 techniques at KS3 and KS4.

Please note the topics for sessions 2 and 3 will be adapted accordingly should they need to change post 07 Feb 2022.

** laptops and internet access needed throughout the day

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  • Obtain AQA specific skills and advice to make sure that students achieve their potential and obtain at least a Grade 4 in the examinations
  • Our expert examiner provides first-hand knowledge of experiences from the first 7 examination series of the new Mathematics (9-1) GCSE to help strengthen student performance
  • Take away materials to help develop student reasoning, understanding and confidence
  • Activities and guidance from real student responses which can be used to boost student performance
  • Increase the likelihood student success in achieving grades 4 and 5 with AQA
COURSE DATES Online | Thursday 3 February 2022

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 
  • All teachers of AQA GCSE Mathematics
  • Non-specialist Mathematics teachers who may be delivering revision sessions for Year 11
  • Heads of Mathematics
  • Trainee teachers; NQTs and members of the SLT responsible for Mathematics
COURSE CODE 8521
IN-SCHOOL You can also book this as an In-School Course
INCLUDED
  • A specially prepared folder of detailed notes, practical advice and guidance
  • Notes prepared by the educational experts leading the course
  • Expert produced PowerPoint presentations
  • CPD Certificate of attendance

 

Additional information

Location

London, Manchester

Subject

Mathematics

Key Stage

GCSE

Course Leader

Will Rigby

Job Title

Head of Department, Subject Teacher, CPD Coordinator