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There was a National dip in Mathematics results but many pupils at RHS had excellent results on the Higher Tier papers in particular, with 10% of pupils achieving A*/A in their GCSE Mathematics.
Congratulations to all pupils who managed to achieve their target grades.
This usually consists of two half year sets of three/four classes and the setting is reviewed regularly (once per term) following an assessment of progress.
Key Stage 3 classes follow the National Curriculum Programme of Study and Key Stage 4 classes follow GCSE courses: WJEC GCSE in Mathematics – Numeracy and WJEC GCSE in Mathematics The schemes of work have been developed to follow units focusing on Number, Algebra, Shape/Space/Measures and Handling Data.MATHEMATICS Department Staff Welcome to the Maths Department. Base Curriculum Structure Year 7 Maths is taught through the "We Solve" curriculum, consisting of 10hrs per fortnight. We encourage our pupils to continue their study of Maths at AS/A Level after leaving RHS, particularly if they are considering careers in the fields of Computing, Science, Engineering and Economics.The information in a past paper may be reproduced in support of SQA qualifications only on a non-commercial basis.If it is reproduced, SQA must be clearly acknowledged as the source.All pupils will be required to sit both qualifications.They will be entered at the appropriate level of either Foundation (D-G), Intermediate (B-E) or Higher (A*-C).GCSE Maths Results 2016 The class of 2016 improved on last year’s very good results with an increase of 3.7% up from 59.2% to 62.9%.Well done to all of the pupils for their hard work! Pupils are asked to think about Maths in a creative way working in groups, pairs and independently. Lukotkova - Teaching Assistant About the department "Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new." ~ Albert Einstein The aim of the Maths Department is that pupils enjoy the subject and are continually encouraged and challenged to never settle for less than their very best.