Mathematics teaching at Muntham House School is similar to mainstream school. Students sit national tests at the end year 6, year 9 and year 11 and some study mathematics in the Extended Education Unit.
Students’ ability varies considerably at Muntham House so we ensure that learning routes are tailored to reflect this. Students working below level 3 will be offered numeracy sessions to work on basic numeracy skills and support mathematics teaching in the main lessons. Those who are achieve particularly high mathematics grades can take their GCSE in year 10 and study AS mathematics in year 11, or study mathematics GCSE at the Weald Secondary school. I am pleased to say that last year 100% students in key stage 3 and 82% of Key stage 4 students were working on or above their targets.
The charts illustrate the different routes available to students. All students are required to study mathematics until they have achieved a GCSE grade C or above. The following chart shows the qualification available.