2017 Mathematics AS/A level specifications: Professional Development

These professional development courses are appropriate for teaching any of the 2017 mathematics AS/A level specifications. This is possible given the common content of all specifications.

We are able to offer them at substantially subsidised rates due to the generous sponsorship of Casio.

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Get set for the 2017 maths A levels

This programme of four one-day courses is designed to help teachers of maths AS/A levels prepare for the new specifications. It provides an introduction to the changes and will focus on AS/A level Mathematics. Although some of the content will be relevant to Further Mathematics, more in-depth professional development on the 2017 AS/A level Further Mathematics will be available through the Further Mathematics Support Programme.

Each of the courses will be available at regional locations throughout academic year 2016-17. There is no dependency between the courses; however, it is recommended that at least one teacher from a school or college attends each of the four courses.

  • Principles of the new mathematics A levels
    This course is appropriate for any teacher who will be teaching the new maths AS/A levels; it focuses on the impact of the changes on teaching, including modelling, problem solving, proof, and a linear scheme of work: Principles course outline.
  • Mechanics
    This course is particularly relevant for those who have not previously taught mechanics; it covers the main mechanics topics in the new A level Mathematics: Mechanics course outline.
  • Statistics
    This course is appropriate for any teacher who will be teaching the new maths AS/A levels; it covers the main statistics topics and the changes in the approach to these topics from current S1 modules. Opportunities for using technology and large data sets are highlighted: Statistics course outline .
  • Effective use of technology in the new maths A levels, including the large data set
    This course is relevant to all teachers; it focuses on promoting mathematical understanding through the use of technology across A level Mathematics: Technology course outline.

Course Dates and application form

To apply for the course please fill in the online application form.

Get Set: Principles of the new mathematics A levels

Region Venue   Date     Spaces More info


Get Set: Mechanics

Region Venue   Date     Spaces More info


Get Set: Statistics

Region Venue   Date     Spaces More info
LondonChobham Academy, London22/02/2017Fully BookedMore info
WMBishop Challoner Catholic College (BCCC), Birmingham 02/03/2017Fully BookedMore info


Get Set: Effective use of technology in the new maths A levels, including the large data set

Region Venue   Date     Spaces More info
YHOIE Conference Centre, Doncaster 28/02/2017Fully BookedMore info
SESt Paul’s Catholic College, West Sussex28/02/2017Fully BookedMore info
WMBishop Challoner Catholic College (BCCC), Birmingham 06/03/2017Fully BookedMore info
NECarmel College, Darlington10/03/2017YesMore info
LondonChobham Academy, London10/03/2017Fully BookedMore info


Application form

To apply for the course please fill in the online application form.

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Interested but no course in your region? Please fill in your details and we’ll be in touch when new courses are arranged: Register your interest.

Course Fees and further information

The fee for each one day ‘Get Set’ course is £90.
Please click on the link http://bit.ly/GetSet2016-17 to fill in the online application form.

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