MEI has produced a scheme of work for the new A level starting in 2017. It comprises 43 units, each centred on one topic, with a commentary of the underlying mathematics, a sample resource, a use of technology, links with other topics, common errors, opportunities for proof and questions to promote mathematical thinking.
The content addresses the three overarching themes of the new A level :
Sample units from the Scheme of Work are included below. Participants on MEI’s CPD courses ‘Strategies for implementing the 2017 maths A levels’ and ‘Get set for the 2017 maths A levels’ (http://www.mei.org.uk/2017pd ) will have access to the entire editable scheme of work; an element of these courses will see participants working together to further develop specific units to meet the needs of their own students. It is designed in the hope that in many schools and colleges mathematics colleagues will use it as a starting point to discuss the issues raised, and the units will provide a framework for their own scheme of work.
From Spring 2017 the entire Scheme of Work will be freely available from this page.

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Problem solving (AS) 


Surds and indices (AS) 


Quadratic functions(AS) 


Equations and inequalities (AS) 


Coordinate geometry (AS) 

Trigonometry (AS) 


Polynomials (AS) 


Graphs and transformations (AS) 


The binomial expansion (AS) 

Differentiation (AS) 


Integration (AS) 


Vectors (AS) 


Exponentials and logarithms (AS) 


Data collection (AS) 


Data processing, presentation and interpretation (AS) 

Probability (AS) 


The binomial distribution (AS) 


Statistical hypothesis testing using the binomial distribution (AS) 


Kinematics (AS) 

Forces and Newton's laws of motion (AS) 


Variable acceleration (AS) 


Proof 


Trigonometry 

Sequences and series 


Functions 


Differentiation 

Trigonometric functions 


Algebra 

Trigonometric identities 


Further differentiation 


Integration 


Parametric equations 

Vectors 

Differential equations 


Numerical methods 


Probability 


Probability distributions 


Hypothesis testing 


Kinematics 


Forces and motion 


Moments 

Friction 
