We believe that anyone can get excited about mathematical learning when classes are taught in an engaging and interesting way. We know that parents want their children to be numerate and we take our role in this very seriously, giving children the tools to approach Maths in ways that inspire and encourage them.

At Saint Michael’s, pupils study Mathematics as part of the standard curriculum, preparing to take at least one GCSE in Maths at age 16.
Universities require Maths at this level as a basic entry requirement. Pupils who want to study subjects such as Engineering, Medicine, Economics and Physics usually take A Level Maths. Children with a particular passion for the subject can also opt to take Further Maths at A Level.

Understanding the complexities of mathematical equations is a skill that will serve all pupils into adulthood, and help them succeed as successful business men and women post university.