Mathematics

No one is born knowing maths but no one is born lacking the ability to learn maths.

Head of Faculty

Mr L Johnston (w.johnston@temac.co.uk)


Due to the impact of Covid-19, we have implemented a recovery curriculum for certain year groups. For Year 8, we have allowed some extra time for consolidation before advancing along our carefully sequenced journey. Year 9 and year 10 have accessed a six-week transitional scheme of learning to ensure that they are fully prepared and ready for their journey approaching GCSE.

Curriculum Vision

Our school’s vision is ‘to equip all students with the skills, abilities, attributes and qualifications to pursue a fulfilling career, contribute positively to their communities and be active, global citizens’. Maths is an integral part of this since it is how we build problem-solving skills, arguably a skill that is necessary for engineers, carpenters, actuaries and nurses alike.
As a faculty, we strive to promote the love of mathematics and enable students to have the confidence to participate, achieve and thrive within the wider community.

We will achieve this by providing a coherent, cohesive and relevant journey through: arithmetic, algebra, geometry probability and statistics. All students will be given an equal opportunity to learn mathematics with a personalised approach offered to each. Students will gain real-life appreciation through lesson planning, strong links to careers and enrichment.

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