Parents & Employers

Mathematics is the only A-level subject which offers two A Level qualifications – Mathematics and Further Mathematics. Further Mathematics is an AS/A Level course and is designed to be learnt alongside Maths in Year 12, but can be taken as an AS Level in Year 13. The full A Level in Further Maths is made up of 5 modules including pure and applied topics.

Further Maths qualifications are highly regarded and are warmly welcomed by universities and develop many transferable skills sought by employers.  More information can be found on our drop down tabs about what Further Maths is, its benefits, how it is studied and HE and Careers opportunities. You can read our Parents’ Leaflet here.

Parents and teachers are welcome to attend any events, below are listed general events which introduce Further Maths and problem solving which may be of interest, all student events including curriculum based topic workshops can be found here. For more information and general enquires please email

Desmos Christmas Drawing Competition - It’s that time of year again! Time to brush up on your Desmos skills and embrace your Christmas creativity. To see last years winners click here Welcome to the Christmas Drawing competition! It’s fairly straightforward, use Desmos to create a Christmas scene. Take a look at our Desmos Christmas constructions youtube playlist to get yourself… Read More »Desmos Christmas Drawing Competition
STEP - The FMSPW are running two courses on problem solving aimed at students aspiring to study STEM related subjects at top universities. Problem solving, the ability to tackle problems for which the solution method is not immediately clear, is a key part of mathematics. Good problem solvers, in addition to conceptual understanding and procedural fluency, need… Read More »STEP
GCSE Exam Question Revision Videos Jun 18 - Click on the playlist button below to see all the videos.
Further Maths Taster Session - Why study A Level Further Maths.
SUMP 2021/2022 - Start to develop your problem solving skills