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23/04/19
Revised A level and other 1618 results in England, 2017/18. Maths on pages 16 to 22
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04/04/19
Level 2 and 3 national attainment data for young people aged 19 in 2018
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11/02/19
DfE research into Attitudes towards STEM subjects by gender at KS4 covering: enjoyment, confidence, beliefs about job prospects, earning potential and future plans
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16/10/18
Provisional GCSE and equivalent results in England 2017 to 2018
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21/09/18
Join the maths Teaching for Mastery programme  empowers and equips teachers to improve pupils’ enjoyment, resilience, understanding and attainment in maths
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21/09/18
Get support from your local maths hub. The maths hubs programme consists of 35 schoolled maths hubs that offer support to teachers and schools to improve maths education
Find out more
04/09/18
DfE Research report on “Improving engagement and attainment in maths and English courses” (predominantly post 16 GCSE resit and Functional Skills candidates). See “Summary of interventions in FE colleges”, page 11, for the types of intervention and their impact.
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28/06/18
All the regulatory documentation for the new Functional Skills qualifications.
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27/02/18
Revised Functional skills mathematics subject content at entry levels, level 1 and level 2.
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27/02/18
Functional skills English and mathematics subject content: government response to consultation.
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22/11/17
Section 5.8 of the Autumn Budget details the money committed to maths education – in teaching for mastery, A level, GCSE resit and maths schools
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17/10/17
GCSE and equivalent results: 2016 to 2017 (provisional)
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13/10/17
Secondary school performance tables in England: 2016 to 2017. Use the comparison tool to compare your school to selected others
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29/09/17
Details of free teacher subject specialism training aimed at nonspecialists, and returning teachers. Courses are available in secondary mathematics and core maths
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20/06/17
Explanation for colleges, universities, businesses and parents on how to interpret the new GCSE grades
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10/04/17
Education and Skills Funding Agency has confirmed (Annex D on page 50) that students with a grade 3, or grade D in English or Maths GCSE will have to retake the qualification, and will not be able to take functional skills instead. Those with lower grades will be expected to continue studying an Maths/English qualification of some description. TES article summarises here.
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28/03/17
Grade 4 (‘standard pass’) and Grade 5 (‘strong pass’): implications for maths resit. Letter from Secretary of State.
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19/01/17
Progress 8 and Attainment 8 information for qualification criteria. See page 11 for mathematics criteria and admissible qualifications.
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19/01/17
School and college performance tables: 2015 to 2016. Download school data. Compare groups of schools.
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19/01/17
GCSE results in England, 2015 to 2016. Headline measures for school performance tables 2016 include pupil results in maths and English. See how they compare with 2015 on page 12.
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12/6/16
A directory to locate SKE (subject knowledge enhancement) providers, including maths.
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12/6/16
PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) report on England’s performance (Y11s) compared to over 70 countries worldwide, in maths (pages 64 to 82) science and reading. Performance in maths is broadly maintained since last report in 2012.
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19/10/16
Update to Progress 8 and Attainment 8 guide from DfE, including a definition, using Progress 8, of ‘coasting schools’ .
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31/08/16
Updated information and guidance on calculating Attainment 8 and Progress 8 accountability measures.
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25/08/16
Comment on today’s GCSE results.
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10/08/16
Updated document offering data about students retaking GCSE mathematics and English. Around 7.1% of students who did not achieve A* to C in GCSE maths in 2012/13 achieved this benchmark by 2014/15. The figure for English GCSE is 13.2%.
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27/06/16
Guidance for funding 16 19 maths is updated to show the extension to the timetable for final legacy GCSEs and IGCSE resits and retakes.
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12/06/16
The transcript of the speech from Nick Gibb given at the ACME conference making announcements about continuing the primary Shanghai exchange scheme and commissioning a new report into continuing mathematics at 16+.
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04/04/19
Level 2 and 3 national attainment data for young people aged 19 in 2018
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06/03/19
Do you know about the post16 maths premium payable to institutions that increase their numbers studying maths? Over 1/3 of institutions don’t. This and stats on post16 courses offered in different institutions in a DfE report. (Maths p3841)
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11/02/19
DfE research into Attitudes towards STEM subjects by gender at KS4 covering: enjoyment, confidence, beliefs about job prospects, earning potential and future plans
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18/01/19
Results 2017 2018 for 16 to 18 year olds: A level (maths pages 7 and 12) and others including resit GCSE (pages 1622).
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21/09/18
Get help to increase participation in post16 maths  this programme provides CPD, resources and support to improve teaching and increase participation in post16 maths education
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21/09/18
Get support from your local maths hub. The maths hubs programme consists of 35 schoolled maths hubs that offer support to teachers and schools to improve maths education
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04/07/18
The details of the Advanced Maths Premium to be paid to institutions that increase their numbers studying maths beyond GCSE
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28/02/18
Nick Gibb announces Advanced Maths Premium, £600 per year, for each additional student that schools/colleges manage to attract, to study Core Maths or AS/A level Maths/Further Maths.
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 and see also our news item about this.
22/11/17
Section 5.8 of the Autumn Budget details the money committed to maths education – in teaching for mastery, A level, GCSE resit and maths schools
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13/10/17
Secondary school performance tables in England: 2016 to 2017. Use the comparison tool to compare your school to selected others
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20/07/17
Professor Sir Adrian Smith’s review of mathematics education for 16 to 18yearolds in England and the government response.
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19/01/17
School and college performance tables: 2015 to 2016. Download school data. Compare groups of schools.
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19/01/17
A level and other 16 to 18 results: 2015 to 2016. Headline measures for school performance tables 2016 include every student’s results in maths.
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18/08/16
Comment on today’s A level results.
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12/06/16
The transcript of the speech from Nick Gibb given at the ACME conference making announcements about continuing the primary Shanghai exchange scheme and commissioning a new report into continuing mathematics at 16+.
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11/02/19
DfE research into Attitudes towards STEM subjects by gender at KS4 covering: enjoyment, confidence, beliefs about job prospects, earning potential and future plans
Find out more
21/09/18
Get help to increase participation in post16 maths  this programme provides CPD, resources and support to improve teaching and increase participation in post16 maths education
Find out more
21/09/18
Get support from your local maths hub. The maths hubs programme consists of 35 schoolled maths hubs that offer support to teachers and schools to improve maths education
Find out more
04/07/18
The details of the Advanced Maths Premium to be paid to institutions that increase their numbers studying maths beyond GCSE
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28/02/18
Nick Gibb announces Advanced Maths Premium, £600 per year, for each additional student that schools/colleges manage to attract, to study Core Maths or AS/A level Maths/Further Maths.
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 and see also our news item about this.
22/11/17
Section 5.8 of the Autumn Budget details the money committed to maths education – in teaching for mastery, A level, GCSE resit and maths schools
Find out more
29/09/17
Details of free teacher subject specialism training aimed at nonspecialists, and returning teachers. Courses are available in secondary mathematics and core maths
Find out more
20/07/17
Professor Sir Adrian Smith’s review of mathematics education for 16 to 18yearolds in England and the government response.
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03/09/16
DfE press release explains what the new Core Maths qualification is.
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02/04/19
From 2020, all Y4 pupils will sit a statutory times table check with the aim that all children should know their tables by the end of primary school. 2 min information video.
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21/09/18
Join the maths Teaching for Mastery programme  empowers and equips teachers to improve pupils’ enjoyment, resilience, understanding and attainment in maths
Find out more
21/09/18
Get support from your local maths hub. The maths hubs programme consists of 35 schoolled maths hubs that offer support to teachers and schools to improve maths education
Find out more
04/09/18
This publication provides provisional attainment statistics for key stage 2 (KS2) national curriculum assessments 2018 with analysis by gender, school type, area
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10/07/18
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14/02/18
Year 4 Multiplication tables check: trials to begin in schools
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17/10/17
Y7 catchup strategies, for lowattainers, (numeracy and literacy), reviewed. Numeracy from p19
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13/10/17
Secondary school performance tables in England: 2016 to 2017. Use the comparison tool to compare your school to selected others
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28/09/17
See page 6 for national key stage 1 results of teacher assessments 2017
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14/09/17
Changes to the primary assessment system, maths and English, announced after 12week consultation
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06/07/17
Information for Y6 parents, but also an important reference for teachers
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06/07/17
Information for Y2 parents, but also an important reference for teachers
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04/07/17
Interim report for Key Stage 2 National Curriculum assessments, including maths, in England, 2017
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04/07/17
Explanation of scaled scores and the expected standard for the 2017 KS2 national curriculum tests  useful for Y7 teachers!
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30/03/17
Proposals to reform assessment at primary level: consultation period opens. TES offers summarised version in item below.
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TES outlines main points from DfE proposals (in item above) for reform to primary assessment (above).
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19/01/17
Progress 8 and Attainment 8 information for qualification criteria. See page 11 for mathematics criteria and admissible qualifications.
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19/01/17
School and college performance tables: 2015 to 2016. Download school data. Compare groups of schools.
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15/12/16
Report on the 2016 key stage 2 assessments which are the first to assess the new national curriculum introduced in 2014. Includes breakdowns by pupil characteristics.
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29/11/16
TIMSS (Trends in Maths and Science Study) report published. Key international comparisons of levels of maths (and science) achieved by Year 5 and Year 9 pupils from various countries. England results show a slight improvement on 4 years ago.
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22/11/16
Guidance on preparing for the key stages 1 and 2 mathematics tests from 2017.
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15/11/16
Recorded webinar in which teachers put questions about the 2017 primary assessments: key stage 1 to Standards and Testing Agency panel. Includes both maths and English.
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15/11/16
Recorded webinar in which teachers put questions about the 2017 primary assessments: key stage 2 to Standards and Testing Agency panel. Includes both maths and English.
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10/11/16
Information about ‘P scales’ and KS2 marking review outcomes.
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19/10/16
Statutory retesting of Year 7 pupils will not take place.
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01/09/16
Provisional headline figures from the KS2 assessments are released. 70% of pupils reached the expected standard in maths.
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05/07/16
Provisional headline figures from the KS2 assessments are released.
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12/06/16
The transcript of the speech from Nick Gibb given at the ACME conference making announcements about continuing the primary Shanghai exchange scheme and commissioning a new report into continuing mathematics at 16+.
Find out more
23/05/16
KS2 maths papers have been released, offering an insight for KS3 teachers into the starting points of the new Year 7s.
Find out more
11/02/16
The transcript of the speech by Nick Gibb delivered at Elmhurst Primary School focussing on the importance of basic mathematical skills such as times tables.
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02/04/19
From 2020, all Y4 pupils will sit a statutory times table check with the aim that all children should know their tables by the end of primary school. 2 min information video.
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21/09/18
Join the maths Teaching for Mastery programme  empowers and equips teachers to improve pupils’ enjoyment, resilience, understanding and attainment in maths
Find out more21/09/18
Get support from your local maths hub. The maths hubs programme consists of 35 schoolled maths hubs that offer support to teachers and schools to improve maths education
Find out more
04/09/18
This publication provides provisional attainment statistics for key stage 2 (KS2) national curriculum assessments 2018 with analysis by gender, school type, area
Find out more
10/07/18
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14/02/18
Year 4 Multiplication tables check: trials to begin in schools
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22/11/17
Section 5.8 of the Autumn Budget details the money committed to maths education – in teaching for mastery, A level, GCSE resit and maths schools
Find out more
17/10/17
Y7 catchup strategies, for lowattainers, (numeracy and literacy), reviewed. Numeracy from p19
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17/10/17
How much year 7 literacy and numeracy catchup premium funding schools receive, and guidance on how it should be spent
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13/10/17
Secondary school performance tables in England: 2016 to 2017. Use the comparison tool to compare your school to selected others
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29/09/17
Details of free teacher subject specialism training aimed at nonspecialists, and returning teachers. Courses are available in secondary mathematics and core maths
Find out more
14/09/17
Changes to the primary assessment system, maths and English, announced after 12week consultation
Find out more
06/07/17
Information for Y6 parents, but also an important reference for teachers
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04/07/17
Interim report for Key Stage 2 National Curriculum assessments, including maths, in England, 2017
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04/07/17
Explanation of scaled scores and the expected standard for the 2017 KS2 national curriculum tests  useful for Y7 teachers!
Find out more
30/03/17
Proposals to reform assessment at primary level: consultation period opens. TES offers summarised version in item below.
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TES outlines main points from DfE proposals (in item above) for reform to primary assessment (above).
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19/01/17
Progress 8 and Attainment 8 information for qualification criteria. See page 11 for mathematics criteria and admissible qualifications.
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19/01/17
School and college performance tables: 2015 to 2016. Download school data. Compare groups of schools.
Find out more
15/12/16
Report on the 2016 key stage 2 assessments which are the first to assess the new national curriculum introduced in 2014. Includes breakdowns by pupil characteristics.
Find out more
29/11/16
TIMSS (Trends in Maths and Science Study) report published. Key international comparisons of levels of maths (and science) achieved by Year 5 and Year 9 pupils from various countries. England results show a slight improvement on 4 years ago.
Find out more
22/11/16
Guidance on preparing for the key stages 1 and 2 mathematics tests from 2017.
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15/11/16
Recorded webinar in which teachers put questions about the 2017 primary assessments: key stage 1 to Standards and Testing Agency panel. Includes both maths and English.
Find out more
15/11/16
Recorded webinar in which teachers put questions about the 2017 primary assessments: key stage 2 to Standards and Testing Agency panel. Includes both maths and English.
Find out more
10/11/16
Information about ‘P scales’ and KS2 marking review outcomes.
Find out more
19/10/16
Statutory retesting of Year 7 pupils will not take place.
Find out more
01/09/16
Provisional headline figures from the KS2 assessments are released. 70% of pupils reached the expected standard in maths.
Find out more
05/07/16
Provisional headline figures from the KS2 assessments are released.
Find out more
12/06/16
The transcript of the speech from Nick Gibb given at the ACME conference making announcements about continuing the primary Shanghai exchange scheme and commissioning a new report into continuing mathematics at 16+.
Find out more
23/05/16
KS2 maths papers have been released, offering an insight for KS3 teachers into the starting points of the new Year 7s.
Find out more
11/02/16
The transcript of the speech by Nick Gibb delivered at Elmhurst Primary School focussing on the importance of basic mathematical skills such as times tables.
Find out more
04/07/17
Interim report for Key Stage 2 National Curriculum assessments, including maths, in England, 2017
Find out more
04/07/17
Explanation of scaled scores and the expected standard for the 2017 KS2 national curriculum tests  useful for Y7 teachers!
Find out more
19/01/17
Progress 8 and Attainment 8 information for qualification criteria. See page 11 for mathematics criteria and admissible qualifications.
Find out more
19/01/17
School and college performance tables: 2015 to 2016. Download school data. Compare groups of schools.
Find out more
12/6/16
A directory to locate SKE (subject knowledge enhancement) providers, including maths.
Find out more
12/6/16
PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) report on England’s performance (Y11s) compared to over 70 countries worldwide, in maths (pages 64 to 82) science and reading. Performance in maths is broadly maintained since last report in 2012.
Find out more
29/11/16
TIMSS (Trends in Maths and Science Study) report published. Key international comparisons of levels of maths (and science) achieved by Year 5 and Year 9 pupils from various countries. England results show a slight improvement on 4 years ago.
Find out more
19/10/16
Statutory retesting of Year 7 pupils will not take place.
Find out more
01/09/16
Provisional headline figures from the KS2 assessments are released. 70% of pupils reached the expected standard in maths.
Find out more
05/07/16
Provisional headline figures from the KS2 assessments are released.
Find out more
23/05/16
KS2 maths papers have been released, offering an insight for KS3 teachers into the starting points of the new Year 7s.
Find out more 
23/04/19
Revised A level and other 1618 results in England, 2017/18. Maths on pages 16 to 22
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04/04/19
Level 2 and 3 national attainment data for young people aged 19 in 2018
Find out more
06/03/19
Do you know about the post16 maths premium payable to institutions that increase their numbers studying maths? Over 1/3 of institutions don’t. This and stats on post16 courses offered in different institutions in a DfE report. (Maths p3841)
Find out more
18/01/19
Results 2017 2018 for 16 to 18 year olds: A level (maths pages 7 and 12) and others including resit GCSE (pages 1622).
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16/10/18
Provisional GCSE and equivalent results in England 2017 to 2018
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26/09/18
A list of qualifications that count towards the English and maths progress measures for 16 to 18 performance tables (those not achieving A* to C)
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21/09/18
Join the maths Teaching for Mastery programme  empowers and equips teachers to improve pupils’ enjoyment, resilience, understanding and attainment in maths
Find out more21/09/18
Get support from your local maths hub. The maths hubs programme consists of 35 schoolled maths hubs that offer support to teachers and schools to improve maths education
Find out more
04/09/18
DfE Research report on “Improving engagement and attainment in maths and English courses” (predominantly post 16 GCSE resit and Functional Skills candidates). See “Summary of interventions in FE colleges”, page 11, for the types of intervention and their impact.
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28/06/18
All the regulatory documentation for the new Functional Skills qualifications.
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27/02/18
Revised Functional skills mathematics subject content at entry levels, level 1 and level 2.
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27/02/18
Functional skills English and mathematics subject content: government response to consultation.
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27/11/17
What constitutes effective delivery and teaching for 1618 students who did not achieve A*C at GCSE? Report on DfEcommissioned research is published
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22/11/17
Section 5.8 of the Autumn Budget details the money committed to maths education – in teaching for mastery, A level, GCSE resit and maths schools
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17/10/17
Further Education (2015) reform programme evaluation: Key findings for GCSE maths page 177
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20/07/17
Professor Sir Adrian Smith’s review of mathematics education for 16 to 18yearolds in England and the government response.
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10/04/17
Education and Skills Funding Agency has confirmed (Annex D on page 50) that students with a grade 3, or grade D in English or Maths GCSE will have to retake the qualification, and will not be able to take functional skills instead. Those with lower grades will be expected to continue studying an Maths/English qualification of some description. TES article summarises here.
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10/08/16
Updated document offering data about students retaking GCSE mathematics and English. Around 7.1% of students who did not achieve A* to C in GCSE maths in 2012/13 achieved this benchmark by 2014/15. The figure for English GCSE is 13.2%.
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27/06/16
Guidance for funding 16 19 maths is updated to show the extension to the timetable for final legacy GCSEs and IGCSE resits and retakes.
Find out more 
27/02/18
Revised Functional skills mathematics subject content at entry levels, level 1 and level 2.
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27/02/18
Functional skills English and mathematics subject content: government response to consultation.
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15/09/16
Guidance and form for initial teacher training providers applying for subject knowledge enhancement programmes for the 2016 academic year.
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12/06/16
The transcript of the speech from Nick Gibb given at the ACME conference making announcements about continuing the primary Shanghai exchange scheme and commissioning a new report into continuing mathematics at 16+.
Find out more
23/05/16
KS2 maths papers have been released, offering an insight for KS3 teachers into the starting points of the new Year 7s.
Find out more
11/02/16
The transcript of the speech by Nick Gibb delivered at Elmhurst Primary School focussing on the importance of basic mathematical skills such as times tables.
Find out more 
21/09/18
Join the maths Teaching for Mastery programme  empowers and equips teachers to improve pupils’ enjoyment, resilience, understanding and attainment in maths
Find out more21/09/18
Get help to increase participation in post16 maths  this programme provides CPD, resources and support to improve teaching and increase participation in post16 maths education
Find out more
21/09/18
Get support from your local maths hub. The maths hubs programme consists of 35 schoolled maths hubs that offer support to teachers and schools to improve maths education
Find out more
12/6/16
A directory to locate SKE (subject knowledge enhancement) providers, including maths.
Find out more
6/12/16
Find and apply for free teacher subject specialism (mathematics) training in England.
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15/09/16
Guidance and form for initial teacher training providers applying for subject knowledge enhancement programmes for the 2016 academic year.
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12/07/16
New ‘Standards for Teachers’ Professional Development’ are published, setting out expectations about PD.
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12/06/16
The transcript of the speech from Nick Gibb given at the ACME conference making announcements about continuing the primary Shanghai exchange scheme and commissioning a new report into continuing mathematics at 16+.
Find out more
11/02/16
The transcript of the speech by Nick Gibb delivered at Elmhurst Primary School focussing on the importance of basic mathematical skills such as times tables.
Find out more 
21/09/18
Join the maths Teaching for Mastery programme  empowers and equips teachers to improve pupils’ enjoyment, resilience, understanding and attainment in maths
Find out more21/09/18
Get help to increase participation in post16 maths  this programme provides CPD, resources and support to improve teaching and increase participation in post16 maths education
Find out more
21/09/18
Get support from your local maths hub. The maths hubs programme consists of 35 schoolled maths hubs that offer support to teachers and schools to improve maths education
Find out more
12/09/16
Schools Standards Minister Nick Gibb’s speech at ResearchED.
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10/08/16
Updated document offering data about students retaking GCSE mathematics and English. Around 7.1% of students who did not achieve A* to C in GCSE maths in 2012/13 achieved this benchmark by 2014/15. The figure for English GCSE is 13.2%.
Find out more
12/07/16
New ‘Standards for Teachers’ Professional Development’ are published, setting out expectations about PD.
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12/06/16
The transcript of the speech from Nick Gibb given at the ACME conference making announcements about continuing the primary Shanghai exchange scheme and commissioning a new report into continuing mathematics at 16+.
Find out more
11/02/16
The transcript of the speech by Nick Gibb delivered at Elmhurst Primary School focussing on the importance of basic mathematical skills such as times tables.
Find out more 
10/11/16
Information about ‘P scales’ and KS2 marking review outcomes.
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Ofqual

03/05/19
This is the first year that the National Reference Test (NRT) results (from past 3 years) will be used in grade boundary setting in GCSE Maths. Read how this is done and how it is hoped the NRT will detect changes in maths performance over time.
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30/04/19
Update on the new Functional Skills qualifications
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26/04/19
How does Ofqual ensure fairness in exams?
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26/04/19
Video: How are GCSE grade boundaries set?
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15/04/19
Reform of Functional Skills qualifications in English and maths
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04/04/19
Ofqual blog. GCSEs and International GCSEs: what are the differences, how and when they can be compared, and which are regulated by Ofqual.
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22/02/19
National Reference Test 2019 – 10 things you need to know (including their use for setting GCSE boundaries and maintaining standards over time)
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19/02/19
A collection of documents showing how Ofqual is currently reforming Functional Skills qualifications
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15/01/19
GCSE tiering decisions for summer 2019
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03/08/18
Ofqual has apps that allow schools/colleges to compare their results with the national and regional picture, in various different ways, all explained in their blog
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13/07/18
GCSE, AS and A level exams: what happens to students’ scripts once the exam is over?
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20/04/18
Exam marking: how technology is improving the quality of marking
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March 2018
Decisions on Functional Skills Qualifications reform – English and Maths
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28/03/18
Implementing Functional Skills reform: DfE confirms its approach on rules and guidance for new Functional Skills qualifications in English and mathematics following consultation.
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28/03/18
DRAFT Functional Skills Mathematics Conditions, requirements and guidance.
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09/02/18
Ofqual reports teachers' views on GCSE maths tier entries in 2018
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08/11/17
Ofqual consultation on Functional Skills qualification reform: book here, Leeds Monday 13 November.
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03/11/17
Ofqual’s Cath Jadhav discusses GCSE maths grade boundaries and how new and old style boundaries are not comparable.
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28/09/17
Call for evidence: teachers’ involvements in developing exam papers. Contribute to Ofqual's review by 31 October 2017
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27/09//17
Ofqual is seeking views on its proposal to reform functional skills qualifications in English and maths.
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18/09//17
A brief explanation of The National Reference Test: Each year a sample of GCSE students will take the same test so it will show, over time, if there is any change in how students perform at a national level.
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24/08//17
Useful infographic of 2017 GCSE results
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10/08//17
‘Why 91?’ Ofqual blog explains the fouryear process that went into deciding to change the GCSE grading system and constructing the new one.
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21/06//17
Sign up to attend a workshop to help Ofqual evaluate this year's new GCSEs, AS and A levels.
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19/06/17
Numbers entered for GCSE maths is stable, resit entries are up 6%. Entry data for 2017 and what to look out for.
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24/04/17
Prediction matrices explained: the Ofqual blog examines grade predictors based on prior attainment for 2017 GCSE (video included) and A level.
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05/04/17
From the Ofqual blog – Setting grade 9 in the new GCSE’s – Grade 9 higher than A*.
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24/03/17
The Ofqual blog explains how Ofqual intend to align grade standards across examination boards.
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15/03/17
A new short Ofqual video explaining the new GCSE 1 to 9 grading system.
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07/03/17
The Ofqual blog reports on its meeting with teachers and maths educationalists about the changes to GCSE maths. Includes comparability across tiers with a link to slides.
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10/02/16
Ofqual research report into schools’ approaches to tiering in GCSE mathematics.
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10/02/16
The Ofqual blog discusses GCSE maths: choosing the ‘right’ tier.
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03/02/16
The Ofqual blog discusses grade boundaries for the new GCSEs and the problems with predictions.
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29/09/16
Ofqual update their table showing the status of subjects being accredited for teaching from September 2017.
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07/09/16
Ofqual has confirmed how GCSE grades, including 8 and 9, will be awarded.
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02/09/16
Ofqual confirm that a National Reference Test will take place in 2017. Selected Year 11 students will sit tests in English and Maths and the results will be used
to improve accuracy of GCSE grading. Only the national picture will be reported  results at a student or school level, will not be available.
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02/09/16
Ofqual Blog giving 10 key facts about the National Reference Tests that will take place in 2017 to improve the accuracy of GCSE grading.
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01/09/16
‘An Investigation into the Sawtooth Effect in GCSE and AS/A level assessments’ report looking at the pattern of change in students’ achievement caused by assessment reform.
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31/08/16
GCSE Changes: a summary webpage that offers links to latest details for all GCSEs including GCSE maths and statistics qualifications.
Find out more
19/07/16
Updated version of the grade descriptors for GCSEs graded 9 to 1 has been published.
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08/06/16
Results of consultation into resits for legacy GCSE, AS and A levels.
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12/04/16
Update to outcome of consultation into use of calculators in GCSEs, AS and A levels.
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26/04/19
How does Ofqual ensure fairness in exams?
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22/02/19
National Reference Test 2019 – 10 things you need to know (including their use for setting GCSE boundaries and maintaining standards over time)
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22/02/19
Useful printable postcard to understand how grade boundaries are set up for new AS and A levels
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08/02/19
The new A level Maths 2019: the changes to maths are significant and outlined by Cath Jadhav in the Ofqual blog
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03/08/18
Ofqual has apps that allow schools/colleges to compare their results with the national and regional picture, in various different ways, all explained in their blog
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13/07/18
GCSE, AS and A level exams: what happens to students’ scripts once the exam is over?
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22/06/18
Ofqual’s statement regarding allegations of wrong doing in Edexcel’s C4 maths paper
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20/04/18
Exam marking: how technology is improving the quality of marking
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16/03/18
Ofqual blog discusses setting standards in the new A level maths qualifications (teaching from September 2017) particularly with regard to students taking the exam in Y12 after only 1 year’s study.
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30/01/18
Ofqual are currently undertaking a piece of research into entry patterns for A level maths/Further Maths this summer. Complete their survey.
Find out more
28/09/17
Call for evidence: teachers’ involvements in developing exam papers. Contribute to Ofqual's review by 31 October 2017
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23/06/17
Ofqual statement on allegations of malpractice or wrongdoing in Edexcel's C4 maths paper taken on 23 June 2017.
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21/06/17
Sign up to attend a workshop to help Ofqual evaluate this year's new GCSEs, AS and A levels.
Find out more
19/06/17
Numbers entered for GCSE maths is stable, resit entries are up 6%. Entry data for 2017 and what to look out for.
Find out more
24/04/17
Prediction matrices explained: the Ofqual blog examines grade predictors based on prior attainment for 2017 GCSE (video included) and A level.
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03/04/17
From the Ofqual Blog – Criteria for an A* in the new A levels: “In the new, linear A levels it’s much more straightforward than the old A*”.
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24/03/17
The Ofqual blog explains how Ofqual intend to align grade standards across examination boards.
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10/03/17
The Ofqual blog discusses ‘comparable outcomes’ as a strategy to ensure that candidates for the new A levels (all subjects) are not unfairly advantaged or disadvantaged compared to previous cohorts.
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29/09/16
Ofqual update their table showing the status of subjects being accredited for teaching from September 2017.
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01/09/16
‘An Investigation into the Sawtooth Effect in GCSE and AS/A level assessments’ report looking at the pattern of change in students’ achievement caused by assessment reform.
Find out more
31/08/16
AS and A level changes: a summary webpage that offers links to latest details for all AS and A levels including Mathematics and Statistics qualifications.
Find out more
08/06/16
Results of consultation into resits for legacy GCSE, AS and A levels.
Find out more
17/05/16
A level subject guidance for Statistics is available here.
Find out more
12/04/16
Update to outcome of consultation into use of calculators in GCSEs, AS and A levels.
Find out more
08/04/16
Update to outcome of consultation into new A level and AS level Maths and Further Maths.
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08/04/16
A level subject guidance for Mathematics is available here.
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08/04/16
A level subject guidance for Further Mathematics is available here.
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15/12/15
What the new AS and A levels will look like and timetable of introduction.
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26/04/19
How does Ofqual ensure fairness in exams?
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13/07/18
GCSE, AS and A level exams: what happens to students’ scripts once the exam is over?
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20/04/18
Exam marking: how technology is improving the quality of marking
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Ofqual Core Maths historical information –
08/11/17
Ofqual consultation on Functional Skills qualification reform: book here, Leeds Monday 13 November.
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Ofqual Primary historical information – There is currently no content available for this
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Ofqual KS3 historical information – There is currently no content available for this
topic.

30/04/19
Update on the new Functional Skills qualifications
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26/04/19
How does Ofqual ensure fairness in exams?
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26/04/19
Video: How are GCSE grade boundaries set?
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15/04/19
Reform of Functional Skills qualifications in English and maths
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04/04/19
Ofqual blog. GCSEs and International GCSEs: what are the differences, how and when they can be compared, and which are regulated by Ofqual.
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19/02/19
A collection of documents showing how Ofqual is currently reforming Functional Skills qualifications
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15/01/19
GCSE tiering decisions for summer 2019
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06/12/18
November resit entry statistics 2018  Maths and English
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13/07/18
GCSE, AS and A level exams: what happens to students’ scripts once the exam is over?
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20/04/18
Exam marking: how technology is improving the quality of marking
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March 2018
Decisions on Functional Skills Qualifications reform – English and Maths
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28/03/18
Implementing Functional Skills reform: DfE confirms its approach on rules and guidance for new Functional Skills qualifications in English and mathematics following consultation.
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28/03/18
DRAFT Functional Skills Mathematics Conditions, requirements and guidance.
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09/02/18
Ofqual reports teachers' views on GCSE maths tier entries in 2018
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17/11/17
How grade boundaries will be set for November resits in 2017.
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08/11/17
Ofqual consultation on Functional Skills qualification reform: book here, Leeds Monday 13 November.
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03/11/17
Ofqual’s Cath Jadhav discusses GCSE maths grade boundaries and how new and old style boundaries are not comparable.
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24/08//17
Useful infographic of 2017 GCSE results
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10/08//17
‘Why 91?’ Ofqual blog explains the fouryear process that went into deciding to change the GCSE grading system and constructing the new one.
Find out more
21/06//17
Sign up to attend a workshop to help Ofqual evaluate this year's new GCSEs, AS and A levels.
Find out more
19/06/17
Numbers entered for GCSE maths is stable, resit entries are up 6%. Entry data for 2017 and what to look out for.
Find out more
24/04/17
Prediction matrices explained: the Ofqual blog examines grade predictors based on prior attainment for 2017 GCSE (video included) and A level.
Find out more
05/04/17
From the Ofqual blog – Setting grade 9 in the new GCSE’s – Grade 9 higher than A*.
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24/03/17
The Ofqual blog explains how Ofqual intend to align grade standards across examination boards.
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15/03/17
A new short Ofqual video explaining the new GCSE 1 to 9 grading system.
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07/03/17
The Ofqual blog reports on its meeting with teachers and maths educationalists about the changes to GCSE maths. Includes comparability across tiers with a link to slides.
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10/02/16
Ofqual research report into schools’ approaches to tiering in GCSE mathematics.
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10/02/16
The Ofqual blog discusses GCSE maths: choosing the ‘right’ tier.
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03/02/16
The Ofqual blog discusses grade boundaries for the new GCSEs and the problems with predictions.
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29/09/16
Ofqual update their table showing the status of subjects being accredited for teaching from September 2017.
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07/09/16
Ofqual has confirmed how GCSE grades, including 8 and 9, will be awarded.
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02/09/16
Ofqual confirm that a National Reference Test will take place in 2017. Selected Year 11 students will sit tests in English and Maths and the results will be used
to improve accuracy of GCSE grading. Only the national picture will be reported  results at a student or school level, will not be available.
Find out more
02/09/16
Ofqual Blog giving 10 key facts about the National Reference Tests that will take place in 2017 to improve the accuracy of GCSE grading.
Find out more
01/09/16
‘An Investigation into the Sawtooth Effect in GCSE and AS/A level assessments’ report looking at the pattern of change in students’ achievement caused by assessment reform.
Find out more
31/08/16
GCSE Changes: a summary webpage that offers links to latest details for all GCSEs including GCSE maths and statistics qualifications.
Find out more
19/07/16
Updated version of the grade descriptors for GCSEs graded 9 to 1 has been published.
Find out more
08/06/16
Results of consultation into resits for legacy GCSE, AS and A levels.
Find out more
12/04/16
Update to outcome of consultation into use of calculators in GCSEs, AS and A levels.
Find out more 
08/11/17
Ofqual consultation on Functional Skills qualification reform: book here, Leeds Monday 13 November.
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Ofqual Professional Development historical information – There is currently no content available for this
topic.

Ofqual Curriculum Delivery historical information – There is currently no content available for this
topic.

10/08//17
‘Why 91?’ Ofqual blog explains the fouryear process that went into deciding to change the GCSE grading system and constructing the new one.
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07/09/16
Ofqual has confirmed how GCSE grades, including 8 and 9, will be awarded.
Find out more 
Ofsted

04/12/18
Ofsted's Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman’s Annual Report.
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11/10/17
Ofsted's Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman, discusses findings from recent research into the primary and secondary curriculum. Particularly, she expresses concern over the practice of cutting short KS3. See “Reducing Key Stage 3”.
Find out more
23/08/16
The latest update to the school inspection handbook has been published. Of particular interest is likely to be the ‘Inspecting the Impact of the Teaching of Mathematics’ section on Pages 46 and 47.
Find out more
23/10/15
A report is released on increasing provision in English and mathematics through planning in FE colleges and offers case studies describing how four FE colleges have tackled this issue.
Find out more 
04/12/18
Ofsted's Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman’s Annual Report.
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16/08/18
15/06/17
The Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman, talks about curriculum changes, funding and future challenges.
Find out more
23/10/15
A report is released on increasing provision in English and mathematics through planning in FE colleges and offers case studies describing how four FE colleges have tackled this issue.
Find out more 
Ofsted Core Maths historical information – There is currently no content available for this
topic.

09/01/15
Ofsted compile examples of good practice in mathematics teaching.
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04/12/18
Ofsted's Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman’s Annual Report.
Find out more
23/08/16
The latest update to the school inspection handbook has been published. Of particular interest is likely to be the ‘Inspecting the Impact of the Teaching of Mathematics’ section on Pages 46 and 47.
Find out more
11/10/17
Ofsted's Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman, discusses findings from recent research into the primary and secondary curriculum. Particularly, she expresses concern over the practice of cutting short KS3. See “Reducing Key Stage 3”.
Find out more
23/08/16
The latest update to the school inspection handbook has been published. Of particular interest is likely to be the ‘Inspecting the Impact of the Teaching of Mathematics’ section on Pages 46 and 47.
Find out more 
04/12/18
Ofsted's Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman’s Annual Report.
Find out more
15/06/17
The Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman, talks about curriculum changes, funding and future challenges.
Find out more
23/10/15
A report is released on increasing provision in English and mathematics through planning in FE colleges and offers case studies describing how four FE colleges have tackled this issue.
Find out more 
Ofsted Curriculum Content historical information – There is currently no content available for this
topic.

23/08/16
The latest update to the school inspection handbook has been published. Of particular interest is likely to be the ‘Inspecting the Impact of the Teaching of Mathematics’ section on Pages 46 and 47.
Find out more
23/08/16
The Ofsted inspection mythbusting guidance has been updated, including information on marking and feedback and lesson planning.
Find out more
23/10/15
A report is released on increasing provision in English and mathematics through planning in FE colleges and offers case studies describing how four FE colleges have tackled this issue.
Find out more 
23/08/16
The latest update to the school inspection handbook has been published. Of particular interest is likely to be the ‘Inspecting the Impact of the Teaching of Mathematics’ section on Pages 46 and 47.
Find out more
23/08/16
The Ofsted inspection mythbusting guidance has been updated, including information on marking and feedback and lesson planning.
Find out more
09/01/15
Ofsted compile examples of good practice in mathematics teaching.
Find out more 
23/08/16
The latest update to the school inspection handbook has been published. Of particular interest is likely to be the ‘Inspecting the Impact of the Teaching of Mathematics’ section on Pages 46 and 47.
Find out more
23/08/16
The Ofsted inspection mythbusting guidance has been updated, including information on marking and feedback and lesson planning.
Find out more 
AQA

AQA’s (91) GCSE page
17/01/2019
AQA GCSE maths and English Statistics November 2018
Find out more
09/04/2018
AQA exam board tips: how to help your students prepare for GCSE maths 2018
Find out more
18/01/2018
November grade boundaries for the first cohort of resits taking the GCSE 91
Find out more
18/01/2018
November GCSE results for first cohort of resit students taking the new GCSE 91.
Find out more
14/12/2017
Report on the National Test: the test in 2017 has been used to establish the baseline against which changes in performance in future years can be measured.
Find out more
11/12/2017
The Future of Mathematics Subject Associations:
Read the notes following the Meeting of Mathematics Subject Associations (MMSA) that took place on the 4 December.
Find out more
08/12/17
AQA video reflecting on 2017 and looking ahead to 2018
View whole video
Jump to topic:
08/09/17
AQA blog reflects on the first set of results from the new maths GSCSE, including whether teachers made good decisions about tier of entry.
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Nov 2016
June 2016 question papers and mark schemes available. Also examiners reports and mock exam analysers.
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03/10/16
Exam entry fees for 2016/17 finalised.
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Oct 2016
AQA have published Practice Paper Set 3.
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25/08/16
GCSE provisional exam statistics for 2016 published.
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17/08/16
Exams to Results: Whistle Stop guide published. Detail of the 18month process of creating questions & mark schemes, marking, moderating, grading and awarding for a given exam series.
Find out more
July 2016
There is a PD tab available and there are both facetoface and webinar training sessions.
Find out more
July 2016
Bespoke and free facetoface support is available from AQA Maths Advocates.
Find out more
July 2016
GCSE Sample Assessment materials:
 specimen papers
 two sets of practice papers that will be inline with live papers
 the third set of papers are being trialled with the current Year 10s and will be made available early in the autumn term including a more detailed mark scheme informed by the trial experience
 A fourth set of papers will be released at a later date
Find out more
July 2016
New GCSE – FAQs from teachers: Responses for comparison (from all 3 main boards). Everything from delivery and support, through the new problemsolving requirements, to grade boundaries and predictions
Find out more
08/07/15
Publication of The Future of Assessment: 2025 and Beyond, a book of essays to which AQA have contributed a ‘blueprint for the future of assessment’.
Find out more 
AQA’s new AS/A level page
05/03/18
The new Alevel maths: commentary by AQA Chair of Examiners on a specimen paper
Find out more
11/12/17
The Future of Mathematics Subject Associations:
Read the notes following the Meeting of Mathematics Subject Associations (MMSA) that took place on 4 December.
Find out more
16/11/17
NCETM launches new, regular podcast. In the first episode, NCETM Director, Charlie Stripp is challenged by two secondary maths teachers to defend his assertion that a Grade 5 at GCSE is good enough to study A level.
Find out more
10/07/17
Route maps for teaching AS and A level maths.
Find out more
02/03/17
Link to the newly accredited AS and A level specifications.
Find out more
03/10/16
Exam entry fees for 2016/17 finalised.
Find out more
18/08/16
AS/A level provisional exam statistics for 2016 published.
Find out more
17/08/16
Exams to Results: Whistle Stop guide published. Detail of the 18month process of creating questions & mark schemes, marking, moderating, grading and awarding for a given exam series.
Find out more
July 2016
There is a PD tab available and there are both facetoface and webinar training sessions.
Find out more
July 2016
Bespoke and free facetoface support is available from AQA Maths Advocates.
Find out more
July 2016
New GCSE – FAQs from teachers: Responses for comparison (from all 3 main boards). Everything from delivery and support, through the new problemsolving requirements, to grade boundaries and predictions
Find out more
08/07/15
Publication of The Future of Assessment: 2025 and Beyond, a book of essays to which AQA have contributed a ‘blueprint for the future of assessment’.
Find out more 
AQA’s Core Maths page
11/12/2017
The Future of Mathematics Subject Associations:
Read the notes following the Meeting of Mathematics Subject Associations (MMSA) that took place on the 4 December.
Find out more
03/10/16
Exam entry fees for 2016/17 finalised.
Find out more
18/08/16
Mathematical Studies (Core Maths) provisional results.
Find out more
17/08/16
Exams to Results: Whistle Stop guide published. Detail of the 18month process of creating questions & mark schemes, marking, moderating, grading and awarding for a given exam series.
Find out more
08/07/15
Publication of The Future of Assessment: 2025 and Beyond, a book of essays to which AQA have contributed a ‘blueprint for the future of assessment’.
Find out more 
AQA Primary historical information – There is currently no content available for this
topic.

11 Dec 2017
The Future of Mathematics Subject Associations:
Read the notes following the Meeting of Mathematics Subject Associations (MMSA) that took place on the 4 December.
Find out more
Nov 2016
KS3 test analysers available for all 3 terms – compare your school results to national.
Find out more
July 2016
Ideas for supporting Problem Solving at KS3 can be found in KS3/4 Bridging the Gap documents, both in Section 4 of the Teacher Guide and within each of the 9 pockets.
Find out more 
17/01/2019
AQA GCSE maths and English Statistics November 2018
Find out more
09/04/2018
AQA exam board tips: how to help your students prepare for GCSE maths 2018
Find out more
18/01/2018
November grade boundaries for the first cohort of resits taking the GCSE 91
Find out more
18/01/2018
November GCSE results for first cohort of resit students taking the new GCSE 91.
Find out more
11/12/2017
The Future of Mathematics Subject Associations:
Read the notes following the Meeting of Mathematics Subject Associations (MMSA) that took place on the 4 December.
Find out more
08/12/17
AQA video reflecting on 2017 and looking ahead to 2018
View whole video
Jump to topic:
16/11/17
NCETM launches new, regular podcast. In the first episode, NCETM Director, Charlie Stripp is challenged by two secondary maths teachers to defend his assertion that a Grade 5 at GCSE is good enough to study A level.
Find out more
20/07/17
12 tips for teaching GCSE Maths to post16 students
Find out more
07/10/16
GCSE resit opportunities (old spec and new) for summer 2017 outlined.
Find out more
03/10/16
Exam entry fees for 2016/17 finalised.
Find out more
25/08/16
GCSE provisional exam statistics for 2016 published.
Find out more
17/08/16
Exams to Results: Whistle Stop guide published. Detail of the 18month process of creating questions & mark schemes, marking, moderating, grading and awarding for a given exam series.
Find out more
July 2016
Support for GCSE Resit students: A one year Scheme of Learning is available on the key areas that differentiate grades 3/4 and 4/5. Currently, the DfE have stated that those who gain a grade 4 do not need to retake for the first two years, but in 2019 the threshold will move to a grade 5. Also, the legacy A* to G qualifications will be available as a resit only in November 2016 and summer 2017.
Find out more
July 2016
Training is available to support a one year GCSE.
Find out more
08/07/15
Publication of The Future of Assessment: 2025 and Beyond, a book of essays to which AQA have contributed a ‘blueprint for the future of assessment’.
Find out more 
July 2016
Ideas for supporting Problem Solving at KS3 can be found in KS3/4 Bridging the Gap documents, both in Section 4 of the Teacher Guide and within each of the 9 pockets.
Find out more
July 2016
GCSE Sample Assessment materials:
 specimen papers
 two sets of practice papers that will be inline with live papers
 the third set of papers are being trialled with the current Year 10s and will be made available early in the autumn term including a more detailed mark scheme informed by the trial experience
 A fourth set of papers will be released at a later date
Find out more 
Training from AQA
There is a PD tab available and there are both facetoface and webinar training sessions
11 Dec 2017
The Future of Mathematics Subject Associations:
Read the notes following the Meeting of Mathematics Subject Associations (MMSA) that took place on the 4 December.
Find out more
July 2016
Bespoke and free facetoface support is available from AQA Maths Advocates.
Find out more
July 2016
Training is available to support a one year GCSE.
Find out more 
July 2016
Ideas for supporting Problem Solving at KS3 can be found in KS3/4 Bridging the Gap documents, both in Section 4 of the Teacher Guide and within each of the 9 pockets.
Find out more 
05/03/18
The new Alevel maths: commentary by AQA Chair of Examiners on a specimen paper
Find out more
17/08/16
Exams to Results: Whistle Stop guide published. Detail of the 18month process of creating questions & mark schemes, marking, moderating, grading and awarding for a given exam series.
Find out more
08/07/15
Publication of The Future of Assessment: 2025 and Beyond, a book of essays to which AQA have contributed a ‘blueprint for the future of assessment’.
Find out more 
Edexcel

Edexcel’s (91) GCSE page
19/01/2018
November GCSE results for first cohort of resit students taking the new GCSE 91.
Find out more
18/01/2018
Edexcel grade boundaries for GCSE English Language and Mathematics November 2017.
Find out more
24/11/17
Entry level maths in 2018: Edexcel are offering new (aligned to GCSE 91 curriculum) and legacy specifications
Find out more
03/11/17
Free access to exam scripts  service reopening until 15 Dec
Find out more
20/07/17
Register your interest for a new interactive two, three or fiveyear scheme of work.
Find out more
05/07/17
From summer 2017 you can access individual candidates’ scripts for electronically marked papers, for free.
FAQs and user guide
11/10/16
Edexcel GCSE (19) Maths free secure mock exam service to help track student progress and compare to other schools and colleges.
Find out more
13/07/16
Update on resits for legacy GCSE, AS and A levels (i.e. old spec) and FAQs
Find out more
July 2016
CPD can be accessed via Training from Pearson,  including online (live or prerecorded) and facetoface events.
Find out more
July 2016
GCSE Specification, Sample Assessment Materials and Assessment Guidance
Find out more
July 2016
Specimen papers, practice papers and classroom tests. Mock papers will be securely published (for Edexel centres) in October 2016
Find out more
July 2016
New GCSE – FAQs from teachers: Responses for comparison (from all 3 main boards). Everything from delivery and support, through the new problemsolving requirements, to grade boundaries and predictions
Find out more
June 2016
GCSE provisional exam statistics for 2016 published
Find out more
13/05/16
Use of calculators for Mathematics papers in the summer 2016 exam series: Information including regulations
Find out more
07/12/15
Support for maths progression from Key Stage 3 to GCSE (91):
 KS3 baseline tests
 5 year schemes of work
 End of term tests
 Markbooks
Find out more 
Edexcel’s new AS/A level page
15/01/2018
Clarification of the content guidance for A level Maths and correction to errors in AS and A level Further Mathematics specifications
Find out more
03/11/17
Free access to exam scripts  service reopening until 15 Dec
Find out more
17/07/17
Edexcel video about the key features of their AS and A level Maths and Further Maths 2017
Find out more
14/07/17
The Edexcel/Pearson second submission for GCE AS and A level Statistics, for teaching September 2017, has not been accredited by Ofqual.
Find out more
05/07/17
From summer 2017 you can access individual candidates’ scripts for electronically marked papers, for free.
FAQs and user guide
28/06/17
Explanation and actions taken as a result of the allegations of exam question “leaks” in Edexcel economics and maths A levels.
Find out more
06/06/17
Edexcel AS and A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics 2017 all now accredited.
Find out more
11/04/17
Edexcel AS and A level Mathematics 2017 are now accredited for first teaching in September 2017.
Find out more
07/02/17
Edexcel have made a change to their draft Edexcel AS and A level Further Mathematics 2017 qualifications.
Find out more
14/11/16
Draft specifications for A level 2017 resubmitted to Ofqual
Find out more
13/07/16
Update on resits for legacy GCSE, AS and A levels (i.e. old spec) and FAQs
Find out more
July 2016
CPD can be accessed via Training from Pearson,  including online (live or prerecorded) and facetoface events.
Find out more
June 2016
AS/A level provisional exam statistics for 2016 published.
Find out more
From June 2017
All you need to know about Edexcel’s new AS/A level Mathematics qualifications (1st teaching 2017) – draft specifications, sample assessment materials, teaching and learning materials..
Find out more
13/5/16
Use of calculators for Mathematics papers in the summer 2016 exam series: Information including regulations.
Find out more
5/4/16
A level Maths 2017 online events: watch the video – recording of a webinar to introduce the new course.
Find out more 
Edexcel’s Core Maths page
03/11/17
Free access to exam scripts  service reopening until 15 Dec
Find out more
June 2016
Mathematics in Context (Core Maths) provisional results
Find out more
13/05/16
Use of calculators for Mathematics papers in the summer 2016 exam series: Information including regulations
Find out more 
Edexcel Primary historical information – There is currently no content available for this
topic.

20/07/17
Register your interest for a new interactive two, three or fiveyear scheme of work.
Find out more 
Edexcel’s Mathematics (91) – post16 resits page
19/01/2018
November GCSE results for first cohort of resit students taking the new GCSE 91
Find out more
18/01/2018
Edexcel grade boundaries for GCSE English Language and Mathematics November 2017.
Find out more
24/11/17
Entry level maths in 2018: Edexcel are offering new (aligned to GCSE 91 curriculum) and legacy specifications
Find out more
05/07/17
From summer 2017 you can access individual candidates’ scripts for electronically marked papers, for free.
FAQs and user guide
13/07/16
Update on resits for legacy GCSE, AS and A levels (i.e. old spec) and FAQs
Find out more
July 2016
Support for GCSE resit: Edexcel GCSE Mathematics (91) from 2015 – post16 resits –resources, guides and scheme of work, to aid one year delivery of the GCSE (91) qualification.
Find out more
June 2016
GCSE provisional exam statistics for 2016 published
Find out more 
20/07/17
Register your interest for a new interactive two, three or fiveyear scheme of work.
Find out more
14/11/16
Draft specifications for A level 2017 resubmitted to Ofqual
Find out more
July 2016
GCSE Specification, Sample Assessment Materials and Assessment Guidance
Find out more
July 2016
Specimen papers, practice papers and classroom tests. Mock papers will be securely published (for Edexel centres) in October 2016
Find out more 
Training from Pearson Edexcel
CPD can be accessed via Training from Pearson,  including online (live or prerecorded) and facetoface events.
July 2016
Mathematics Collaborative Networks are free local teaching networks to help support, train and share best practice with maths teachers. Network meetings run throughout the year in over 40 hub centres
Find out more 
Edexcel Curriculum Delivery historical information – There is currently no content available for this
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11/10/16
Edexcel GCSE (19) Maths free secure mock exam service to help track student progress and compare to other schools and colleges.
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Oct 2016
Edexcel are running Mock Marking Training events this term.
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Eduqas

Eduqas’ (91) GCSE page
18/01/2018
November grade boundaries for the first cohort of resits taking the GCSE 91.
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18/01/2018
November GCSE results for first cohort of resit students taking the new GCSE 91.
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27/01/17
Question Bank: free online question paper builder which enables teachers to create tailored test papers, similar to real exams, from a pool of past examination questions.
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28/10/16
Introducing the new GCSE 91 grading.
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Oct 2016
Eduqas has an Online Exam Review tool to see which questions proved to be the most challenging in previous exam series.
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28/09/16
Training for 2016/17 announced. Dates to book.
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Sept 2016
Eduqas training can be accessed by the training pages.
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August 2016
Eduqas examiners reports for GCSE.
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09/11/15
Eduqas launchs the UK's first free online question paper builder.
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Sept 2016
Eduqas have made the decision not to offer the new AS/A level qualification.
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Sept 2016
Eduqas training can be accessed by the training pages.
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August 2016
Eduqas examiners report for summer 2016 AS/A levels.
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09/11/15
Eduqas launchs the UK's first free online question paper builder.
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Eduqas’ Core Maths page

Eduqas Primary historical information – There is currently no content available for this topic.

Eduqas KS3 historical information – There is currently no content available for this topic.

18/01/2018
November grade boundaries for the first cohort of resits taking the GCSE 91.
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18/01/2018
November GCSE results for first cohort of resit students taking the new GCSE 91.
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Oct 2016
For teachers working with students who will be retaking the 91 GCSE in one year, Eduquas offer specialised training in the Spring term.
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Eduqas Curriculum Content historical information – There is currently no content available for this topic.

Training from Eduqas
Eduqas training can be accessed by the training pages.
Oct 2016
For teachers working with students who will be retaking the 91 GCSE in one year, Eduquas offer specialised training in the Spring term.
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28/09/16
Training for 2016/17 announced. Dates to book.
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06/07/16
Eduqas publishes its CPD training timetable for the upcoming autumn term.
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27/01/17
Question Bank: free online question paper builder which enables teachers to create tailored test papers, similar to real exams, from a pool of past examination questions.
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OCR

OCR’s (91) GCSE page
11/01/2019
Functional Skills: register for free sample assessment materials.
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10/05/2018
GCSE maths (9 to 1) printable formula guide for students.
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18/01/2018
November grade boundaries and grades awarded for the first cohort of resits taking the GCSE 91
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18/01/2018
Introducing revised OCR Level 3 Additional Maths. Designed to be studied alongside GCSE as enrichment to GCSE rather than acceleration to A level content.
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21/02/17
OCR blog explaining how Entry Level maths can motivate and lead to GCSE.
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29/11/16
Link to new OCR customisable question bank and old topicbytopic quizzes to help you and your students prepare for the new Maths (2017) GCSE.
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Nov 2016
OCR hosting free regional maths networks in Nov/Dec for updates on GCSE, A level, Core Maths and Entry level.
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Nov 2016
New exam builder platform nearly ready. Early access for testing and feedback can be gained by contacting APAS.commissions@ocr.org.uk
05/10/16
OCR guide on moving from modular to linear courses (GCSE, AS and A level). Maths content on pages 35 to 42.
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Oct 2016
OCR has Q&A webinars available on the new GCSE.
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08/09/16
'Total Maths' newsletter – first edition of the new term published with updates and news.
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07/09/16
Back to School with OCR – information on new courses, updates and CPD for the new school year.
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25/08/16
GCSE and other L2 provisional exam statistics for 2016 published.
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July 2016
The CPD Hub for OCR qualifications shows where upcoming courses can be booked on to and has documents from past courses.
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July 2016
GCSE Sample Assessment materials:
We have sets of papers to download straight from the OCR GCSE (91) Maths webpage, they can be found in the ‘Assessment Materials’ section.
We also have a third set available to download for OCR centres (so students don’t have access to them) via our Interchange site.
A fourth set of papers will be available for secure download later in the year.
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July 2016
New GCSE – FAQs from teachers: Responses for comparison (from all 3 main boards). Everything from delivery and support, through the new problemsolving requirements, to grade boundaries and predictions
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08/06/16
Resit arrangements for ‘legacy’ GCSEs, AS and A Levels.
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27/05/16
Marking reviews and appeals: what does this mean for you? – updated information to reflect Ofqual’s changes to make the process of addressing concerns about a student’s GCSE, AS or A level mark 'clearer, more consistent and fairer'.
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19/05/16
"And now you may begin" – the story of an exam paper
Detail of the process of creating questions & mark schemes, marking, moderating, grading and awarding for a given exam series.
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OCR’s new AS/A level page
19/02/18
OCR new delivery guides for Further Maths topics
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07/06/17
Clarification of which calculators are permissible for OCR A level maths EXAMINATIONS
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08/05/17
OCR explain why they have put mechanics and statistics on different papers.
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25/04/17
Specifications for the now accredited OCR A Level Further Maths B (MEI).
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12/04/17
OCR AS and A Level Further Mathematics A are now accredited for first teaching in September 2017.
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26/01/17
The new OCR AS and A level Mathematics A specification have been accredited: link to Mathematics A page with specifications.
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17/01/17
The new OCR A level Mathematics B (MEI) specification for first teaching in 2017 have been accredited: link to specifications.
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16/01/17
The new OCR AS level Mathematics B (MEI) specification has been accredited: link to specifications.
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16/01/17
Linear A Level Maths Conferences 2017. Free at 5 locations.
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14/12/16
Book a (free) place at OCR’s 2017 Linear A Level Maths Conferences. Information about “the most significant changes to the teaching of A Level maths for over 16 years”.
Find out more
Dec 2016
A blog describing the changes in new A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics specifications in more detail starting with four areas including moving to linear and teaching mechanics for the first time.
Find out more
Nov 2016
New exam builder platform nearly ready. Early access for testing and feedback can be gained by contacting APAS.commissions@ocr.org.uk
Nov 2016
Invitation to complete a short survey to help OCR tailor support for new Further Maths A level.
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Nov 2016
OCR hosting free regional maths networks in Nov/Dec for updates on GCSE, A level, Core Maths and Entry level.
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05/10/16
OCR guide on moving from modular to linear courses (GCSE, AS and A level). Maths content on pages 35 to 42.
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21/09/16
OCR’s Darren Macey blogs about Ofqual’s response to their AS/A levelspecification submission.
An update on the new AS and A Level Maths and Further Maths Qualifications following Ofqual’s review of OCR submissions for the new courses.
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08/09/16
'Total Maths' newsletter – first edition of the new term published with updates and news.
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07/09/16
Back to School with OCR – information on new courses, updates and CPD for the new school year.
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18/08/16
AS/A level and other L3 provisional exam statistics for 2016 published (inc Core Maths).
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July 2016
The CPD Hub for OCR qualifications shows where upcoming courses can be booked on to and has documents from past courses.
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08/06/16
Resit arrangements for ‘legacy’ GCSEs, AS and A Levels.
Find out more
27/05/16
Marking reviews and appeals: what does this mean for you? – updated information to reflect Ofqual’s changes to make the process of addressing concerns about a student’s GCSE, AS or A level mark 'clearer, more consistent and fairer'.
Find out more
19/05/16
"And now you may begin" – the story of an exam paper
Detail of the process of creating questions & mark schemes, marking, moderating, grading and awarding for a given exam series.
Find out more 
OCR’s Core Maths page
Nov 2016
OCR hosting free regional maths networks in Nov/Dec for updates on GCSE, A level, Core Maths and Entry level.
Find out more
08/09/16
'Total Maths' newsletter – first edition of the new term published with updates and news.
Find out more
07/09/16
Back to School with OCR – information on new courses, updates and CPD for the new school year.
Find out more
18/08/16
AS/A level and other L3 provisional exam statistics for 2016 published (inc Core Maths).
Find out more
27/05/16
Marking reviews and appeals: what does this mean for you? – updated information to reflect Ofqual’s changes to make the process of addressing concerns about a student’s GCSE, AS or A level mark 'clearer, more consistent and fairer'.
Find out more
19/05/16
"And now you may begin" – the story of an exam paper
Detail of the process of creating questions & mark schemes, marking, moderating, grading and awarding for a given exam series.
Find out more 
OCR Primary historical information – There is currently no content available for this
topic.

OCR KS3 historical information – There is currently no content available for this
topic.

11/01/2019
Functional Skills: register for free sample assessment materials.
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10/05/2018
GCSE maths (9 to 1) printable formula guide for students.
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18/01/2018
November grade boundaries and grades awarded for the first cohort of resits taking the GCSE 91
Find out more
Nov 2016
New exam builder platform nearly ready. Early access for testing and feedback can be gained by contacting APAS.commissions@ocr.org.uk
08/09/16
'Total Maths' newsletter – first edition of the new term published with updates and news.
Find out more
07/09/16
Back to School with OCR – information on new courses, updates and CPD for the new school year.
Find out more
25/08/16
GCSE and other L2 provisional exam statistics for 2016 published.
Find out more
July 2016
Targeted resources for GCSE resit due at a later date. Current indications are that most resit students in summer 2017 will retake the legacy specifications rather than the new GCSE (91) maths. The maths 1619 funding conditions indicate that the retake grade will be phased from grade 4 (in 17/18 & 18/19) to grade 5.
Find out more
08/06/16
Resit arrangements for ‘legacy’ GCSEs, AS and A Levels.
Find out more
27/05/16
Marking reviews and appeals: what does this mean for you? – updated information to reflect Ofqual’s changes to make the process of addressing concerns about a student’s GCSE, AS or A level mark 'clearer, more consistent and fairer'.
Find out more
19/05/16
"And now you may begin" – the story of an exam paper
Detail of the process of creating questions & mark schemes, marking, moderating, grading and awarding for a given exam series.
Find out more 
26/01/17
The new OCR AS and A level Mathematics A specification have been accredited: link to Mathematics A page with specifications.
Find out more
17/01/17
The new OCR A level Mathematics B (MEI) specification for first teaching in 2017 have been accredited: link to specifications.
Find out more
16/01/17
The new OCR AS level Mathematics B (MEI) specification has been accredited: link to specifications.
Find out more
14/12/16
Book a (free) place at OCR’s 2017 Linear A Level Maths Conferences. Information about “the most significant changes to the teaching of A Level maths for over 16 years”.
Find out more
Dec 2016
A blog describing the changes in new A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics specifications in more detail starting with four areas including moving to linear and teaching mechanics for the first time.
Find out more
29/11/16
Link to new OCR customisable question bank and old topicbytopic quizzes to help you and your students prepare for the new Maths (2017) GCSE.
Find out more
Nov 2016
OCR hosting free regional maths networks in Nov/Dec for updates on GCSE, A level, Core Maths and Entry level.
Find out more
05/10/16
OCR guide on moving from modular to linear courses (GCSE, AS and A level). Maths content on pages 35 to 42.
Find out more
July 2016
GCSE Sample Assessment materials:
We have sets of papers to download straight from the OCR GCSE (91) Maths webpage, they can be found in the ‘Assessment Materials’ section.
We also have a third set available to download for OCR centres (so students don’t have access to them) via our Interchange site.
A fourth set of papers will be available for secure download later in the year.
Find out more 
CPD Hub for OCR qualifications
The CPD Hub for OCR qualifications shows where upcoming courses can be booked on to and has documents from past courses.
16/01/17
Linear A Level Maths Conferences 2017. Free at 5 locations.
Find out more
14/12/16
Book a (free) place at OCR’s 2017 Linear A Level Maths Conferences. Information about “the most significant changes to the teaching of A Level maths for over 16 years”.
Find out more
Nov 2016
OCR hosting free regional maths networks in Nov/Dec for updates on GCSE, A level, Core Maths and Entry level.
Find out more
Oct 2016
OCR has Q&A webinars available on the new GCSE.
Find out more 
14/12/16
Book a (free) place at OCR’s 2017 Linear A Level Maths Conferences. Information about “the most significant changes to the teaching of A Level maths for over 16 years”.
Find out more
Dec 2016
A blog describing the changes in new A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics specifications in more detail starting with four areas including moving to linear and teaching mechanics for the first time.
Find out more
Nov 2016
OCR hosting free regional maths networks in Nov/Dec for updates on GCSE, A level, Core Maths and Entry level.
Find out more 
Nov 2016
OCR hosting free regional maths networks in Nov/Dec for updates on GCSE, A level, Core Maths and Entry level.
Find out more
27/05/16
Marking reviews and appeals: what does this mean for you? – updated information to reflect Ofqual’s changes to make the process of addressing concerns about a student’s GCSE, AS or A level mark 'clearer, more consistent and fairer'.
Find out more
19/05/16
"And now you may begin" – the story of an exam paper
Detail of the process of creating questions & mark schemes, marking, moderating, grading and awarding for a given exam series.
Find out more 
NCETM

11/10/18
NCETM conducts “An Audience with the GCSE Exam Boards” reporting on GCSE maths summer 2018.
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09/02/18
Secondary maths teachers wanted to train as Mastery Specialists
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p class="itemDate">22/11/17
NCETM Director welcomes new money, announced in the Autumn Budget, for schools/colleges to increase their numbers studying maths beyond GCSE
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16/11/17
NCETM launches new, regular podcast. In the first episode, NCETM Director, Charlie Stripp is challenged by two secondary maths teachers to defend his assertion that a Grade 5 at GCSE is good enough to study A level.
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19/10/16
New blog from Charlie Stripp about marking and feedback.
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18/09/16
Comment and analysis of GCSE results from NCETM.
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24/06/16
Conversations between the NCETM and the exam boards about GCSE changes.
Find out more
06/06/16
A maths subject leader describes how he’s preparing for the new GCSE.
Find out more 
22/11/17
NCETM Director welcomes new money, announced in the Autumn Budget, for schools/colleges to increase their numbers studying maths beyond GCSE
Find out more
19/09/17
NCETM Director, Charlie Stripp, reflects on emerging landscape of post16 Maths following the Smith Review, particularly addressing concerns about participation rates. He argues that students with GCSE grade 5 should be able to tackle A level Maths
Find out more
17/08/17
NCETM welcomes continued strength of A level Maths entries and results
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19/10/16
New blog from Charlie Stripp about marking and feedback.
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18/09/16
Comment and analysis of A level results from NCETM.
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22/11/17
NCETM Director welcomes new money, announced in the Autumn Budget, for schools/colleges to increase their numbers studying maths beyond GCSE
Find out more
19/09/17
NCETM Director, Charlie Stripp, reflects on emerging landscape of post16 Maths following the Smith Review, particularly addressing concerns about participation rates. He argues that students with GCSE grade 5 should be able to tackle A level Maths
Find out more
10/10/16
Article written by a teacher with tips on recruiting to Core Maths courses.
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09/02/18
Primary maths teachers wanted to train as Mastery Specialists
Find out more
19/10/16
New blog from Charlie Stripp about marking and feedback.
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08/09/16
Assessment Materials to support teaching for mastery in primary schools are updated. Secondary teachers may find the Year 5 and 6 video materials useful in setting an appropriate curriculum for new Year 7s.
Find out more
10/08/16
What can we learn from the KS1 and KS2 tests? Secondary teachers may find the article useful in setting an appropriate curriculum for new Year 7s.
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07/07/16
Nine short bullet points to summarise maths teaching for mastery. Secondary teachers may find this description (written for primary teachers) useful in setting an appropriate curriculum for new Year 7s.
Find out more
11/04/16
NCETM produces marking guidance for primary maths teachers.
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09/02/18
Secondary maths teachers wanted to train as Mastery Specialists
Find out more
November 2017
Assessing Mastery in the Mathematics National Curriculum in Key Stage Three
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19/10/16
New blog from Charlie Stripp about marking and feedback.
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15/09/16
Opportunity for KS3 teachers to take part in Mathematical Reasoning workshop, preparing for the increased reasoning demand of the new curriculum.
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08/09/16
Assessment Materials to support teaching for mastery in primary schools are updated. Secondary teachers may find the Year 5 and 6 video materials useful in setting an appropriate curriculum for new Year 7s.
Find out more
10/08/16
What can we learn from the KS1 and KS2 tests? Secondary teachers may find the article useful in setting an appropriate curriculum for new Year 7s.
Find out more
07/07/16
Nine short bullet points to summarise maths teaching for mastery. Secondary teachers may find this description (written for primary teachers) useful in setting an appropriate curriculum for new Year 7s.
Find out more 
11/10/18
NCETM conducts “An Audience with the GCSE Exam Boards” reporting on GCSE maths summer 2018.
Find out more
09/02/18
Secondary maths teachers wanted to train as Mastery Specialists
Find out more
22/11/17
NCETM Director welcomes new money, announced in the Autumn Budget, for schools/colleges to increase their numbers studying maths beyond GCSE
Find out more
30/03/16
Series of five webinars to support teachers/managers in delivery of GCSE resit programmes.
Find out more 
10/08/16
What can we learn from the KS1 and KS2 tests? Secondary teachers may find the article useful in setting an appropriate curriculum for new Year 7s.
Find out more
24/06/16
Conversations between the NCETM and the exam boards about GCSE changes.
Find out more
06/06/16
A maths subject leader describes how he’s preparing for the new GCSE.
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09/02/18
Primary and Secondary maths teachers wanted to train as Mastery Specialists
Find out more
03/11/16
New cohort for PD Lead development (Advanced Mathematics).
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15/09/16
Opportunity for KS3 teachers to take part in Mathematical Reasoning workshop, preparing for the increased reasoning demand of the new curriculum.
Find out more 
09/02/18
Primary and Secondary maths teachers wanted to train as Mastery Specialists
Find out more
10/10/16
Secondary marking guidance from NCETM is published.
Find out more
15/09/16
Opportunity for KS3 teachers to take part in Mathematical Reasoning workshop, preparing for the increased reasoning demand of the new curriculum.
Find out more
08/09/16
Assessment Materials to support teaching for mastery in primary schools are updated. Secondary teachers may find the Year 5 and 6 video materials useful in setting an appropriate curriculum for new Year 7s.
Find out more
07/07/16
Nine short bullet points to summarise maths teaching for mastery. Secondary teachers may find this description (written for primary teachers) useful in setting an appropriate curriculum for new Year 7s.
Find out more
06/06/16
A maths subject leader describes how he’s preparing for the new GCSE.
Find out more 
19/10/16
New blog post from NCETM Director, Charlie Stripp on marking.
Find out more
10/10/16
Secondary marking guidance from NCETM is published.
Find out more
08/09/16
Assessment Materials to support teaching for mastery in primary schools are updated. Secondary teachers may find the Year 5 and 6 video materials useful in setting an appropriate curriculum for new Year 7s.
Find out more
11/04/16
NCETM produces marking guidance for primary maths teachers.
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Subject
Associations

19/09/18
The AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANIMAC joint proposal for a single mathematics subject association
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03/11/17
Response to the Functional Skills consultation. ATM has worked with the other classroom facing mathematics subject associations as MMSA) to prepare a response to the DfE functional skills content consultation.
Find out more
27/11/17
MA president Jenny Golding writes a discussion paper around the proposal to merge the classroomfacing professional associations.
Find out more
29/09/17
The “classroom facing” subject associations (AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANAMIC) are discussing a proposal for the creation of a single mathematics subject association to combine the work of all five organisations. They are calling for teachers’ views on the proposal.
03/01/17
A twopage summary by the Mathematical Association (MA) of the recentlypublished findings of the 2015 TIMSS and PISA international comparative studies.
Find out more
16/06/16
Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM) response to Ofqual's consultation on grading GCSEs, asking that the tailored approach is not used for mathematics and English as it will make getting grade 9 on GCSE mathematics harder than other GCSEs.
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06/01/16
ATM responds to Ofqual's consultation on calculators in GCSEs and GCEs.
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19/09/18
The AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANIMAC joint proposal for a single mathematics subject association
Find out more
27/11/17
MA president Jenny Golding writes a discussion paper around the proposal to merge the classroomfacing professional associations.
Find out more
29/09/17
The “classroom facing” subject associations (AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANAMIC) are discussing a proposal for the creation of a single mathematics subject association to combine the work of all five organisations. They are calling for teachers’ views on the proposal.
08/09/17
The Minister for School Standards, Nick Gibb, has replied to the MA's letter to him re Smith Review of post16 Mathematics.
Find out more
04/05/17
If your institution offers Alevel mathematics, The Mathematical Association invites you to complete a survey about uptake numbers for next year.
Find out more
01/02/16
Joint MA/ATM response to Ofqual consultaion on GCSE and A level resits.
Find out more
06/01/16
ATM responds to Ofqual's consultation on calculators in GCSEs and GCEs.
Find out more
06/01/16
ATM responds to Ofqual's consultations on reforms to A level and AS level Maths and Further Maths.
Find out more 
19/09/18
The AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANIMAC joint proposal for a single mathematics subject association
Find out more
27/11/17
MA president Jenny Golding writes a discussion paper around the proposal to merge the classroomfacing professional associations.
Find out more
08/09/17
The Minister for School Standards, Nick Gibb, has replied to the MA's letter to him re Smith Review of post16 Mathematics.
Find out more

19/09/18
The AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANIMAC joint proposal for a single mathematics subject association
Find out more
27/11/17
MA president Jenny Golding writes a discussion paper around the proposal to merge the classroomfacing professional associations.
Find out more
29/09/17
The “classroom facing” subject associations (AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANAMIC) are discussing a proposal for the creation of a single mathematics subject association to combine the work of all five organisations. They are calling for teachers’ views on the proposal.
03/01/17
A twopage summary by the Mathematical Association (MA) of the recentlypublished findings of the 2015 TIMSS and PISA international comparative studies.
Find out more
Oct 2016
Education Select Inquiry into Key Stage 2 Tests 2016: Mathematics. Response to the mathematics tests at the end of Key Stage 2 in 2016.
Find out more
07/07/16
The Mathematical Association (MA) comments on KS2 SATs results.
Find out more
28/06/16
Subject associations publish letter from DfE responding to concerns about Year 7 progress checks.
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10/06/16
Joint letter from the subject associations to Nicky Morgan expressing concerns about Year 7 progress checks.
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23/12/15
The National Association of Mathematics Advisers (NAMA) produce a document describing ‘the five myths of mastery’.
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01/02/19
The Mathematical Association would like to hear from any teachers of KS3 maths via a 60 second survey to share the issues currently affecting the teaching and learning of maths in KS3
Find out more
19/09/18
The AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANIMAC joint proposal for a single mathematics subject association
Find out more
27/11/17
The ATM/MA joint primary working group met with Schools Minister Nick Gibb on 1 November 2017
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27/11/17
MA president Jenny Golding writes a discussion paper around the proposal to merge the classroomfacing professional associations.
Find out more
29/09/17
The “classroom facing” subject associations (AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANAMIC) are discussing a proposal for the creation of a single mathematics subject association to combine the work of all five organisations. They are calling for teachers’ views on the proposal.
03/01/17
A twopage summary by the Mathematical Association (MA) of the recentlypublished findings of the 2015 TIMSS and PISA international comparative studies.
Find out more
24/10/16
Subject associations: MMSA (meeting of maths subject associations) 24 Oct 2016.
Read Nick Gibb’s response to MMSA letter regarding Y7 progress checks – now NOT to be introduced.
Find out more
Oct 2016
Education Select Inquiry into Key Stage 2 Tests 2016: Mathematics. Response to the mathematics tests at the end of Key Stage 2 in 2016.
Find out more
19/07/16
Subject Associations MMSA(Meeting of maths subject associations) 19 July 2016.
Read MMSA letter to Justine Greening regarding concerns over proposed Y7 progress check.
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07/07/16
The Mathematical Association (MA) comments on KS2 SATs results.
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28/06/16
Subject associations publish letter from DfE responding to concerns about Year 7 progress checks.
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10/06/16
Joint letter from the subject associations to Nicky Morgan expressing concerns about Year 7 progress checks.
Find out more
23/12/15
The National Association of Mathematics Advisers (NAMA) produce a document describing ‘the five myths of mastery’.
Find out more 
19/09/18
The AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANIMAC joint proposal for a single mathematics subject association
Find out more
03/11/17
Response to the Functional Skills consultation. ATM has worked with the other classroom facing mathematics subject associations as MMSA) to prepare a response to the DfE functional skills content consultation.
Find out more
27/11/17
MA president Jenny Golding writes a discussion paper around the proposal to merge the classroomfacing professional associations.
Find out more
08/09/17
The Minister for School Standards, Nick Gibb, has replied to the MA's letter to him re Smith Review of post16 Mathematics.
Find out more
01/02/16
Joint MA/ATM response to Ofqual consultaion on GCSE and A level resits.
Find out more 
Subject Associations Curriculum Content historical information – There is currently no content available for this topic.

19/09/18
The AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANIMAC joint proposal for a single mathematics subject association
Find out more
03/01/17
A twopage summary by the Mathematical Association (MA) of the recentlypublished findings of the 2015 TIMSS and PISA international comparative studies.
Find out more
31/10/16
ATM 2017 Conference plenary abstracts and booking now available.
Find out more 
23/12/15
The National Association of Mathematics Advisers (NAMA) produce a document describing ‘the five myths of mastery’.
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Subject Associations Marking and giving feedback historical information – There is currently no content available for this topic.

Other
Bodies

28/09/18
University of Nottingham research update for the project “Mathematics in Further Education Colleges” (MiFEC). Summer Update 2018
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13/09/18
A video with teacher and student voices describing “what core maths is”.
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29/11/17
You are invited to take part in the MEI survey on the uptake of mathematics AS/A levels and Core Maths by 13 December
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24/08/17
MEI’s summary of the 2017 GCSE Maths results
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20/02/17
The MEI newsletter includes a view on the direction of post16 maths education policy.
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January 2017
London Mathematical Society  CPD grants available for teachers to attend one or two day conferences/events that are specifically mathematical (including updating on mathematics curriculum reform).
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22/06/16
The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education publish a report on assessing problem solving, including recommendations for Ofqual and the STA.
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14/06/16
Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) publishes position paper on the new GCSE, offering concern around the support offered to teachers in implementing the changes.
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18/03/16
The Institute of Education publishes a report on the wider effects of introducing Further Maths in a school or college.
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FMSP's A level page
MEI's AS/A level page
13/09/18
A video with teacher and student voices describing “what core maths is”.
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16/08/18
New FFT Education Datalab allows interactive exploration of national trends in exam results
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16/08/18
National results for A/AS level Maths and Further Maths, and also Core Maths – with analysis from MEI
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04/05/18
Executive Summary of MEI survey: Investigating the impact of curriculum and funding changes on Level 3 mathematics uptake
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05/04/18
MEI to manage the new Advanced Mathematics Support Programme, or AMSP, to support level 3 mathematics, including AS and A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics, and Core Maths qualifications.
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16/03/18
MEI report on “Investigating the impact of curriculum and funding changes on Level 3 mathematics uptake” and finds that AS/A level Maths numbers appear to have dropped in 2017/18 and entry requirements have been raised in many institutions (exact figures not yet available).
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08/03/18
MEI Chief Executive’s response to Ofqual consultation on Advanced Extension Award (scroll down to the red text of MEI’s response). The consultation is now closed.
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29/11/17
You are invited to take part in the MEI survey on the uptake of mathematics AS/A levels and Core Maths by 13 December
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26/09/17
Page 3 of MEI newsletter asks: Can students take the reformed AS Further Mathematics if they have taken or are taking the legacy A level Mathematics?
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28/07/17
Helpful, impartial summary from MEI of changes to AS/A level specifications, covering all boards with links to more information and support’
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27/03/17
Spring newsletter reports on how the number of Maths A level entries compare with other subjects and UCL Institute of Education investigation on ‘How are early career mathematics teachers are inducted into teaching A level?’
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10/03/17
MEI sets out its priorities for the future of post16 maths education at a parliamentary reception, covering A level, Core Maths, GCSE resit and the supply of specialist teachers.
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08/03/17
A report by UCL IoE provides useful insights into how five schools/colleges have succeeded in encouraging greater proportions of girls to study A level Mathematics.
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01/03/17
MEI has produced a scheme of work for the new A level starting in 2017.
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20/02/17
The MEI newsletter includes a view on the direction of post16 maths education policy.
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20/01/17
The National STEM Centre is running a four day summer school, for teachers new to teaching Alevel mathematics. Free of charge (bursary).
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January 2017
London Mathematical Society  CPD grants available for teachers to attend one or two day conferences/events that are specifically mathematical (including updating on mathematics curriculum reform).
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18/08/16
The Further Maths Support Programme response to A level results.
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22/06/16
The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education publish a report on assessing problem solving, including recommendations for Ofqual and the STA.
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18/03/16
The Institute of Education publishes a report on the wider effects of introducing Further Maths in a school or college.
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22/01/16
Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) offer a video presentation detailing changes to AS and A level maths.
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15/01/16
The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education response to Ofqual consultation on AS and A level maths and further maths.
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13/09/18
A video with teacher and student voices describing “what core maths is”.
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16/08/18
National results for A/AS level Maths and Further Maths, and also Core Maths – with analysis from MEI
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04/05/18
Executive Summary of MEI survey: Investigating the impact of curriculum and funding changes on Level 3 mathematics uptake
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05/04/18
MEI to manage the new Advanced Mathematics Support Programme, or AMSP, to support level 3 mathematics, including AS and A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics, and Core Maths qualifications.
Find out more
29/11/17
You are invited to take part in the MEI survey on the uptake of mathematics AS/A levels and Core Maths by 13 December
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10/03/17
MEI sets out its priorities for the future of post16 maths education at a parliamentary reception, covering A level, Core Maths, GCSE resit and the supply of specialist teachers.
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20/02/17
The MEI newsletter includes a view on the direction of post16 maths education policy.
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30/08/16
Core Maths Support Programme produces a set of videos offering different perspectives of Core Maths including a parent’s and a school leader’s viewpoint.
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09/08/16
Core Maths Support Programme publishes a video showing the benefits of Core Maths.
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22/06/16
The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education publish a report on assessing problem solving, including recommendations for Ofqual and the STA.
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02/11/18
New EEF (Education Endowment Foundation) research: Lowcost tutoring can boost struggling pupils’ maths results by +3 months.
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22/03/18
An Education Endowment Foundation report has clear implications for teachers: they need to teach pupils how to use calculators.
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13/11/17
The guidance report Improving Mathematics in Key Stages 2 & 3 written by EEF, offers eight practical, evidencebased recommendations that are relevant to all pupils, but particularly to those struggling with their mathematics
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January 2017
London Mathematical Society  CPD grants available for teachers to attend one or two day conferences/events that are specifically mathematical (including updating on mathematics curriculum reform).
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06/09/16
KS2 test dates for 2017, 2018 and 2019 are available.
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02/11/18
New EEF (Education Endowment Foundation) research: Lowcost tutoring can boost struggling pupils’ maths results by +3 months.
Full report
22/03/18
An Education Endowment Foundation report has clear implications for teachers: they need to teach pupils how to use calculators.
Find out more
13/11/17
The guidance report Improving Mathematics in Key Stages 2 & 3 written by EEF, offers eight practical, evidencebased recommendations that are relevant to all pupils, but particularly to those struggling with their mathematics
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January 2017
London Mathematical Society  CPD grants available for teachers to attend one or two day conferences/events that are specifically mathematical (including updating on mathematics curriculum reform).
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22/06/16
The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education publish a report on assessing problem solving, including recommendations for Ofqual and the STA.
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21/01/19
MEI begins feasibility study of a new mathematics GCSE curriculum for post16 resit students
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15/11/18
Contextualising post16 GCSE Mathematics: a toolkit from MEI for both specialist maths teaching practitioners and vocational teaching practitioners who wish to embed maths in their delivery
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28/09/18
University of Nottingham research update for the project “Mathematics in Further Education Colleges” (MiFEC). Summer Update 2018
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24/08/17
MEI’s summary of the 2017 GCSE Maths results
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24/03/17
A new EEF funded project is being carried out by MEI, to investigate the impact of contextualisation in the teaching and learning of resit GCSE English and Mathematics.
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10/03/17
MEI sets out its priorities for the future of post16 maths education at a parliamentary reception, covering A level, Core Maths, GCSE resit and the supply of specialist teachers.
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28/07/17
Helpful, impartial summary from MEI of changes to AS/A level specifications, covering all boards with links to more information and support’
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22/06/16
The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education publish a report on assessing problem solving, including recommendations for Ofqual and the STA.
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20/01/17
The National STEM Centre is running a four day summer school, for teachers new to teaching Alevel mathematics. Free of charge (bursary).
Find out more
January 2017
London Mathematical Society  CPD grants available for teachers to attend one or two day conferences/events that are specifically mathematical (including updating on mathematics curriculum reform).
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28/09/16
The Association of teachers of Mathematics Conference paper booking form is available to download.
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13/09/16
Online booking now open for the Maths Association Annual Conference.
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14/06/16
Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) publishes position paper on the new GCSE, offering concern around the support offered to teachers in implementing the changes.
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20/01/17
The National STEM Centre is running a four day summer school, for teachers new to teaching Alevel mathematics. Free of charge (bursary).
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22/06/16
The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education publish a report on assessing problem solving, including recommendations for Ofqual and the STA.
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Nov 2016
Research report into the efficacy of online maths homework.
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