All students follow a course of study that leads to a GCSE qualification in mathematics, with the examination being taken in Year 11.

Results are consistently well above the national average and amongst the highest in the county.

In 2016, 76% of students in year 11 achieved an A*- C grade in mathematics with 20% of pupils gaining A or A* grades. This year sees the introduction of the 9-1 scale for the new GCSE specifications.

About 30 of the most able pupils are selected from the top two sets at KS4 and will also have the chance to study the Level 2 Certificate in further mathematics. This is an extremely challenging qualification with a maximum grade available of A* with distinction!