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Do you want to improve your confidence with both maths and English? This course is designed specifically for learners who need a little extra help in both subjects. You'll gain essential skills in maths, while also learning about how this subject is written and taught differently in the UK. And by improving your English language skills, you'll be able to better understand your Maths lessons. It's a win-win! Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to improve your skills in both Maths and English. Enrol today!
Numbers are a part of our everyday lives, and it is important to have a strong foundation in numeracy in order to be successful in all areas of life. In this course, you will learn about numbers and how to use them effectively. You will learn about adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing, as well as how to work with decimals and money. You will also learn about fractions and percentages, and how to use metric measures for length, weight and capacity. Finally, you will learn about time and calendars. This course will give you the skills you need to be confident and competent with numbers.
This course is designed for those who does not have a Level 2 Functional Skills or GCSE grade C/4 in Maths. You must be aged 19 or over and live in Brighton and Hove. The course is free but we do ask for a commitment to attend the whole 10 weeks. This is to ensure that you get the most out of the course and gain the skills you need.
The teaching method for this class is a mix of whole-group instruction and individual work time. First, the specialist maths and ESOL teachers will present key skills using a Powerpoint presentation. Then, learners will have the opportunity to apply these skills to real life situations in class. Both teachers will provide support to individual learners as needed. Finally, learners can choose to work with a learning partner if they wish. This differentiated approach ensures that all learners have the opportunity to succeed in the class.
One of the first things you'll do is take an Initial assessment. This is just to get a sense of your starting level of confidence with the material. Don't worry, there's no pass or fail - it's just for us to understand where you're starting from.
As you work through the course, we'll be giving you feedback along the way. This is so you can check your understanding and progress. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. We're here to help you learn.
At the end of the course, there will be a final assessment. This is to check your progress and see how much you've learned. Again, there's no pass or fail - we just want to see how far you've come.
Optional worksheets based on the content of each session will be provided.
You can join our Functional skills/GCSE maths if you want to improve your skills further.