Maths Courses

Maths Courses

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Improve your maths skills

Improve your maths with expert support to help you get a job, progress at work or go onto further training.

  • Our course are free for the vast majority
  • Individual support in a friendly atmosphere
  • Courses at different levels from Entry to Level 2
  • GCSE maths starting in September
  • Gain nationally recognised functional maths qualifications

We have Maths courses at all our Adult Learning Centres and are suitable for Greater Manchester residents. 

Before you start a course we will listen you your requirements and carefully assess your skills to make sure you join a course that is right for you. 

How will you learn?

We have daytime and evening classes, these are centre based with one or two sessions each week.  Classes are small and an expert tutor will guide you through the course to enable you to achieve.  For all classes there is independent learning at home too to support your learning.

Enrol now‘ for an appointment to an assessment and enrolment session and discuss your options with one of our tutors

GCSE Maths

Our year-long GCSE maths courses start in September 2023 in centres across the city.
This course can help you progress to courses in Further or Higher education and help you develop your career.

 AQA GCSE maths Specification – PDF

Recruitment will take place from May onwards for September 2023. 

We are delighted to announce we will be running the following GCSE maths classes in September 2023

  • Abraham  Moss (daytime and evening)
  • Greenheys (daytime and evening)
  • Longsight (daytime)
  • Withington (daytime)
  • Wythenshawe Forum (evening)

Please complete this form to book a place on an assessment session.

Level 3 Core Maths

We are looking forward to offering a Level 3 core maths course again from September 2023.The Level 3 core maths in context can help to take your learning further.  Accredited by Pearson Edexcel, the Mathematics in Context course builds on GCSE maths to apply maths to real world contexts and problems.

Entry requirements: Maths GCSE at Grade 5 (C) or above or an assessment to demonstrate maths skills at this level is an essential requirement. English at GCSE/Level 2 Functional skills is desirable. Confident digital skills to enable the completion of assignments.

Recruitment will take place from May onwards for September 2023.  Please watch out for information, assessment and enrolment sessions taking place from May onwards on here.

What next after Mathematics in Context? Mathematics in Context (Core Maths) can lead to a number of different career and education paths. The Advanced Mathematics Support Programme® here ( what-next) can offer further advice.

Maths courses

Course nameDescriptionDuration
GCSE mathsAn intensive one-year course for people who are confident in their maths skills and need to gain this national qualification to go on to further studies or employment.9 months, starting September.
Maths skillsAvailable at five different levels. You’ll start at the right level for you and have the chance to gain nationally recognised Functional Maths qualification.Flexible, with the chance to take exams whenever you are ready.