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English and Maths

To be successful in your career, many employers will require a minimum grade 4 in GCSE English Language and Maths.

English and Maths

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These qualifications are essential for your future progression, whether onto a higher-level study programme, university, an Apprenticeship or into employment. 

If you don’t already have a grade 4 in these vital subjects when you join us, English and maths will form an essential part of your studies whatever subject you’re studying. At the beginning of the year your prior GCSE grades will be used to enrol you onto the appropriate class. 

Classes will focus on promoting English and maths skills so that they will come naturally to you when studying, working or applying for new opportunities. If you are committed to going further, your English and maths skills are essential. Not only will you be developing these skills, you will also be developing your communication and employability skills to make you stand out further. Tutors will work closely with you to make sure that you make progress. We hope that you will enjoy studying these subjects with us.

Lessons are engaging and your tutors will pass on their enthusiasm and passions for their subjects, ensuring you have the chance to achieve your personal best through the negotiation of meaningful and stretching individual learning targets and personalised feedback, as well as offering:

  • catch-up sessions run by English and maths specialists
  • masterclasses on key areas of the syllabus
  • access to Google Classrooms and other high-quality online resources
  • revision sessions during term-time and during the holidays
  • one-to-one support

Your success in English and maths is at the heart of everything we do at The Sheffield College, and crucial to everything you will do when you progress into work or further learning. We look forward to helping you achieve this.

Please contact englishandmaths@sheffcol.ac.uk for more information.

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