Mathematics is central to our understanding of the world in which we live, to our control of our environment, and to the organisation of our society. It underpins science, technology, medicine, economics and government.  We believe we offer a programme which enables all students to reach their potential and provides them with a necessary grounding in mathematics for life outside school.    


The Maths department offers lunchtime and after school revision sessions for GCSE students.  We also run a homework help club for all years at lunchtime on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

KS3 and KS4 What will students learn?

Students will cover topics from the following categories: 

1. Number

2. Algebra

3. Ratio, Proportion and Rates of Change

4. Geometry and Measures

5. Probability

6. Statistics


In all years students are tested regularly (in years 7 to 10 we test each half term).  Year 11 have formal mock exams as well as regular testing throughout the year.

 At KS4 there are two tiers of entry:

Foundation - with grades available 1 to 5 (approximately equivalent to the old G to B) 

Higher— with grades available 4 to 9 (approximately equivalent to the old C to A* as well as a new A**).

Year 7 Catch-up

Year 7 catch-up funding is used to help a number of students in English and Maths that arrive at Campion with levels of achievement which are below national.

This is achieved by 1:1 and 1:2 sessions by dedicated staff members in both faculties.  These sessions are planned by teachers of each department and progress is tracked and monitored week by week.