Why is maths so important at GCSE level?

Friday, 14 October 2016

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This week, Unionlearn have been promoting the benefits of studying maths with their Maths Workout Week. If you’ve missed it you can catch-up with the action on social media with #ULmathsworkout.

As part of the campaign they have featured a series of blogs about maths from a variety of perspectives. Today’s contribution is from NEC maths tutor Sally, who talks about her love of maths and why it’s so important at GCSE level – head over to the Unionlearn website to read more.

NEC and Unionlearn work together to provide learning opportunities to union members and union learning representatives. Some benefits of the Unionlearn partnership include a 10% discount for union members on all NEC courses and free taster courses exclusive to union members. Find out more about the partnership here.
 

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