
Pathway 1

Pathway 2
Pathways through the maths resources
The resources in this area, and the pathways through them, are designed to help you to:
 identify areas of your Mathematical knowledge that need updating
 improve your confidence, skills and understanding of Maths
 gain an ETF certificate that demonstrates your knowledge of this subject
 in the case of Functional Skills, progress to externally validated qualifications
... and develop skills and strategies to support learners better.
You may choose either of the suggested pathways or use your own pathway through the resources that are shown below
Pathway 1: GCSE
Pathway 2: Functional Skills
 Functional Skills SelfEvaluation
 maths modules
 Functional Skills summative test
 Functional Skills accreditation
Self evaluation
Maths modules
These modules are designed to help you to improve your knowledge and understanding of maths and the teaching of maths. They are freestanding and cover a range of topics aligned to the Functional Skills Level 2, and GCSE maths curricula. You can access as many or as few as you wish. Use the Search facility and the outcome from your self evaluation to help you to locate resources that are relevant.
 Algebra
 Algebra and graphs
 Geometry and trigonometry
 Geometry and trigonometry 2
 Graphs and functions and simultaneous equations
 Language of maths
 Measures
 Number
 Probability
 Probability and statistics
 Statistics
 Mathematical language

Module: Mathematical language
Level: Functional Skills
 Sine rule

Module: Geometry and trigonometry
Level: GCSE
 Cosine rule

Module: Geometry and trigonometry
Level: GCSE
 Circles

Module: Geometry and trigonometry
Level: Functional Skills
 Pythagoras' theorem

Module: Geometry and trigonometry
Level: GCSE
 Fermi problems

Module: Probability and statistics
Level: GCSE
 Ratio

Module: Probability and statistics
Level: GCSE
 Probability

Module: Probability and statistics
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Probability notation

Module: Probability and statistics
Level: GCSE
 Statistics and data quality

Module: Probability and statistics
Level: Functional Skills
 Moving averages

Module: Probability and statistics
Level: GCSE
 Moving objects (graphs)

Module: Algebra and graphs
Level: GCSE
 Compound measures

Module: Algebra and graphs
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Financial graphs

Module: Algebra and graphs
Level: GCSE
 Moving object calculations

Module: Algebra and graphs
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Surds

Module: Algebra and graphs
Level: GCSE
 Simultaneous equations

Module: Graphs and Founctions and simultaneous equations
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Factorising

Module: Graphs and Founctions and simulteneous equations
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Quadratic graphs and equations

Module: Graphs and Founctions and simulteneous equations
Level: GCSE
 Reciprocal & cubic functions

Module: Graphs and Founctions and simulteneous equations
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Number terminology

Module: Number
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Number systems

Module: Number
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Place value

Module: Number
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Decimals and fractions

Module: Number
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Fraction Equivalences

Module: Number
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Percentages

Module: Number
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Compound interest

Module: Number
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Ratio and proportion

Module: Number
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Proportional reasoning

Module: Number
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Standard form

Module: Number
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Marking learners work

Module: Number
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
Module: Measures
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Algebraic notation

Module: Algebra
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Algebraic expressions

Module: Algebra
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Algebraic equations

Module: Algebra
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Linear equations

Module: Algebra
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Like terms

Module: Algebra
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Substitute numbers into formulae

Module: Algebra
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Graphs as solutions to equations

Module: Algebra
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Usefulness of algebra

Module: Algebra
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Transition from arithmetic notation

Module: Algebra
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Strategies for misconception

Module: Algebra
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Scales and bearings

Module: Measures
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Area and volume

Module: Measures
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Know and use formulae

Module: Measures
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Properties of circles and other shapes

Module: Geometry and trigonometry
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Angles

Module: Geometry and trigonometry
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Similarity and congruence

Module: Geometry and trigonometry
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Trigonometry

Module: Geometry and trigonometry
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Transformations

Module: Geometry and trigonometry
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Theoretical probability models

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Independent events

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Dependent events

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Mutually exclusive events

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Relative frequencies

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Estimated probabilities

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Representing probabilities visually

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Probability misconceptions

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Teaching probability

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Discrete data

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Continuous data

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Univariate data

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
 Bivariate data

Module: Probability
Level: Functional Skills / GCSE
Summative tests

Pathway 1

Pathway 2
You can take the summative tests as many times as you like but will only be issued a certificate on the first attempt. The second test will not be revealed unless you score 60% or more on the first test.
If you are applying for QTLS and you already have a Level 2 qualification that is more than 5 years old, you can use the certificate you gain here as evidence for your QTLS workbook. To find out more about QTLS click here.