Year 7 Virtual Open Evening

We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting a Virtual Open Evening on Thursday 8th October 2020. We welcome all parents/carers of prospective Year 7 students to book a place at the event by visiting our registration page:

 https://wkgs.org/open-evening

Head of Department
Ms G Mason

KS4 Specification - Edexcel

The Mathematics Department consists of nine skilled teachers who all share a love of Mathematics and strive to instil their passion for the subject into the students, giving them the skills they need to succeed in the wider world.

The department is equipped with some of the latest technology. All classrooms make use of interactive displays to make learning come to life and software such as Autograph is used to help mathematical concepts and relate them to real life. In addition to academic study, we provide additional enrichment and support opportunities for our students.

These include:

  • Puzzle Club
  • UKMT Junior, Intermediate and Senior challenges
  • UKMT Team Challenge
  • Maths Support - twice weekly drop-in sessions

Students study Mathematics for four lessons per week at Key Stage 3, studying:

  • Number
  • Algebra
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Geometry and Measures
  • Probability
  • Statistics

These lay the foundations for GCSE studies and beyond.

At GCSE, students follow a two-year, linear course where 99% of students achieved grades 9-4 and 63% achieved grades 9-7. Our highest achievers are also given the opportunity to complete a GCSE Further Mathematics qualification

A-level students study a new syllabus which covers Pure Mathematics, Statistics and Mechanics. Again, our most able students can study additional content in order to achieve A-level Further Mathematics and students achieve highly with 74% of Mathematics students obtaining a grade A*-B and 88% of Further Mathematics students achieving the same.

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What we’ve been up to…

23Sep '20

Self-Care September - Day 23: Let go of other people’s expectations of you today. #wellbeing #expectations #SelfCareSeptember @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/L7li7Ih9J6

22Sep '20

Self-Care September - Day 22: Look at photos from a time with happy memories. #SelfCareSeptember #Wellbeing #memories @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/E63utpfe94

21Sep '20

Self-Care September - Day 21: Remind yourself that you are loved and worthy of love. #Wellbeing #SelfCareSeptember @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/hKYe6kaDkF

21Sep '20

Update 2: Anyone can start the next level, Gold at 16 years, but eDofE will always show it as being direct until the previous level has been achieved. Always remember the participant has until they are 25 years old to complete their award.

21Sep '20

Update 1: For all levels - an expedition is still required to complete an Award. The certificate of achievement is sent out to those completing 3 sections at each level (this excludes the expedition at Bronze, silver & gold and also the residential at Gold).

20Sep '20

Self-Care September - Day 20: No plans day - make time to slow down and be kind to yourself. #wellbeing #SelfCareSeptember #relaxation #bekind @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/2jUxA2tEBE

19Sep '20

Self-Care September - Day 19: Get active outside and give your mind & body a natural boost. #Wellbeing #SelfCareSeptember #outdoors @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/RxCR4vHGhy

18Sep '20

Please find attached a letter from Wirral Borough Council for all parents/carers to wear a face covering if you are getting out of the car or physically escorting your child to the school entrances with effect from Mon 21 Sept 2020 wkgs.org/files/preview/… #WKGSCommunity💙

18Sep '20

Self-Care September - Day 18: Don't compare how you feel inside to how others appear outside. #Wellbeing #SelfCareSeptember @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/DCn9PMudBw

17Sep '20

Self-Care September - Day 17: Leave positive messages for yourself to see regularly. @WestKirbyGS #bekind #SelfCareSeptember #wellbeing https://t.co/h7e2kr2iTJ

16Sep '20

🔊#WKGS Parents/Carers Please find below⬇️a link to a video which Wirral Borough Council have produced which is aimed at supporting parents/carers on what they need to do if their child/ward shows symptoms, to help reduce risk of transmission in schools. vimeo.com/458533722

16Sep '20

Self-Care September - Day 16: Notice what you are feeling today, without any judgement. #SelfCareSeptember #Wellbeing #bekind https://t.co/YIwQ1et75I

15Sep '20

A reminder about timescales for the Duke of Edinburgh Awards @WKGS_Wellbeing @WestKirbyGS #WKGSY10 #WKGSY11 #WKGS6thForm https://t.co/wI2BSzGpBx

15Sep '20

What have you done today to make you feel proud? @WestKirbyGS @WKGS_Wellbeing #WKGSY10 #WKGSY11 #WKGS6thFORM https://t.co/6oPFZpMaqW

15Sep '20

What activities are you doing for Duke of Edinburgh? @WestKirbyGS #WKGSY10 #WKGSY11 #WKGS6thFORM https://t.co/qBTwflLW4L