Improve your maths: join at any time
Who is this course for?
You can only enrol on this course through a friendly chat and skills check with an experienced Learn Devon Learning Support Co-ordinator. This course will enable you improve your maths under the tuition of a qualified maths teacher who will assist you with learning at your own pace and enable you to set your own goals. Progression opportunities will be available.
The course requires regular attendance and extra work at home.
Courses cover different levels and include –
• Numbers and their use in everyday problems
• Use of mathematical notation
• Simple equations and graphs
• Shape and space
• Area and Volume
• Statistics and probability
Support and feedback
How will I learn?
You will work in small groups to learn and explore mathematical topics and improve understanding. In the classroom you will focus on working with others and questioning concepts and ideas to better understand the world of mathematics, and hopefully, have some fun!
How will my progress be monitored?
You will be encouraged to be responsible for your own learning. An individual learning plan will be used to record your targets and achievements.
Additional costs and requirements
A4 file, writing materials and lined or squared paper to be brought to the first and subsequent lessons. You will also need a geometry set, including a ruler, protractor, compass, pencil and rubber.
You can only enrol on this course through a friendly chat and skills check with an experienced Learn Devon Learning Support Coordinator.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
Weekly homework will be used to practice
mathematical techniques, check understanding
of topics covered and provide feedback on progress.
About the tutor
Cheryl Gibbs, Tutor for Learn Devon. Cheryl has a Bachelor of Education Degree from The University of Exeter, and a Certificate in Education and Training for Maths specialists from Exeter College.
Cheryl has been actively involved in education serving as a governor of her daughter’s primary school for six years. She is also involved in her local swimming club where she holds the post as the Treasurer. Her hobbies include photography and Tai Chi.
“I love teaching adults. The “lightbulb” moments when learners realise that they can do something that they thought they would never be able to do makes my day.”