The New Maths Curriculum Grading System Explained

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With the new maths curriculum coming into place, the maths GCSE grading system will be changing in the academic year of 2014/15 across England. By 2017, the traditional A* to G will be replaced with the numbers 1 – 9, with ‘1’ being the lowest and ‘9’ being the highest. Falling below the lowest number of 1 will result in what we now see as a ‘U’ grade, so under the new curriculum there will actually be 10 possible outcomes for pupils rather than the 9 levels of grade we see at the moment. To reiterate, a level 1 will be the lowest grade a pupil will be able to achieve so the foundation tier will give access to grades 1-5, whereas the higher tier 4-9.

According to Gov.UK: ‘The new GCSE sets higher expectations; it demands more from all students and provides further challenges for those…

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