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Welcome to the EBS Mathematics Faculty! We hope to provide you with all the information you need about this faculty, but if you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Mathematics is an interconnected subject in which pupils need to be able to move fluently between representations of mathematical ideas. It is essential to everyday life; from financial literacy to technology and science. 

At East Barnet School, our vision is to provide a Mathematics curriculum that will enable every child to achieve more than they think they are capable of achieving. Our aim is to deliver a high-quality Mathematics education to all of our students, to widen pupils’ logical thinking and encourage problem solving skills. We want all our students to leave with a sense of accomplishment in numerical fluency, reasoning skills and make rich mathematical connections. 

We aspire to provide all students with a rewarding and enjoyable experience of mathematics. We will prepare students to become confident, numerate individuals who are able to deal with all aspects of mathematics in their chosen career and in all aspects of their adult life. 

Example Careers in Mathematics

  • Accounting Technician
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Bank Manager
  • Credit Controller
  • Cyber Intelligence Officer
  • Economist
  • Financial Adviser
  • Insurance Underwriter
  • Meteorologist
  • Stockbroker

For more information on Careers, please visit our Careers & Alumni page.

Revision for Mathematics

Whether you are looking for some subject specific resources, past papers, apps to keep you motivated, tips from EBS staff, or just a weekly revision planner, we have got you covered! Click the button below and check it out!

Mathematics Faculty

M. Zaman
Head of Faculty

431 (4th Floor)
020 8344 2100

If you require any further information about the curriculum we are following in this subject, please contact the Head of Faculty.

Mathematics at Different Key Stages

maths rulers

Mathematics at KS3

Level : Key Stage 3
graph paper and pencil

Mathematics at KS4

Level : Key Stage 4 (GCSE)
algebra in a book

Mathematics at KS5

Level : Key Stage 5 ('A' Level)

Further Mathematics at KS5

Level : Key Stage 5 ('A' Level)