Look no further than the GCSE Maths Camp if you are looking for a way to help your child excel in their upcoming GCSE Maths exams

The online 30-day program, GCSE Maths Camp, provides students with everything they need to pass their GCSE Maths Exams.

As the name implies the 30-Days GCSE Maths Camp runs over 30 days starting on the 3rd of April 2023. During the 30 days students are required to log in daily onto a secure student portal; there’s daily retrieval practice, ‘how to…’ videos, exam questions practice and there’s also a moderated private community where students can get help if they get stuck.

Miss Joseph, the founder of 30-days Maths Camp who is a GCSE Maths examiner and a specialist Maths teacher with over 19 years teaching experience, says, ‘having a GCSE in Maths is more important than ever, not only for those planning to go to sixth form or college but also for those considering apprenticeships or work, the simple fact is that Maths is a requirement for many of these.’

According to Sam Sims, Chief Executive of National Numeracy, around 175,000 students fail their GCSE Maths exams each year; under current legislation it is compulsory for these students (under 18s) to re-sit the Exams until they achieve at least a grade 4.
Miss Joseph goes on to say “The GCSE Maths curriculum is huge and having to revise by themselves especially if they already find Maths challenging is a daunting task for any student”. The 30-day GCSE Maths camp was designed to help students revise for their GCSE Maths exams and to boost their confidence without unnecessary stress or fuss.

The 30-Day GCSE Maths camp is open to any student sitting their GCSE exams this April and is available in both Foundation and Higher tiers.

To find out more or to enrol please visit GCSE Maths Camp at: www.gcsemathscamp.co.uk

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