Maths Progress International

 

Structure

What’s new? 

Developed to build the skills and knowledge needed to progress to International GCSE Mathematics (9-1) for a consistent learning experience from 11-16.

  • Designed with the international student in mind with appropriate cultural sensitivity, international contexts and written for English as an Additional Language (EAL) learners.
  • Follows a mastery approach and unique unit structure that has been shown to help to build confidence in mathematics.
  • Matched to the iLower Secondary curriculum and the UK National Curriculum so you can be sure you have all you need whatever curriculum you are following. 

What’s included? 

Maths Progress International includes a simplified offering of one textbook and one workbook per year plus online digital resources that work together to give you the fullest support for planning, teaching, progress tracking and assessing students' progress from 11-14 and on to International GCSE (9-1).

Student Textbooks

There is one Student Textbook for each year. The textbooks follow a unique mastery unit structure that aims to nurture confidence, build fluency, improve problem-solving skills and develop mathematical reasoning to fully prepare students for the transition to International GCSE and beyond. 

Workbooks

New for Maths Progress International, the write-in, full colour workbooks offer extra practice of key content, along with progression checkers at the end of each unit with plenty of dynamic student support.

ActiveLearn - your online toolkit

The updated ActiveLearn digital service combines front-of-class teaching resources for the new edition of Maths Progress International with online student ActiveBooks, homework practice and support, as well as planning and assessment materials.