The Teaching Mechanics (TM) course has been written specifically for the Mathematics and Further Mathematics A levels in 2017. The course will enable teachers to develop their own subject knowledge and classroom practice in teaching Mechanics for A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics. The course has two units; TM1 covers the compulsory content for the new linear A level and TM2 covers material from the Further Mathematics units.
TM1 is now taking applications for September 2017. Please scroll down the page to see details and access the application form.
The course aims to enable participants to:
Each of the TM modules provides the opportunity for sustained professional development. The courses are scheduled over a sustained period and consist of:
There are additional study days and support for those undertaking the PG Cert
TM1 is designed for A level Mathematics teachers who are already teaching some Mechanics or who wish to teach it at some point in the near future. TM2 is for teachers who have taught M1 and possibly M2 but wish to develop their understanding of further topics. It is not necessary to have done TM1 before doing TM2 providing that you have some experience of teaching at M1 level. You may be:
TM1 starts in Sept 2017 and is now open for applications. You can apply by filling in the online application form. Applications will be considered up until the end of August though we may close sooner if the course is fully booked. Please read the documents below which give information about course dates, how to apply for the course and FAQs.
TM2 will be starting early in 2018 and will open for applications in the Autumn term. If you wish to receive an alert when applications are open please submit an expression of interest.If you would like more information about the courses please contact Sue de Pomerai, TM Course Leader.
If you need help accessing an online classroom for an FMSP course please see:
Online Classroom Support
Schools and Colleges can submit an online request to register with the Further Mathematics Support Programme. It is free to do so and there are many benefits.
To find out about the FMSP in your area please select a region from the map below: