Want to develop your Maths skills, gain a recognised qualification or stand out in the job market? We offer Maths qualifications from Entry Level 3 to Level 2.


Open Events:

Enrolment is now open, please call 020 3873 5800 to speak to a member of our admissions team.

Age Requirements

19+ (19 before the 31 August 2019)

What you will learn?


  • Whole numbers
    You will learn how to work with whole numbers which is the starting point for number confidence. This includes the calculation of whole numbers, ratios, formulae and proportions.
  • Fractions, decimals and percentages
    You will learn how to calculate mixed fractions and improper fractions, convert fractions to decimals and percentages. All taught in the context of everyday scenarios.
  • Common measures
    You will learn how to measure area, volume and perimeter, how to apply measurements to diagrams as well as different shapes and angles.
  • Shapes and space (2D and 3D)
    You will learn how to composite shapes, examine symmetrical shapes, nets and different viewpoints, such as bird’s eye view.
  • Handling data
    This section will teach you how to gathering data from different graphs, charts and diagrams as well as calculate different types of averages. All maths teaching is put into the context of everyday life.
Course entry requirements:

  • 19+ (19 before the 31 August 2019)
  • Resident in the UK or EU country for at least 3 years

Course duration and start date:

  • 21st October 2019
  • 3rd Feb 2020
  • 4th May 2020

Minimum 12-week programme. Including 1 evening a week and 2-hour session on Saturday

What qualification(s) will I receive?

  • OCR Certificate in Functional Skills Maths

Will I receive support throughout my course?

At Big Creative Education, we pride ourselves on offering support to all of our learners throughout their programme.

We have a number of learners who have a range of support needs from specific learning difficulties, or autistic spectrum disorders to mental health conditions, amongst others. If you currently have a valid Education and Health Care Plan or a Learning Difficulty Assessment (LDA), you will be entitled to government funded support from your local authority to ensure we help you achieve the best from your learning.

If you wish to discuss any aspect of learning support, please do not hesitate to contact Lauren (Entry Level to Level 2) or Shayne (Level 3) on 020 8498 3300.

For more information about the support we offer to learners please click here

How will I be taught and assessed?

All of our courses are vocational which means they are designed to compliment learners with a visual and kinaesthetic learning style.

As a result, you will be assessed via a range of both practical and written assignments.

What happens after I submit an Application?

Once you have submitted your application online, you will be contacted via post and email with an interview appointment. Our interview evenings happen on a monthly basis so you will never wait more than 30 days for an appointment.

Your interview is an opportunity for you to showcase and discuss your creative skill set with our industry professional tutors. We actively encourage applicants to attend their interviews with either a portfolio of work (if you have it) or an audition piece (if you’re applying for Music Performance or Performing Arts).

At the end of your interview you will receive a conditional offer for September subject to achieving the entry criteria. This will also be confirmed in writing so you have something to keep as a reminder.