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Roadworks are set to be carried out at Harrington which will affect traffic to Lakes College starting from Monday, January 30th.

The roadworks will last up to six weeks and students are advised to allow plenty of time to travel to college, especially on GCSE mock exam dates – Tuesday, January 31st and Thursday, February 2nd.

Stagecoach has recommended people catching a bus into college should get on an earlier bus, particularly at the start of the first week as disruptions are at their highest during the beginning of roadworks.

All bus passes including those issued by Cumbria County Council will be accepted if different routes need to be used.

Maths & English

Helping you to achieve the grades that employers look for!

Introduction

Our team are here to help you.

Here at Lakes College, we are committed to your success and personal development.

That’s why our dedicated Maths and English tutors are on-hand to assist with your learning throughout your time at Lakes College.

See below to find out whether you will be required to study Maths or English alongside your full-time course:

Do I need to study maths/English alongside my course?

Do I need to study maths/English alongside my course?

I achieved a Grade 4 at GCSE, will I need to study maths/English?

If you achieved a GCSE Grade 4 (equivalent to C) or above in maths and English, you do not have to study additional classes during your time at Lakes College.

Maths and English GCSE at a C grade/grade 4 or equivalent is often a requirement for employment, apprenticeships and entry to University level education.

I achieved a Grade 3 or below at GCSE, will I need I need to study it?

If you have a GCSE grade D/grade 3 in mathematics, English or both then you will study and resit these subjects to progress to a GCSE grade C/grade 4 level.

If you have a GCSE grade E/grade 2 or below, you will study Functional Skills in either or both mathematics and English

Will I continue to build on my maths/English skills if I already achieved a Grade 4?

Although you will not be studying these subjects directly, you will build upon your maths and English skills throughout your chosen course.

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