Statistics

Curriculum

As a student of Statistics, you will develop your knowledge, reasoning and analytical skills and the ability to solve problems through a variety of different lessons. You will have success in all Statistics lessons you attend and will have many lightbulb moments as you discover new ideas and understanding of those new ideas. You will develop a greater understanding of the use of Statistics in the wider world and will understand how this may relate to you in your future career.

Progression

A level Statistics will be a huge benefit to many University courses that involve a large element of
statistics including biology, geography, psychology, economics, business and you can also take your statistics further by studying it at university which can lead you into a variety of roles.

Careers

Accountancy/finance; actuary; air traffic controller; forensics; data analyst; statistician.

Additional Entry Requirements

Grade 6 – 9 in GCSE Mathematics Or Grade 5 in GCSE Mathematics with Grade 6 in GCSE Statistics

Assessment

Initial assessment during enrolment.

Opportunities for work related activities

‘Women in Engineering’, robotics, statistics and mechanics taster sessions. ‘Maths Inspiration’ at the Bristol Hippodrome.

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