You will be assigned your own Achievement Tutor, a member of staff dedicated to providing pastoral support and guidance to ensure you reach your full potential. Your progress will be monitored through regular one-to-ones with your Achievement Tutor, using target setting and action planning to help build your skills and confidence to excel in your studies. The tutor will be the first and regular point of contact for students, parent and guardians.
Achievement Tutors can also help with academic skills, study guidance, careers advice, applications to Higher Education, and any extra help or student support required in lessons.
Special Educational Needs (Disabilities) or SEN(D)
LUSoM adopts an inclusive approach to learning which is tailored to individual requirements. The Math School’s dedicated learning support team are equipped to support all students in their care and provide one-to one assistance for students with learning difficulties, disabilities, and/or medical conditions throughout their time with us.
To view our SEN(D) policy click here.
English as an Additional Language (EAL)
Lancaster University School of Mathematics is an inclusive environment equipped to support those who use English as an additional language to ensure that the curriculum is fully accessible and comprehensive for all students.
Exeter Maths School Interested me because I liked the concept of going to a school where I wasn’t odd, or weird for liking Maths. They offered all the subjects that I wanted to do and in meant that everyone there would be studying Maths, or Further Maths which was different to my Secondary School Sixth Form where about five people would be studying them. The community was very close -the teachers felt like friends and everyone was like me. It felt very supportive and Inviting - We all appreciate Maths jokes!
Susan Ross - Graduate of Exeter Maths School and currently studying MSc Mathematics (study Abroad) at Lancaster University
We welcome you in September 2022