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Cookstown High School, Cookstown


“Success in Maths does not depend on how many answers you know, but by what you do when you don’t know the answer!”  (Anon) 

The study of Mathematics is extremely important in understanding the part that Mathematics plays in the world around us – in the ratio and proportion of art works, the scores of well-known songs, the content of a favourite recipe and in the structure of our daily lives.  Mathematics is also at the core of many other subjects including Science, Engineering and Economics.

The study of Mathematics will allow pupils to develop skills in problem solving and the ability to reason logically.

All pupils study Mathematics to the end of Key Stage 4, with every pupil in year 12 sitting their GCSE in this subject. Our aim is for pupils to acquire the skills and problem solving techniques which will allow them to finish Key Stage 4 with a recognised qualification in Mathematics.

All pupils have access to an online resource called MyMaths. This allows pupils to practise questions for topics they are finding more challenging and there are Booster Packs and Revision Questions available for pupils when preparing for tests and exams.

Just ask your teacher for the login and password details and click on the link below.



11th Jun 2019
Winners in the UKMT Maths Challenge taken by pupils in 9Ca and 9Cb on 30th April. Best...
28th Jan 2019
Winner of  a Silver Award and Best in both School and Year group was Peter in...
20th Dec 2018
29 pupils from CHS accompanied year 9 pupils from Holy Trinity College to Boda Borg...
5th Oct 2018
Troubled with Transformations? Confused with Common Factors? Fed up with Fractions? Then...
10th Sep 2018
Pictured are Pupils in year 11 and 12 who have achieved full UMS marks in the M4...
23rd Feb 2018
Troubled with Transformations?    Confused with Common Factors? ...
19th May 2017
Five pupils in Year 9 were awarded Silver in the UKMT Maths Challenge. Neil...
15th Sep 2015
A few pictures to highlight the excellent results in year 11/12 Maths GCSE Modules: