Math from Grade 3 to IGCSE/O levels


Courses are fully customizable according to each student’s need. Based on a student diagnostic assessment, we can create a fully tailored course that addresses identified learning needs.

EDeQUAL Mathematics comprehensively covers primary and secondary Math leading to the UK O Level/IGCSE exams. Our primary Math course is divided into six levels which follow the world’s leading primary mathematics curriculum from Singapore. This is a model curriculum that has been adapted by several countries, including the US to help develop its Common Core State Standards for Mathematics, and has been proved to produce exceptional results internationally (TIMMS 2011, PISA 2012). Concept understanding, skills development, problem-solving strategies, and positive attitudes towards Maths are some of the areas of emphasis in the curriculum and in our courses. The primary course is normally completed by class 6.

Our secondary Mathematics course is divided into four levels – two levels of middle school Math that are usually completed by class 9, and two levels of high school Math that are completed by class 11. The secondary Math course follows the UK’s Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) Board syllabus leading to O level or IGCSE qualification.

Primary Math

Primary Math is organized along six proficiency levels (P1 to P6) covering the full range of primary Mathematics content starting with counting and simple addition and subtraction in P1, to concepts including algebra, geometry and data interpretation in P6. This course should normally be completed by the end of year 6.

  1. Numbers
  2. Addition and Subtraction
  3. Measures: Length, Weight & Capacity
  4. Multiplication and Division
  5. Multiplication Tables
  1. Mental Calculation
  2. Money
  3. Fractions
  4. Time
  5. Area and Perimeter
  6. Graphs
  1. Geometry
  2. Angles
  3. Decimals
  4. Solid Figures
  5. Ratio
  1. Triangle and 4-sided figures
  2. Percentages
  3. Average
  4. Rate
  5. Algebra

Middle School Math

Middle school Math is divided into two proficiency levels (M1 and M2), which prepare students for the foundations of O level/IGCSE Math. Topics cover basic Mathematics concepts and their application across the areas of numbers and algebra, geometry, and statistics. M1 and M2 should normally be completed by the end of year 9.

  1. Factors, Multiples and Integers
  2. Rational Numbers
  3. Estimation and Approximation
  4. Fundamental Algebra
  5. Algebraic Equations & Inequalities
  1. Ratio, Rate and Speed
  2. Percentages
  3. Perimeter and Area of Simple Geometric Figures
  4. Volume and Surface Area
  5. Basic Geometrical Concepts and Properties
  6. Functions and Graphs
  1. Angle Properties of Polygons
  2. Geometric Constructions
  3. Statistics
  4. Direct and Inverse Proportions
  5. Expansion and Factorization of Algebraic Equations
  6. Algebraic Manipulation and Formulae
  1. Graphs of Linear Equations in 2 Unknowns
  2. Graphs of Quadratic Equations
  3. Set Language and Notation
  4. Congruence and Similarity
  5. Pythagoras Theorem
  6. Probability

O levels / IGCSE Math

High school Math has two course proficiency levels (H1 and H2) that together cover the more challenging topics within O level/IGCSE Mathematics. Topic overage is across the areas of numbers and algebra, geometry, and statistics and probability. The areas of emphasis include quadratic equations, trigonometry, mensuration, standard deviation, and probability problems. H1 and H2 should normally be completed by the end of year 11, in preparation for the O level/IGCSE examination.

  1. Solutions to Quadratic Equations
  2. Linear Inequalities
  3. Matrices
  4. Applications of Mathematics in Practical Situations
  1. Linear Graphs and Their Applications
  2. Coordinate Geometry
  3. Congruent and Similar Triangles
  4. Area and Volume of Similar Figures and Solids
  5. Trigonometrical Ratios
  1. Graphical Solution of Equations
  2. Further Graphs and Graphs Applied to Kinematics
  3. Vectors in Two Dimensions
  4. Standard Deviation and Mean
  5. Cumulative Frequency Distribution