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Head of Department
Mr Grant Dale


Mathematics is an integral part of a general education. It can enhance understanding of our world and the quality of our participation in a rapidly changing society. Mathematics pervades so many aspects of daily life that a sound knowledge is essential for informed citizenship. Through a deep understanding of mathematics, individuals can learn about economics, society and politics in a mathematically oriented society.

The emphasis of the course is to teach students how to ‘work like a mathematician’. Students engage with problems and investigations using concrete materials and the tools of the mathematician - calculators; measuring equipment; statistics; along with numeric, geometric and algebraic understandings. Students are then required to communicate their mathematics in writing as a report or assignment.

From Year 10 Semester 1 we offer our Senior Curriculum for mathematics.  The course cover the same objectives a the Senior Syllabus with the classes investigating more complex applications of those topics relevant to the chosen mathematic subject.

Junior Secondary

Maths Year 8
Maths Year 9

Senior Secondary

Maths A Year 10, 11 and 12
Maths B Year 10, 11 and 12
Maths C Year 10, 11 and 12
Prevocational Mathematics Year 10, 11 and 12



Supportive Mathematics tutorials again on a Monday and Wednesday afternoon in the resource centre from 2.30pm - 3.30pm supported by our dedicated Maths and Science teachers volunteering their time to support our students.

We also are involved in Mathematics Competitions both Regionally and Nationally with our first Regional competition being in May and following with a National competition later this year in August.

ICAS - International Competitions and Assessments for Schools

Australian Mathematics Competition


Regional District Mathematics Competition