Year 11 Mathematics offers students the opportunity to develop their study of mathematics with a wide range of all the strands with Number, Measurement, Trigonometry, Algebra, Geometric Reasoning and Statistics.

Year 12 Mathematics offers students the opportunity further their basic skills in a wide range of mathematical strands with Algebra, Statistics, Probability, Trigonometry as well as a start with Calculus.

Mathematics is an important part of God's creation. When God saw all that He had made the Bible says that He was very pleased. As we learn more about Mathematics, we also learn more about the incredible universe that God made. Year 13 Calculus offers students the opportunity to build on their study of calculus of how things change. Calculus provides a framework for modelling systems in which there is change, and a way to deduce the predictions of such models.

Our world is a data rich world. This course introduces students to how to analyse that data and become more discerning users of that data. Mathematics with Statistics reinforces and expands on many of the concepts taught in Year 12.Statistics is a course that is used in many areas of study at University and is a requirement or preferred subject for entry to a number of courses including Forestry, Biology, Biochemistry, Environmental Science, Microbiology and Psychology. It is also useful for any subject involving research (eg: Geography).


Wendy Gibbs (Head of Department)


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Marina Krijgsman (Teacher)


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Stuart Masterton (Teacher)


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