This course offers a mixture of mathematical and statistical skills. It provides an alternative option at Year 13 for students wanting to continue with Mathematics and prepares them for university study

This course provides students with the opportunity to develop their skills using the more practical aspects of Mathematics. It focuses on using Mathematics in real life situations and allowing students to succeed in Mathematics. Students will develop financial life skills, research skills, an understanding of the relevance of Mathematics for life-long learning, and will use Mathematics in a design process

This course develops students’ mathematical skills, concepts and understanding of mathematical processes in measurement, trigonometry, probability, and statistics.

This course extends students’ mathematical skills, concepts and understanding of mathematical processes in measurement and calculus, geometry, algebra, statistics and probability.

The aim of this course is for students to reach the standard required to meet Level 1 NCEA Numeracy through internally assessed Unit Standards

This course develops students’ mathematical skills, concepts and understanding in number, measurement, algebra and statistics. There is an emphasis on applying these skills to familiar and unfamiliar situations. 

The Year 10 Mathematics course is split into nine topics including algebra, statistics, probability, geometric reasoning and number. Students will learn through a variety of classroom activities, as well as the integration of e-learning tools. The school provides two weekly Mathematics tutorials and Moodle to complement students learning by providing extra support.

This course consolidate students' mathematical knowledge, develops their problem solving skills, and explores  and extends new mathematical concepts. Topics include number and algebra;  geometry and measurement; and statistics and probability.

This course covers the key components of Mathematics which includes Algebra, Geometry and Statistics.