Mathematics is a way of making sense of the world. It starts with wondering and asking questions, seeking for connections and thinking about how we can prove our deductions and conclusions.


Our approach to Mathematics is to adopt a variety of approaches to problem-solve so that logical reasoning and effective communication leads to success. Students learn to develop deep analytical thinking skills and are taught to analyse certain situations in life before making crucial decisions.

Mathematics (Year 9 and 10)

To support daily life skills, Mathematics can teach techniques on estimating and approximating length, distance, quantity, weight, and many more that students will use in their daily life. It helps students to be precise or accurate in taking measurements when needed. Basic computational skills in Mathematics also teaches students how to handle everyday situations involving mathematics. It teaches them how calculations with whole numbers or fractions, decimals and this can be done without any calculator.