Individualised learning means tailoring the teaching and learning to meet the child’s learning needs and moving them to the next stage of learning.

  • Mathematics is timetabled for a minimum 5 hours per week and includes:
  • Number and Algebra
  • Geometry and Measurement
  • Statistics and Probability
  • Learning in Mathematics is matched to children’s learning needs, with individual and small-group learning tasks
  • All students learn via a sequential Mathematics continuum based upon the learning standards contained within the Victorian Curriculum.
  • Number Fluency is a feature of Mathematics learning.
  • Individual learning plans are developed to support the growth and development of mathematical concepts and skills.
  • Professional learning for staff focuses on the implementation of best practice mathematics teaching and learning. This will include in-school and external professional learning.
  • Appropriate use of digital technologies, to develop and support mathematics will be incorporated into the mathematics curriculum.
  • The use of up-to-date digital and hands-on resources supports the teaching and learning of mathematics.