Mathematics

Staff

Principal Teacher
Miss A. Tindall
Mr D. Brown Miss B. Hutton Mrs V. Moreland Mrs M. Moschovakis
Mrs A. Nicol-Stuart Mrs H. Sefton  Mrs G. Tunilla

Mathematics is not just numbers with the answers at the back of the textbook. Although we need to become fluent in numeracy to live our daily lives, there is so much more to Maths. It is the study of structure and pattern. We use it to explore, understand and simplify the world around us. Mathematics is the study of connecting the unconnected.
In studying Maths, we learn how to reason, how to solve problems, how to ask ‘what if…’, how to explain why, how to create. We learn how to think. In studying Mathematics we learn so much more than just using numbers.

Broad General Education S1-3

Pupils in S1, S2 and until December in S3 follow a course of study which allows various opportunity to progress through the Curriculum for Excellence Numeracy and Mathematics experiences and outcomes of Broad General Education.

Pupils in S1 to S3 will work on a number of three main learning areas:

• Shape, Position and Movement

• Information Handling

• Number, Money and Measure

Parents’ guide to supporting numeracy skills in S1 pupils

S1 Maths Stars Questions

S1 Pizza Pi Homework

Senior Phase S4-6

Progression pathways:

S4 S5 S6
 N5 Mathematics Higher Mathematics  Advance Higher Mathematics
 N4 Mathematics  N5 Mathematics  Higher Mathematics
 N4 Lifeskills Maths  N5 Lifeskills Maths  N5 Mathematics

or

IFS Personal Finance

Level 4 Personal Finance IFS Personal Finance

 

Full information on each course can be found in the Senior Phase Prospectus.

Study Resources

SQA N5 Past Papers

SQA Higher Past Papers

BBC Bitesize N5

BBC Bitesize Higher

Scholar

 

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