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Mathematics plays an important role in areas such as science or technologies, and is vital to research and development in fields such as engineering, computing science, medicine and finance. Learning mathematics gives young people access to the wider curriculum and the opportunity to pursue further studies and interests.

Because mathematics is rich and stimulating, it engages and fascinates learners of all ages, interests and abilities. Learning mathematics develops logical reasoning, analysis, problem-solving skills, creativity and the ability to think in abstract ways. It uses a universal language of numbers and symbols which allows us to communicate ideas in a concise, unambiguous and rigorous way.

Scheme of work 


Numeracy links and videos

Non Calculator Skills videos


Distance Learning Scheme of Work 

Icon for pdf S1 Scheme of Distance Learning [382.0KB]

Icon for pdf S2 Scheme of Distance Learning [153.31KB]

Icon for pdf National 4 - Scheme of Distance Learning [319.94KB]

Icon for pdf Nat 5 Scheme of Distance Learning [222.22KB]

(Exercises assigned in the Nat 5 Scheme of Distance Learning use references to the following booklets)

 

Icon for pdf Higher Maths - Scheme of Distance Learning [116.75KB]

Icon for pdf Advanced Higher Distance Learning [133.32KB]

 

 

 

 


Staff Members - Maths

Mr. B WhelanMr. P. Caddick 
Mrs. N. PearsonMr. T. MazadzaMrs. C Mulholland
Mrs. K. PhilipsMr. G. ReidMiss A. Wilson

 

Courses

 

S1/S2

Compulsory

S3

Compulsory

S4

Compulsory

S5

Optional

S6

Optional

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National 3--Y--
National 4--YYY
National 5--YYY
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