PRIMARY

Y1 – Y6

### Singapore Mathematics

The focus of the syllabus is on future skills, with students applying their mathematical knowledge and skills to solving problems in a real-life context.

LOWER SECONDARY

Y7 – Y9

### Mathematics (KS 3)

The programme of study for KS 3 is organised into apparently distinct domains, but pupils should build on KS 2 and connections across mathematical ideas to develop fluency, mathematical reasoning and

competence in solving increasingly sophisticated problems.

UPPER SECONDARY

Y10 – Y11

### Mathematics (0580)

Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics encourages learners to develop their mathematical ability as a key life skill, and as a strong basis for further study of mathematics or to support skills in other subjects.

UPPER SECONDARY

Y10 – Y11

### Additional Mathematics (0606)

Cambridge IGCSE Additional Mathematics encourages learners to further develop their mathematical ability in problem solving and provides strong progression for advanced study of mathematics or highly numerate subjects.

TERTIARY

A-Level

### A-Level Mathematics (9709)

Cambridge International A Level Mathematics develops a set of transferable skills. These include the skill of working with mathematical information, as well as the ability to think logically and independently, consider accuracy, model situations mathematically, analyse results and reflect on findings.

TERTIARY

A-Level

### A-Level Further Mathematics (9231)

This syllabus is intended for high ability learners who have achieved, or are likely to achieve, a high grade in the Cambridge International A Level Mathematics examination. Knowledge of the whole content of the Cambridge International A Level Mathematics syllabus is assumed. Learners will find that the additional time spent studying Further Mathematics will support their understanding of A Level Mathematics.

TERTIARY

IBDP

### Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation

Mathematics Applications and Interpretation is a course designed for students who wish to gain a good knowledge of mathematics, but with an emphasis on the applied nature of the subject. They may have found more traditional mathematics courses a challenge and it will appeal to students who enjoy the practical application of mathematics to real life situations. This course is suitable for students who may go on to further study in subjects that utilise mathematics in this way such as biology, the human sciences and business.

TERTIARY

IBDP

### Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches

Mathematics Analysis and Approaches is a course designed for students who wish to study a good level of mathematics, but not at a higher level. It will appeal to students who are interested in exploring real and abstract applications of mathematical concepts. They will enjoy problem solving and generalisation. This course is suitable for students who may go on to further study in subjects that have a mathematical background, for example economics, geography and chemistry.

TERTIARY

WACE / AUSMAT

### Mathematics Applications

This course focuses on the use of mathematics to solve problems in contexts that involve financial modelling, geometric, and trigonometric analysis, graphical and network analysis, and growth and decay in sequences. The Mathematics Applications ATAR course is designed for students whose future studies or employment pathways do not require knowledge of calculus

TERTIARY

WACE / AUSMAT

### Mathematics Methods

This course provides a foundation for further studies in disciplines in which mathematics and statistics have important roles. It is also advantageous for further studies in the health and social sciences.

TERTIARY

WACE / AUSMAT

### Mathematics Specialist

This course provides opportunities to develop rigorous mathematical arguments and proofs, and to use mathematical methods. It is studied in conjunction with the Mathematics Methods ATAR course as preparation for entry to specialised university