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​Mathematics education is an integral part of career and personal development. It can enhance understanding of our world and is essential for informed citizenship and all career pathways.

Through a deep understanding of mathematics, individuals can learn about economics, society and politics in a mathematically oriented society.

The aim of the Mathematics course at Bray Park State High School is to provide students with a pathway to success by achieving their maximum potential.

Junior Secondary

The Year 7, 8 and 9 mathematics courses at Bray Park SHS High have adopted the Australian Curriculum as outlined on the ACARA website. Students will complete a course of study in the strands of Number & Algebra, Measurement & Geometry, and Probability & Statistics.

There is a strong emphasis on co-operative learning activities and students taking responsibility for their learning through setting learning targets within each topic and performing regular self-evaluation and reflection. Students will be exposed to and expected to regularly use a range of computational methods from mental calculation strategies through to calculator (computer) assisted calculation and problem solving techniques.

Senior School

Students studying Year 10 Mathematics will have 2 pathways. Most classes will study the core ACARA program with a select group of students undertaking 10 Math Extension, and study additional materials in class to prepare them for a future pathway in Senior Mathematics B or C and tertiary studies.

In years 11 and 12 this faculty offers 4 subjects designed to cater for the range of abilities and interests of our students. The Authority subjects are Mathematics A, Mathematics B and Mathematics C. It must be noted that it is not possible to study Mathematics C without also studying Mathematics B.

The other subject offered is Pre Vocational Mathematics (PVM), an Authority registered subject which caters for students wishing to enhance their numeracy skills but who are not seeking tertiary studies in Mathematics.

Faculty Enrichment Programs

Supportive Mathematics tutorials are available for students Wednesday afternoon in the resource centre from 3-4 pm supported by dedicated Mathematics teachers volunteering their time to support our students.

We also are involved in Mathematics Competitions both Regionally and Nationally. These include Murrumba team challenge and ICAS competitions.


Head of Department - Christopher Powell