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"Perseverance produces character;
and character, hope." (Romans 5:4)

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Maths Intent

The intent of the mathematics curriculum has at its heart, our values of perseverance, character and hope, which promote a sense of belonging in the world of Mathematics1.

The mathematics curriculum at Immanuel College is designed to ensure that all students have a secure knowledge base and cultivate a deep understanding of mathematical concepts and procedures, as well as the ability to apply these to a variety of problems, including those they may face in the real world3

The mathematics department models and promotes mathematical rigour.

The curriculum is designed to foster students' mathematical reasoning skills, their ability to communicate mathematical ideas effectively, and their appreciation of the beauty and power of mathematics7.

Students are stretched and challenged.

We create a positive learning environment with high expectations where students thrive and reach their hopes and aspirations.

We promote diversity within the curriculum and show case that mathematicians both historically and locally come from all kinds of backgrounds and upbringing.

Students are prepared for future studies in mathematics: The curriculum provides a solid foundation in mathematics for students who wish to study mathematics at university or in other advanced programs9.

1 Matthew 1:23 – ‘They will call him, “Immanuel” which means “God with us.”

3 Galatians 3:26 – ‘In Jesus you are all children of God through faith.’

7 Ephesians 2:10 – ‘For we are God’s masterpiece, created in Christ Jesus to do good works which God prepared in advance for us to do.’

9 John 10:10 – Jesus said, ‘I have come that they may have life and have it abundantly.’

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