Mathematics is an excellent vehicle for the development and improvement of a person’s intellectual competence in logical reasoning, spatial visualisation, analysis and abstract thought. Pupils need to recognise and appreciate the links between various components of Mathematics, the relationship between Mathematics and other disciplines, as well as the relevance and importance of Mathematics in real life situations.
The Cedar Mathematics education provides learning opportunities and platforms for pupils to acquire and apply creative thinking and problem solving skills in a wide range of situations, including non-routine, open-ended and real world problems. These authentic learning experiences will enable our pupils to meet the challenges of the 21st century successfully where critical and creative thinking skills are highly valued.
Teaching & Learning Approach
Students using the Clinometer at the Esplanade
Teacher explanation at the Esplanade
Students working collaboratively at the Sports Hub