Bomaderry High School
Bomaderry High School is a comprehensive, co-educational high school located on the north side of the Shoalhaven River on the south coast of NSW.
The school population is approximately 950 students. About 5% of the students are Aboriginal. The school is proud of its academic, sporting and cultural successes.
The curriculum offered is broad and comprehensive. At School Certificate and Higher School Certificate levels the school generally achieves at or above state average in all Mathematics courses.
In Year 7 there are six mixed ability classes for mathematics, whilst the classes in Years 8, 9 and 10 are graded. In Years 9 and 10, in 2003, there are two classes of Advanced Mathematics, two of Intermediate and two Standard.
The school day is organised on 4 lessons per day each of 75 minutes duration.
- Stage 4 outcome-based teaching program that has the flexibility of meeting students' needs who are working at or beyond Stage 4 to those working toward Stage 3. The teaching program includes teacher registration and evaluation.
- Assessment and reporting considerations, including tracking outcomes
- Development of additional teaching resources (if time permits)
A complete Stage 4 and 5 mathematics program developed by Bomaderry High School.