Overview material | Mathematics Version 2.0
Learning in Mathematics emphasises the importance of providing opportunities for students to develop proficiency in mathematics. This development of proficiency is achieved in how content is explored or developed, that is, how students experience the thinking and doing of mathematics.
Overview material | Mathematics Version 2.0
Please note that the Victorian Curriculum F-10 website will be unavailable from 10pm Friday 15 December until 5pm Sunday 17 December due to a network upgrade.
The VCAA is developing the Victorian Curriculum F–10 Version 2.0, starting with the publication of the Mathematics...
Overview material | Mathematics Version 2.0
The VCAA is providing a comprehensive suite of supporting resources, including introductory webinars, professional learning opportunities and downloadable resources, to help you easily grasp and understand the Mathematics Version 2.0 curriculum.
Go to Mathematics Version 2.0 on the VCAA...
Overview material | Mathematics Version 2.0
The curriculum sets out what students are expected to learn and is designed as a continuum of learning. The curriculum is being presented in a scope and sequence chart to support teachers to easily see the progression and assist in planning teaching and learning programs to meet the diverse...
Overview material | Mathematics Version 2.0
Mathematics is presented in 11 levels, from Foundation to Level 10.
Level 10 also includes Level 10A, which provides opportunities for students to extend their exploration of mathematical notions and further their mathematical studies.
The curriculum is organised into 6 interrelated...
Overview material | Mathematics Version 2.0
By the end of Foundation, students make connections between number names, numerals and position in the sequence of numbers from zero to at least 20. They use subitising and counting strategies to quantify collections. Students compare the size of collections to at least 20. They partition...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0 | Foundation Level
In Foundation, learning in Mathematics builds on each student’s prior learning and experiences, including the learning opportunities acquired through the implementation of the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (VEYLDF). Students engage in a range of approaches to the...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0
By the end of Level 8, students recognise irrational numbers as numbers that cannot develop from the division of integer values by natural numbers and terminating or recurring decimals. They apply the exponent laws to calculations with numbers involving positive integer exponents. Students...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0 | Level 8
By the end of Level 10, students recognise the effect of approximations of real numbers in repeated calculations.
Students use mathematical modelling to solve problems involving growth and decay in financial and other applied situations, applying linear, quadratic and exponential...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0 | Level 10
By the end of Level 7, students represent natural numbers in expanded form and as products of prime factors, using exponent notation. They solve problems involving squares of numbers and square roots of perfect square numbers. Students solve problems involving addition and subtraction...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0 | Level 7
By the end of Level 1, students connect number names, numerals and quantities, and order numbers to at least 120. They demonstrate how one- and two-digit numbers can be partitioned in different ways and that two-digit numbers can be partitioned into tens and ones. Students partition collections...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0 | Level 1
By the end of Level 5, students use place value to write and order decimals including decimals greater than one. They express natural numbers as products of factors and identify multiples and divisors. Students order and represent, add and subtract fractions with the same or related denominators...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0 | Level 5
By the end of Level 6, students use integers to represent points on a number line and on the Cartesian plane. They solve problems using the properties of prime, composite, square and triangular numbers. Students order common fractions, giving reasons, and add and subtract fractions with...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0 | Level 6
By the end of Level 3, students order and represent natural numbers beyond 10 000, classify numbers as either odd or even, and use the properties of odd and even numbers. They partition, rearrange and regroup two- and three-digit numbers in different ways to assist in calculations. Students...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0 | Level 3
By the end of Level 9, students recognise and use rational and irrational numbers to solve problems.
Students extend and apply the exponent laws with positive integers and the zero exponent to variables. They expand binomial products and factorise monic quadratic expressions. They...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0 | Level 9
By the end of Level 2, students order and represent numbers to at least 1000; apply knowledge of place value to partition, rearrange and rename two- and three-digit numbers in terms of their parts; and regroup partitioned numbers to assist in calculations. They use mathematical modelling...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0 | Level 2
By the end of Level 4, students use their understanding of place value to represent tenths and hundredths in decimal form and to multiply natural numbers by multiples of 10. Students use mathematical modelling to solve financial and other practical problems, formulating the problem using...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0 | Level 4
Level 10A provides optional, additional content to extend students in their mathematical studies in number, algebra, function, geometry, probability and statistics.
Level 10A does not include an achievement standard and does not require reporting.
Students may extend...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0
In Level 9, learning in Mathematics builds on each student’s prior learning and experiences. Students engage in a range of approaches to the learning and doing of mathematics that develop their understanding of and fluency with concepts, procedures and processes by making connections, reasoning...
Level description | Mathematics | Mathematics Version 2.0