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 needs of students.

These charts include the content descriptions and achievement standards. It is advised that these charts are read in conjunction with the introductory materials and the level/band descriptions in the curriculum.

The number of levels represented in each chart varies. Read the naming convention in the links below to assist in selecting the most appropriate chart.

These charts are designed to be printed in A3 format.

- Mathematics Levels A to D, Foundation.docx (113 KB)
- Mathematics Levels A to D, Foundation.pdf (204 KB)
- Mathematics Number and Algebra Levels F-6.docx (112 KB)
- Mathematics Number and Algebra Levels F-6.pdf (167 KB)
- Mathematics Number and Algebra Levels 7-10A.docx (111 KB)
- Mathematics Number and Algebra Levels 7-10A.pdf (162 KB)
- Mathematics Measurement & Geometry Levels F-6.docx (109 KB)
- Mathematics Measurement & Geometry Levels F-6.pdf (154 KB)
- Mathematics Measurement & Geometry Levels 7-10A.docx (107 KB)
- Mathematics Measurement & Geometry Levels 7-10A.pdf (150 KB)
- Mathematics Statistics and Probability Levels F-6.docx (107 KB)
- Mathematics Statistics and Probability Levels F-6.pdf (143 KB)
- Mathematics Statistics and Probability Levels 7-10A.docx (106 KB)
- Mathematics Statistics and Probability Levels 7-10A.pdf (143 KB)