Numeracy is the ability to understand and apply appropriate mathematical concepts and skills effectively, to solve problems and meet the general demands of life, at home and work, now and in the future.
Durack School supports its mathematics programs with the following resources.
Classroom planning and programming materials based on the Australian Curriculum which are adapted to meet the school context.
Problem based teaching to help children develop their capacity for logical reasoning and analytical thought. Rather than telling students how to get the answers teachers ask really good questions to encourage students to think deeply about a problem, access their prior knowledge about it, experiment with different ideas and analyse how well these ideas work.
An online mathematics practice site which is aligned to the Australian Curriculum and an excellent tool for homework practice of mathematics skills.
SBS is searching for our most brilliant young minds. The broadcaster is looking for children aged between 7 and 12 years to participate in a competition series that celebrates the incredible talents of extraordinary children. Apply to SBS before early March.
Every year, Durack School recognises Day for Daniel, which is a National Day of Action, raising awareness of child safety, protection and prevention.On Friday October 27th, students wore red and took part in the activities which teach children how to 'Recognise, React and Report' unsafe situations.…
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