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The Maths Pathway model comprises a community of more than 130 schools and 1,000 teachers across Australia. This community serves the needs of more than 25,000 students, reimaging the way we teach mathematics. We're always delighted to welcome new schools to our community - find out how to get started.

Aquinas College
Ararat Secondary College
Bacchus Marsh College
Bendigo South East 7-10 Secondary College
Brauer Secondary College
Brighton Secondary College
Bundoora Secondary College
Burpengary State Secondary College
CaLM Link Up
Calvin Christian School
Canobolas Public School
Carmel School
Castle Hill High School
Catholic Agricultural College
Catholic College Bendigo
Catholic College Wodonga
Central Midlands Senior High School
Chevalier College
Christmas Island District High School
Cobram Secondary College
Craigieburn Secondary College
De La Salle College
Deception Bay State High School
Dromana Secondary College
East Doncaster Secondary College
East Loddon P-12 College
Edinburgh College (Secondary)
Emerald Secondary College
Emmanuel Christian School
Emmanuel College Inc
Epping Secondary College
Fitzroy High School
Galen Catholic College
Galston High School
Giant Steps Tasmania
Gilson College - Mernda Campus
Glenroy Secondary College
Goulburn Valley Grammar School
Heath Park School
Hilltop Road Public School
La Trobe University
Lavalla Catholic College
Lilydale High School
Lyndale Secondary College
Marian College
Marist College Bendigo
Marist-Sion College
McAuley Champagnat Program, Notre Dame College
McClelland Secondary College
Melba Secondary College
Mildura English Language Centre
Mooroopna Secondary College
Mount Eliza Secondary College
Mount Erin Secondary College
Mount Gravatt State High School
Nathalia Secondary College
Newcomb Secondary College
Northside Christian College
Numurkah Secondary College
Open Access College
Oxley College
Parkdale Secondary College
Point Cook Senior Secondary College
Redcliffe State High School
Redeemer Lutheran College
Rosebank Public School
Sacred Heart College
Sacred Heart Primary School
Salesian College
Seabrook Christian School
St Clare's School
St Francis Xavier College
St John's Anglican College
St Mary's College
St Mary's Primary School
St Paul's Primary School
St Peter's College
St Therese's School
Stawell Secondary College
Super Groups - Girton Grammar School
Tampa Catholic High School
The John Berne School
The Knox School
Torrens Valley Christian School
Trinity Anglican College
Upwey High School
Warracknabeal Secondary College
Warrnambool College
Wedderburn College
Weeroona College Bendigo
Western Port Secondary College
Wheelers Hill Secondary College
Woodbridge School
Yea High School

Growth mindset: a case study at Bacchus Marsh Secondary College

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What are people saying?

According to state [NAPLAN metrics], we were 62% growth in 2013, 88% in 2014, 49% in 2015 and now 118% in 2016. The 2016 cohort was the first group who had done Maths Pathway all the way since Year 7. Jacquelyn Lee, Maths Coordinator
I've been a maths teacher for over 40 years and I've never seen anything that will allow kids to progress the way this does. Paul Dingle, Former Principal
I think Maths Pathway is filling in the gaps of my lower areas. I struggle with easy stuff like place value tables. Pathways took me back to the maths I didn't understand and retaught it to me. Once I learned it, I could go even further into year 8 and even year 9 maths. Year 8 Student
The Maths Pathway program works for our kids. It enables us to keep the best of the old, direct instruction, and merge it with what research and best practice has always told us, the importance of self-direction & resourcefulness Nicole Nixon, Head of Maths
I didn't really like Maths a lot at the start. It's not one of my strong points, I am more of an English girl. I now find that Maths Pathway is easier to understand, so I am pretty good at Maths now after learning from Maths Pathway. It helps a lot and makes it more enjoyable. Jamesin, Student
It allows every student to have their own individual learning plan and focuses on student growth as an achievement rather than an academic level to encourage a growth mindset. Ryan Starrett, Year 8 Maths Coordinator
Taking a survey at the start of last year I had 15% of my students that liked maths, so 85% of students were completely disengaged, hated maths and were clearly communicating that to me. Now it has flipped around the other way, 85% of the students love maths. They like coming in here, they find the material accessible, they enjoy the rich learning tasks, they enjoy the projects that we do and they also enjoy being able to achieve learning in maths. John Rainbow, Maths Coordinator
It is better than the old textbooks, Maths Pathway is like a really smart textbook made just for you. Luca, Student
The students have more confidence that comes from doing work at their level. It is more meaningful because they have success and they actually understand the maths. They're not mechanically going through the steps, they're understanding what it is they're doing, so when they see it in a different context it makes sense and they can solve it. Jenny Sutton, Teacher