In Forms I and II we do not stream our classes and all the staff members teach at least one junior class. From Form III onwards, we arrange our classes according to the girls’ abilities so that they are taught at a rate commensurate with their understanding of the concepts. We offer Advanced Programme Mathematics as an optional eighth subject. We also introduce the pupils to the optional Paper 3.
Girls are entered in the Maths Olympiad and currently have 20 seniors and 7 juniors who proceeded to the second round. We also expose the girls to other Mathematics competitions. They have the opportunity to take part in the Tour de Maths which takes place once a month and we currently have one girl in the top five.Before the Form V pupils write their Preliminary Examinations in September, we take them on a weekend revision camp which we have found to be beneficial. Our matric results have been exceptional and, in 2009, 28 of the candidates achieved A symbols for Mathematics and 5 of the 6 candidates who wrote Advanced Programme Mathematics obtained A symbols. Our average for Mathematics was 73% which is 9% higher than the IEB average.