I think we are not in the same country, so I don't know what's covered by "maths 1" and "maths 2". But for the physics program, you are going to be most dependent on standard differential and integral calculus, and to a lesser extent on elementary linear algebra. That means you should be comfortable with trig and stuff, and the other topics you mention sound like a standard USA precalculus course.
But what I think is that you should get hold of a used first-year university physics textbook, and just start working through it, doing all the exercises. If you get stuck for math reasons, that will be a message that you should go and review that math topic. But let the needs of the physics problems be your guide to what areas to revisit.