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Engaging parents, whānau, and community

This is a summary of research, which confirms that parents, whānau, and the community play an important role in children’s attitudes towards school and in helping teachers to better understand their students.

Charters and Analysis of Variance and Reporting: Guidance for schools using National Standards

This document is for schools with students in years 1 to 8 that use The New Zealand Curriculum. It provides suggestions and examples about how your board can: develop the strategic and annual planning sections of your charter; analyse different types of student achievement information to set targets; report your student progress and achievement, including information on how to report on students with special education needs, English language learners, and gifted and talented students; and develop and report your analysis of variance.

Mangere East students can’t get enough of “Bobbie” maths

This article looks at an initiative of the Pasifika Success Project where maths is taught in a Pasifika context at Mangere East School.

Leading inquiry at a teacher level: It’s all about mentorship

This article is from Set: Research information for teachers. It is a well-grounded, practice-informed look at conditions that support teachers to be learners when they inquire into their practice. The importance of strong leadership is emphasised.

Getting started with self-review

This self-review guide is part of the Inclusive Practices Toolkit. Is has been designed to support schools to engage in a review process.

Principles and levels of self-review

The Educational Leaders website provides an explanation of the forms and levels of effective self-review

This is a Ministry of Education initiative

Building a world-leading education system that equips all New Zealanders with the knowledge, skills, and values to be successful citizens in the 21st century.