2015 Analysis of Variance
Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini
(The combined efforts of many are needed to complete a project.)
Our School Charter guides the Board of Trustees, Principal, Teachers and in fact the whole community, in the work we do, to make improved outcomes for students the highest priority in everything we do.
The charter, and the planning and reporting that stems from it, is intended to ensure a culture of continuous improvement based on an annual process of self-review. Through this planning, the Board, Principal and staff work together to:
- gather comprehensive information about student achievement
- identify specific areas for improvement
- implement programmes to lift performance
- report on progress each year.
Each year school boards are required to lodge a copy of their charter with the Ministry of Education. The charter document is made up of the following sections:
- Introduction: Containing the school’s vision, mission statement and values
- Strategic: The Boards 3 – 5 year broad aims/goals.
- Annual: Current year’s aims/goals, targets for improving outcomes and planned actions.
As part of this on-going process our 2015 annual targets have been reviewed and an Analysis of Variance Report has been completed. From this analysis we are able to formulate our 2016 Annual Targets. The 2015 Analysis of Variance Report is attached for our school community and your questions or comments regarding this report are most welcome. You can read the full 2015 Analysis of Variance here – 2015 Analysis of Variance
Innovative Learning Space
You may have heard through the grapevine that our new Innovative Learning Space has been completed during the school holidays and you would be correct! You can check out the build project of the middle block here.
Alternatively, if you’d like to have a sneak peak at the completed classrooms, here is a quick video showing you the two classrooms that use to be the our library. Through the closed doors you can see the refurbished artroom that completes the three-cell block. View the short video here.
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