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1905 Strategic Plan Progress Report - 17 May 2019

17 May 2019

Strategic Plan Progress Report



Strategic Plan 2019

Progress Report - May 2019

Foster te reo me nga tikanga

  • MAC - Maori Achievement Collaborative information and ideas are shared by the Principal and other staff who may attend this pd

  • BOT report – Te Reo

  • Maori / Learning Languages

  • Schoolwide Karakia / Himene daily

  • Using staff, students and community

  • Principal attendance at Aka Tokerau Hui

  • MLF for teachers who are confident in working towards and or achieving Level 3

  • Continue to develop the PB4L Values - Manaakitanga, Whanaungatanga, Rangatiratanga, Kotahitanga

  • Unfortunately due to other commitments MAC meetings and pd has been overlooked this year to date

  • BOT report – Te Reo

  • Maori / Learning Languages

  • Schoolwide Karakia / Himene daily

  • Using strength within staff, students and community

  • Principal attendance at Aka Tokerau Hui

  • MLF for teachers who are confident in working towards and or achieving Level 3

  • Continue to develop the PB4L Values - Manaakitanga, Whanaungatanga, Rangatiratanga, Kotahitanga

  • Relationship Based Learning pd

  • Syndicate planned learning

  • Offering two Level 3 MLF classes

  • Workshops being offered at Te Arahura Huihuinga

Deliver the curriculum through stimulating, challenging, learner focused and enjoyable programmes

  • Continue to investigate and develop ideas and programmes gained from previous pd : inquiry, literacy and numeracy

  • Continue to seek other pd opportunities that will target needs such as oral language development

  • Continue EOTC budget so that classes can visit places of interest

  • Continue to be involved in Triathlon events, camps

  • Visit local Marae to support Term 1 topic around Whakawhanaungatanga

  • ICT programmes will be sourced for reading, writing and numeracy.

  • Clubs such as gardening club, kapa haka, unicycling, music club, ukulele and choir will be run

  • Summer programmes such as Swimsafe will occur

  • Walkthroughs will identify areas where teachers can make their programmes more exciting and be encouraged to share ideas with others

  • Opportunity for sharing of exciting programmes to encourage others to replicate or trial at appropriate meetings

  • Sharing expertise, ideas, pd  via Te Arahura Kahui Ako

  • Continue to investigate and develop ideas and programmes gained from previous pd : inquiry, literacy and numeracy

  • Continue to seek other pd opportunities that will target needs such as oral language development

  • Continue EOTC budget so that classes can visit places of interest

  • Continue to be involved in Triathlon events, camps

  • Visit local Marae to support Term 1 topic around Whakawhanaungatanga

  • ICT programmes will be sourced for reading, writing and numeracy.

  • Clubs such as gardening club, kapa haka, music club, ukulele and dance will be run. Participation in Nukes Ukes performance

  • Programmes such as Swimsafe, St Johns  will occur

  • Being involved in the Duffy Books in Homes programme

  • Walkthroughs will identify areas where teachers can make their programmes more exciting and be encouraged to share ideas with others

  • Opportunity for sharing of exciting programmes to encourage others to replicate or trial at appropriate meetings

  • Sharing expertise, ideas, pd  via Te Arahura Kahui Ako

  • Within School Teachers inquiry within Te Arahura

  • Collection of voice through RBL pd

Increased use of Information Communication Technology

  • The school will keep up to date with developments in ICT as our budget allows.

  • Effective, appropriate resources will be purchased to support all classroom programmes

  • ICT Unit holders will be responsible for ensuring staff queries re apps etc are continued and actioned

  • Syndicate Leaders will agenda as appropriate to share/discuss/action any ICT opportunities

  • The school will keep up to date with developments in ICT as our budget allows.

  • Effective, appropriate resources will be purchased to support all classroom programmes

  • New Era  will be responsible for ensuring staff queries re apps etc are continued and actioned

  • Syndicate Leaders will agenda as appropriate to share/discuss/action any ICT opportunities

Ensure the school is staffed and resourced to achieve student’s academic potential

  • Staffing of classes is appropriate to need

  • Resourcing is purchased adequately and appropriately to need

  • Senior Leaders are aware of individual Syndicate classroom levels so that staffing and resourcing is being used well and appropriately

  • Planning and programmes will be shared with Syndicate Leaders regularly and shared as appropriate with other team/ staff members

  • Staffing of classes is appropriate to need

  • Resourcing is purchased adequately and appropriately to need

  • Senior Leaders are aware of individual Syndicate classroom levels so that staffing and resourcing is being used well and appropriately

  • Planning and programmes will be shared with Syndicate Leaders regularly and shared as appropriate with other team/ staff members

Ensure quality professional development is provided to support needs

  • Sufficient budgeted for teaching staff development and support staff development.

  • PD identified through walkthroughs 2018 goals, nation-wide initiatives and appraisal meetings

  • Schoolwide / Syndicate assessment information informs decisions regarding PD

  • Sufficient budgeted for teaching staff development and support staff development.

  • PD identified through walkthroughs 2019 goals, nation-wide initiatives and appraisal meetings

  • Schoolwide / Syndicate assessment information informs decisions regarding PD

Foster the partnership between the school and the wider community

  • Te Arahura Kahui Ako

  • Gala Day

  • Whanau Hui

  • Kaikohe Business Association

  • Ukulele lessons

  • Dance lessons

  • Takiwa Hui

  • Rotary presentations and attendance

  • School Garden to table

  • Northtec using school garden area for courses

  • Facebook page

  • New World support and sponsorship

  • Parent involvement encouraged around:

    • Sports

    • Class support

    • Camps

    • Fund raising

    • Whanau Survey

    • Rotary Speech Competition

    • Weetbix Tryathlon

    • Clubs programme

  • Te Arahura Kahui Ako

  • Te Arahura Panui

  • Riding for the disabled

  • Whanau Fun Day

  • Whanau Hui

  • Matariki Celebration

  • Kaikohe Business Association

  • Ukulele lessons

  • Dance lessons

  • The Mill Boxing Gym-Poutama

  • Takiwa Hui

  • Meet and Greet with the Warriors Rugby League Team

  • Akau Futures-Poutama doing community creative design.

  • Rotary presentations and attendance

  • School Garden to table

  • Invitation to be involved in Manu Korero at Northland College in June

  • Northtec using school garden area for courses(yet to start in 2019)

  • Facebook page

  • Seesaw

  • New World support and sponsorship

  • Parent involvement encouraged around:

    • Sports

    • Class support

    • Camps

    • Fund raising

    • Whanau Survey

    • Rotary Speech Competition

    • Weetbix Tryathlon

    • Clubs programme

    • Relationship Based Learning