1 Kumeroa/Hopelands School          Charter 2012Active, Confident, Life-long Learners
2TABLE OF CONTENTSMISSION STATEMENT                                                            3VISION                    ...
3MISSION STATEMENTTo help students reach their full potential in an environment that is conducive to facingchallenges, co-...
4MAORI ACHIEVEMENT STATEMENTAt Kumeroa/Hopelands School we acknowledge New Zealand‟s cultural diversity and indoing so rec...
5STRATEGIC GOALS 2012-2014   1.   To improve student achievement in literacy   2.   To improve student achievement in math...
6GOAL 3: STUDENTS TO BE CONFIDENT AND CAPABLE USERS OFICTRationale      Information and communication technology (ICT) has...
7LOCAL GOALS & OBJECTIVESNAG 1 - Curriculum      To make literacy and numeracy a priority.      Professional development w...
8NAG 4- Property - Bus      To contract to the MOE for funding.      To review bus runs and employment in accordance with ...
9ANNUAL WRITING TARGETS 2012TARGET FOR RAISING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN WRITINGLinks to Kumeroa-Hopelands School Strategic G...
10Collect and analyse school wide         Term 1 & 4                           Classroom teacherswriting samples.Internal ...
11support in literacy programmes.   SENCO              Teacher Aide Salaries @ $6000                                  Teac...
12ANNUAL READING TARGETS 2012TARGET FOR RAISING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN READINGLinks to Kumeroa-Hopelands School Strategic ...
13         The same data showed 56% at and 28% above.         2012 beginning of year data forYear 4 students shows; 76% ac...
14Purchase and use of Rainbow           Term 1   Principal         3 x Rainbow Reading kits @ $500/kitReading TARP Program...
15ANNUAL MATHEMATICS TARGETS 2012TARGET FOR RAISING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICSLinks to Kumeroa-Hopelands School St...
16Collect and analyse school wide data   Term 1 & 4 and as required      Classroom teachers                   STAR/PAT tes...
17KUMEROA-HOPELANDS SCHOOL REVIEW, REPORTING AND CONSULTATION SCHEDULE2012              Policies and Procedures           ...
18October     Classroom Release Time                Reading Recovery            Relieving TeacherNovember    Complaints   ...
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  1. 1. 1 Kumeroa/Hopelands School Charter 2012Active, Confident, Life-long Learners
  2. 2. 2TABLE OF CONTENTSMISSION STATEMENT 3VISION 3VALUES 3OUR SCHOOL COMMUNITY 3OUR BELIEFS ABOUT TEACHING AND LEARNING 3MAORI ACHIEVEMENT STATEMENT 4LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS WITH FAMILIES AND WHANAU 4STRATEGIC GOALS 2012-2014 5GOAL 1: TO IMPROVE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN LITERACY 5GOAL 2: TO IMPROVE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS 5GOAL 3: STUDENTS TO BE CONFIDENT AND CAPABLE USERS OF ICT 6GOAL 4: TO GOVERN THE SCHOOL EFFECTIVELY 6LOCAL GOALS & OBJECTIVES 7ANNUAL WRITING TARGETS 2012 9ANNUAL READING TARGETS 2012 12ANNUAL MATHEMATICS TARGETS 2012 15KUMEROA-HOPELANDS SCHOOL REVIEW, REPORTING AND CONSULTATIONSCHEDULE 17 Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  3. 3. 3MISSION STATEMENTTo help students reach their full potential in an environment that is conducive to facingchallenges, co-operating with others and competing to achieve.VISIONActive, Confident,Life-long LearnersVALUESOur students will leave with their “SMART” kids backpack. They will have: A positive Self-esteem Motivation to learn A good Attitude, Respect for others and Trust each other.OUR SCHOOL COMMUNITYKumeroa-Hopelands School is a rural primary school situated 10 minutes from Woodvilleand approximately 30 minutes from Palmerston North. The school was formed after aneducation area review resulted in the amalgamation of Kumeroa and Hopelands Schools in1994 and the merger with Kohinui School in 2008. We are a full primary, decile 4 school witha role between 60-70 students, 15% of which are Māori.The school is located in the township of Kumeroa adjacent to the Community Hall, TennisClub and St Andrew‟s Anglican Church. The ManawatuRiver passes to the west of theschool grounds. It has three classrooms, a library and an administration block. A largeadventure playground borders the playing field sheltered by a number of well establishedtrees.Kumeroa School was established in 1884. The name Kumeroa has its roots from the timewhen travellers travelled up the Manawatu River to the Central Hawke‟s Bay. The worstgravel banks and shallows were found in Kumeroa (kume - to pull, roa - long).Today, Kumeroa-Hopelands maintains an open, friendly and welcoming environment forstudents, parents and community, along with a supportive Board of Trustees andcommunity. The school community is active in supporting and fundraising for the schoolproviding resources and opportunities for learning. As a result, the school is well resourced,with an excellent range of teaching and learning resources.OUR BELIEFS ABOUT TEACHING AND LEARNINGWe believe that: All children can learn. We will guide children to set realistic goals and encourage them to achieve their potential through the establishment of learning intentions and success criteria. The school environment will be welcoming, nurturing and will operate under an umbrella of mutual respect. Meeting individual needs will be reflected in school and classroom programmes. Collaboration and teamwork at all levels will form the basis for ongoing and future school developments. Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  4. 4. 4MAORI ACHIEVEMENT STATEMENTAt Kumeroa/Hopelands School we acknowledge New Zealand‟s cultural diversity and indoing so recognise the unique position of Māori as tangatawhenua. The school will provideopportunities that support its students‟ in Te Reo and Tikanga Māori.At Kumeroa-Hopelands School we have high expectations for all students and theireducational progress and achievement. Achievement of Māori students is reported regularlyto the Board and we will continue to ensure that Māori can effectively enjoy educationalsuccess as Māori.A range of opportunities are currently provided: Weekly Te Reo programme for all students Established KapaHaka performance group Scheduled Marae visits Tātaiako cultural competencies integrated into teacher performance management process Professional learning and development opportunities for teachers through their participation in the classroom Te Reo lessonsKumeroa-Hopelands School is actively looking at ways to increase knowledge,understanding and use of Te Reo and Tikanga Māori for students, staff and the schoolcommunity. It seeks to: Regularly consult with the Māori community as part of its ongoing review To engage and involve whānau through school community events Develop a Board portfolio for the oversight of things Māori Resign the whole school in bilingual signage Further develop curriculum contexts for learning focusing on Tikanga Māori Engage in professional learning and development opportunities to deepen staff and Board understanding of things Māori.LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS WITH FAMILIES AND WHANAUStaff, Families and Whanau at Kumeroa/Hopelands School place high priority on thefollowing: Ensuring children have a safe, stable, loving environment. Ensuring children have good nutrition and rest. Encouraging children in increasing self-reliance and positive peer relationships. Ensuring that children attend school and showing an interest in children‟s schooling. Giving lots of praise and encouragement as children learn about their world. Helping children to think about and explore challenging possibilities for their further education. Sharing ideas and guidance to assist children‟s learning. Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  5. 5. 5STRATEGIC GOALS 2012-2014 1. To improve student achievement in literacy 2. To improve student achievement in mathematics 3. Students to be confident and capable users of ICT 4. To govern the school effectivelyGOAL 1: TO IMPROVE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN LITERACYRationale Learning to read and write is a complex, cumulative process. Students build on their existing expertise and use their developing knowledge and skillsin different ways. There are skills, knowledge and attitudes that students must develop in order to read and write the texts that will enable them to engage with all learning areas of the curriculum (Reading and Writing Standards for years 1-8, p. 8-9).Actions Robust data gathering, analysis and next steps for individuals and cohort groups (year levels, classes, gender, ethnicity) Ongoing review of literacy learning programmes and student achievement Regular reporting of achievement data and next steps to Board Literacy school wide and personal goals integral to teacher‟s Performance Management plan Targeted professional learning aligned to goals and student need Targeted purchasing of resources aligned to goals and student need Targeted use of teacher aide to support enhanced learning in reading and writing Moderating analysis of student learning for school wide consistency of teacher judgment Management unit for SENCO responsibilitiesGOAL 2: TO IMPROVE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICSRationale Current data about the numeracy of adults in the workforce gives cause for concern. Significant proportions of New Zealand students in the upper primary years do not currently meet the expectations. Unless this situation is addressed, many of these students will not achieve in mathematics at a level that is adequate to meet the demands of their adult lives (Mathematics Standards for years 1-8, p. 6).Actions Robust data gathering, analysis and next steps for individuals and cohort groups (year levels, classes, gender, ethnicity) Ongoing review of numeracy and mathematics learning programmes and student achievement Regular reporting of achievement data and next steps to Board Mathematics school wide and personal goals integral to teacher‟s Performance Management plan Targeted professional learning aligned to goals and student need Targeted purchasing of resources aligned to goals and student need Targeted use of teacher aide to support enhanced learning in maths Moderating analysis of student learning for school wide consistency of teacher judgment Management unit for SENCO responsibilities Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  6. 6. 6GOAL 3: STUDENTS TO BE CONFIDENT AND CAPABLE USERS OFICTRationale Information and communication technology (ICT) has a major impact on the world in which young people live. Similarly, e-learning (that is, learning supported by or facilitated by ICT) has considerable potential to support the teaching approaches outlined in the above section.Schools should explore not only how ICT can supplement traditional ways of teaching but also how it can open up new and different ways of learning (The New Zealand Curriculum, p. 36).Actions Continued participation in the Mantar ICTPD Cluster Te Kids (student leadership in ICT) programme maintained Review current capability, understanding and infrastructure using the eLearning Planning Framework. Develop 3 year eLearning Strategic Plan with associated yearly action plans Updating Computer and Internet Use Agreements policy and procedure Targeted professional learning aligned to strategic goals and plan Targeted purchasing aligned to strategic goals and plan eLearning school wide and personal goals integral to teacher‟s Performance Management planGOAL 4: TO GOVERN THE SCHOOL EFFECTIVELYRationale The Board accepts the responsibility to ensure the school runs well for the benefit of the students‟ education. To accomplish this, the Kumeroa-Hopelands School Board need to ensure that the correct and adequate resources are available to the staff to enable them to teach the students to the very best of their ability. These resources include current learning materials and equipment, relevant staff development, well maintained property and sound management processes guided by the school strategy and vision (adapted from NZSTA Trustee Handbook, p. 6).Actions Schedule for policy and procedure review confirmed Community consultation timeline created Curriculum reporting timetable agreed upon Monitoring of student achievement in relation to the National Standards with an emphasis on Māori and students with special learning needs Developing programmes to target identified learning needs Improved system implemented for managing and monitoring finances 10 year property plan reviewed and updated Regular health and safety checks Ongoing provision of quality resources for teaching and learning Implementation of all National Education Goals through learning and teaching programmes, school administration and strategy. Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  7. 7. 7LOCAL GOALS & OBJECTIVESNAG 1 - Curriculum To make literacy and numeracy a priority. Professional development will focus on school, staff and students‟ needs. A broad-based school curriculum will be implemented focusing on the Inquiry Learning approach, which will ensure e-Learning, Science, Health, Social Studies & PE are considered in our goals. The key competencies will be integrated into all aspects of the classroom and school programmes. Individual needs will be catered for. Behaviour management will be consistent, fair and transparent. Student Learning Intentions and Success Criteria will be clearly articulated by students and teachers as part of the learning process. Assessment & reporting on students to determine level of achievement, how they relate to National Standards & next learning steps will be part of the learning process. Targets for improving student achievement will be set annually. Te Reo Māori and Tikanga Maori will be integrated into all curriculum areas.NAG 2- Self Review Strategic planning will provide future direction in all NAGs. Self Review in policy content, curriculum delivery, student achievement & staff appraisal will identify strengths and weaknesses to provide the basis for strategic planning. We will report to parents twice a year in writing using plain language in relation to National Standards. We will report on school strengths and identified areas for improvement, the basis for identifying areas for improvements and planned actions for lifting achievement in the Board‟s Annual Report. We will report on the numbers and proportions of students at, above, below or well below the standards, including by Māori, Pasifika and by gender and how students are progressing against the standards as well as how they are achieving in the Board‟s Annual Report.NAG 3- Personnel Staff will have a desire to work within the school culture reflecting the shared values and beliefs about teaching and learning. Staff will be learners themselves. Staff will be appointed according to policy and job descriptions developed accordingly. BOT members will undertake training according to their portfolios of responsibility.NAG 4- Finance To meet statutory audit requirements. To provide financial resources to achieve school priorities. To monitor spending against budget and future developments.NAG 4- Property To ensure property is maintained. To develop and implement capital development according to the 10 Year Property plan. Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  8. 8. 8NAG 4- Property - Bus To contract to the MOE for funding. To review bus runs and employment in accordance with funding available.NAG 5- Health and Safety To ensure the school environment is positive and welcoming as well as safe and healthy.NAG 6 - Legislation Meet compliance issues in regard to general legislation. Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  9. 9. 9ANNUAL WRITING TARGETS 2012TARGET FOR RAISING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN WRITINGLinks to Kumeroa-Hopelands School Strategic Goals: Goal 1: To improve student achievement in literacy Goal 3: Students to be confident and capable users of ICT Goal 4: To govern the school effectivelyStrategic Objectives: To make literacy and numeracy a priority. Professional development will focus on school, staff and students‟ needs. The key competencies will be integrated into all aspects of the classroom and school programmes. Individual needs will be catered for. Student Learning Intentions and Success Criteria will be clearly articulated by students and teachers as part of the learning process. Assessment & reporting on students to determine level of achievement, how they relate to National Standards & next learning steps will be part of the learning process.Curriculum Area: Beliefs from our Charter that we aim for in our teaching and learning: English All children can learn.Key Competencies: We will guide children to set realistic goals and encourage them to Thinking achieve their potential through the establishment of learning Relating to Others intentions and success criteria. Using Language, Symbols and Texts Meeting individual needs will be reflected in school and classroom Managing Self programmes. Participating and ContributingAnnual Aims: Review the planning and delivery of writing programmes at Kumeroa-Hopelands School Further develop the Kumeroa-Hopelands School Writing Matrix for school wide consistent analysis of student writing Monitor achievement data for all students and cohort groups including gender, Māori and students with special needs Embed the characteristics of formative practice into all writing teaching and learning Increase the number of students achieving at or above the National Standard for Writing Use ICTs to support the teaching and learning of writing2012 Annual Achievement Targets: 1. To increase the number of students achieving at or above the National Standard for Writing by the end of 2012. 2. To ensure all students make progress towards being at or above the National Standard for Writing by the end of 2012.Baseline Data: Analysis of the 2011 end of year writing data showed that 32% of Year 4-8 students were achieving below or well below the National Standard for Writing The same data showed 23% achieving at the National Standard and 46% above.Planned Actions Timing Responsibility Resourcing
  10. 10. 10Collect and analyse school wide Term 1 & 4 Classroom teacherswriting samples.Internal moderation of writing Term 1 & 4 and ongoing as required Principal, Classroom teachers Kumeroa-Hopelands School Writingsamples against Kumeroa- MatrixHopelands School WritingMatrix/National Standards for WritingCluster moderation of writing Term 2 and 4 Small Schools Cluster Principals National Standards for Writingsamples against National Standards Classroom Teachers Release for moderation sessions.for Writing Lead teacher of Literacy TravelDevelop leveled exemplars of Ongoing Lead teacher of Literacystudent writing for use in teaching Classroom Teachersand learning PrincipalReporting to BOT of achievement in Term 1 and 4 PrincipalwritingStaff meetings focused on the Ongoing Principal Massey CED AtoL Facilitator @analysis of data and the delivery of $1000teaching and learning programmesStaff meetings focused on unpacking Ongoing Principalthe National Standards Writing Literacy Lead TeacherExemplars and moderation.Individual teacher goal setting in Term 1 and ongoing monitoring Principalliteracy Classroom teachersDevelop Professional Inquiry into Term 1 and ongoing Principal Teaching as Inquiry Facilitator @Practice as part of Performance Classroom teachers $1000Management PlanReview current curriculum statement Term 2 Principaland guidelines for the teaching andlearning of writing.Writing „Learning Walks‟ Term 2 and 3 Principalobservations to monitor writingprogrammes in practice.Purchase and trial use Key Links Ongoing Fantails Classroom Teacher Key Links Writing Programme Kit @Writing Programme $700Participation in MANTAR ICTPD All year Principal Release and Travel as per 2012cluster to develop understanding of eLearning Lead Teacher MANTAR ICTPD Contract Variationusing ICTs to support literacyprogrammes.Maintain high level of teacher aide Ongoing Principal Management Unit @ $4000/pa Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  11. 11. 11support in literacy programmes. SENCO Teacher Aide Salaries @ $6000 Teacher Aides Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  12. 12. 12ANNUAL READING TARGETS 2012TARGET FOR RAISING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN READINGLinks to Kumeroa-Hopelands School Strategic Goals: Goal 1: To improve student achievement in literacy Goal 3: Students to be confident and capable users of ICT Goal 4: To govern the school effectivelyStrategic Objectives: To make literacy and numeracy a priority. Professional development will focus on school, staff and students‟ needs. The key competencies will be integrated into all aspects of the classroom and school programmes. Individual needs will be catered for. Student Learning Intentions and Success Criteria will be clearly articulated by students and teachers as part of the learning process. Assessment & reporting on students to determine level of achievement, how they relate to National Standards & next learning steps will be part of the learning process.Curriculum Area: Beliefs from our Charter that we aim for in our teaching and learning: English All children can learn.Key Competencies: We will guide children to set realistic goals and encourage them to Thinking achieve their potential through the establishment of learning Relating to Others intentions and success criteria. Using Language, Symbols and Texts Meeting individual needs will be reflected in school and classroom Managing Self programmes. Participating and ContributingAnnual Aims: Review the planning and delivery of reading programmes at Kumeroa-Hopelands School Monitor achievement data for all students and cohort groups including gender, Māori and students with special needs Initiate targeted programmes and support for students not achieving at or above the National Standard for Mathematics Increase the number of students achieving at or above the National Standard for Reading Targeted resourcing of reading material to support reading programmes Embed the characteristics of formative practice into all reading teaching and learning Use ICTs to support the teaching and learning of reading2012 Annual Achievement Targets: 1. To increase the number of Year 4 Students reading at or above the National Standard for Reading by the end of 2012 2. To increase the total number of students achieving at or above the National Standard for Reading by the end of 2012. 3. To ensure all students make progress towards being at or above the National Standard for Reading by the end of 2012.Baseline Data: Analysis of the 2011 end of year STAR (Supplementary Test of Achievement in Reading) data for Years 3-8 showed that 16% of students were achieving below expectation. Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  13. 13. 13 The same data showed 56% at and 28% above. 2012 beginning of year data forYear 4 students shows; 76% achieving below expectation (Stanine 1, 2 or 3) in PAT Reading Vocabulary, 50% below expectation (Stanine 1, 2 or 3) in PAT Reading Comprehension, and, 63% achieving below expectations (Stanine 1, 2 or 3) in STAR.Planned Actions Timing Responsibility ResourcingCollect and analyse school wide data Term 1 & 4 and as required Classroom teachers STAR/PAT tests @ $300in reading: Principal NZCER Online marking Site @ Year 1-2: Running records, 6 $300/pa Year Nets, Alphabet and basic word recognition Year 3-8: STAR, PAT Reading Comp & Vocab, running records.Reporting to BOT of achievement in Term 1 and 4 PrincipalwritingStaff meetings focused on the Ongoing Principal Massey CED AtoL Facilitator @analysis of data and the delivery of $1000teaching and learning programmes.Staff meetings focused on unpacking Ongoing PrincipalNational Standards Reading Literacy Lead Teacherexemplars and moderation.Individual teacher goal setting in Term 1 and ongoing monitoring Principalliteracy Classroom teachersParticipation in MANTAR ICTPD All year Principal Release and Travel as per 2012cluster to develop understanding of eLearning Lead Teacher Contract Variationusing ICTs to support literacyprogrammes.Develop Professional Inquiry into Term 1 and ongoing Principal Teaching as Inquiry Facilitator @Practice as part Performance Classroom teachers $1000Management Plan.Review current curriculum statement Term 2 Principaland guidelines for the teaching andlearning of reading.Writing „Learning Walks‟ Term 2 and 3 Principalobservations to monitor readingprogrammes in practice.Maintain high level of teacher aide Ongoing Principal Management Unit @ $4000/pasupport in literacy programmes. SENCO Teacher Aide Salaries @ $6000 Teacher Aides Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  14. 14. 14Purchase and use of Rainbow Term 1 Principal 3 x Rainbow Reading kits @ $500/kitReading TARP Programme with Teacher Aideassociated training for teacher andteacher aide. Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  15. 15. 15ANNUAL MATHEMATICS TARGETS 2012TARGET FOR RAISING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICSLinks to Kumeroa-Hopelands School Strategic Goals: Goal 2: To improve student achievement in mathematics Goal 3: Students to be confident and capable users of ICT Goal 4: To govern the school effectivelyStrategic Objectives: To make literacy and numeracy a priority. Professional development will focus on school, staff and students‟ needs. The key competencies will be integrated into all aspects of the classroom and school programmes. Individual needs will be catered for. Student Learning Intentions and Success Criteria will be clearly articulated by students and teachers as part of the learning process. Assessment & reporting on students to determine level of achievement, how they relate to National Standards & next learning steps will be part of the learning process.Curriculum Area: Beliefs from our Charter that we aim for in our teaching and learning: Mathematics/Numeracy All children can learn.Key Competencies: We will guide children to set realistic goals and encourage them to Thinking achieve their potential through the establishment of learning Relating to Others intentions and success criteria. Using Language, Symbols and Texts Meeting individual needs will be reflected in school and classroom Managing Self programmes. Participating and ContributingAnnual Aims: Review the planning and delivery of numeracy and mathematics programmes at Kumeroa-Hopelands School Monitor achievement data for all students and cohort groups including gender, Māori and students with special needs Initiate targeted programmes and support for students not achieving at or above the National Standard for Mathematics Increase the number of students achieving at or above the National Standard for Mathematics Embed the characteristics of formative practice into all mathematics teaching and learning Use ICTs to support the teaching and learning of mathematics2012 Annual Achievement Targets: 1. To increase the number of students achieving at or above the National Standard for Mathematics by the end of 2012. 2. To ensure all students make progress towards being at or above the National Standard for Mathematics by the end of 2012.Baseline Data: The analysis of the 2011 end of year numeracy testing showed that 45% of Year 3-8 students were achieving below or well below the National Standard for Mathematics. The same data showed 30% achieving at the National Standard and 26% above.Planned Actions Timing Responsibility Resourcing Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  16. 16. 16Collect and analyse school wide data Term 1 & 4 and as required Classroom teachers STAR/PAT tests @ $300in maths: Principal NZCER Online marking Site @ Year 1-2: Numeracy Profiles $300/pa Year 3-8: IKAN, GLOSS, PAT Maths.Reporting to BOT of achievement in Term 1 and 4 PrincipalmathematicsStaff meetings focused on the Ongoing Principalanalysis of data and the delivery ofmathematics teaching and learningprogrammes.Staff meetings focused on unpacking Ongoing Principalthe National Standards Mathematics Numeracy Lead TeacherExemplars and moderation.Individual teacher goal setting in Term 1 and ongoing monitoring Principalmathematics Classroom teachersDevelop Professional Inquiry into Term 1 and ongoing Principal Teaching as Inquiry Facilitator @Practice as part of Performance Classroom teachers $1000Management PlanReview current curriculum statement Term 2 Principaland guidelines for the teaching and Numeracy Lead Teacherlearning of maths.Maintain high level of teacher aide Ongoing Principal Management Unit @ $4000/pasupport in maths programmes. SENCO Teacher Aide Salaries @ $6000 Teacher AidesNumeracy „Learning Walks‟ Term 2 and 3 Principalobservations to monitor numeracyprogrammes in practice.+-Attendance at PRT Numeracy Term 1 Fantails/Tui classroom teachers Registration @ $95Course Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  17. 17. 17KUMEROA-HOPELANDS SCHOOL REVIEW, REPORTING AND CONSULTATION SCHEDULE2012 Policies and Procedures Curriculum Achievement Reports Community ConsultationFebruaryMarch Complaints Religious EducationApril Evacuation Reading Reporting to Parents Sun Smart Writing Enrolment Pre School VisitsMay Performance Appraisal Mathematics School UniformJune Special Needs Religious Education Reading RecoveryJuly LEOTC Achievement in relation to National Homework Head Lice StandardsAugust Assessment and Evaluation of Pupils Te Reo Vision/Beliefs/Strategic Direction Reporting to Parents/CaregiversSeptember Civil Defence SENCO Vision/Beliefs/Strategic Direction for MāoriOctober Religious Education Reading RecoveryNovember Behaviour Management Charter Staff Dealing with Incidents Achievement in relation to National StandardsDecember Staff Professional Development Teacher Inquiry Charter/Annual Goals2013 Policies and Procedures Curriculum Achievement Reports Community ConsultationFebruary Self-reviewMarch Consultation with Community Reading School Camp/LEOTC Writing PREP ProductionApril Treaty of Waitangi/Taha Māori MathematicsMay Curriculum Delivery SENCO Māori/whānauJune Withdrawal of Students from ClassJuly Equal Employment Opportunties Achievement in relation to National Computer and Internet Equity Standards Use/CybersafetyAugust Protected DisclosuresSeptember Appointments eLearning Behaviour Management Code of Conduct Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012
  18. 18. 18October Classroom Release Time Reading Recovery Relieving TeacherNovember Complaints Achievement in relation to National Charter/Annual Goals Computer and Internet Standards Use/CybersafetyDecember BoT Meeting Teacher Inquiry2014 Policies and Procedures Curriculum Achievement Reports Community ConsultationFebruary Financial Management Theft and FraudMarch Property Reading Sport/Active Schools WritingApril Alcohol and Recreational Drugs MathematicsMay School Bus Policy Library eLearning School Bus Safety Bus EvacuationJune School Bus Schedule of Maintenance Casual Bus DrivingJuly Medical Treatment Achievement in relation to National Vision/Beliefs/Strategic Direction Contact with Blood/Body Fluids StandardsAugust Asthma Management SENCO Vision/Beliefs/Strategic Direction for Pandemic Planning MāoriSeptember Privacy Inquiry LearningOctober Child Protection Reading RecoveryNovember Child Allegations Against Employees Achievement in relation to National Charter StandardsDecember Sexual Harassment Teacher Inquiry Charter/Annual Goals Kumeroa-Hopelands School Charter 2012

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