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  • Inquiry Processes at Te Pahu School Observable changes
    • Planning is becoming more of a collaborative exercise
    • We are learning to look for and plan for connections between classes / whole school / within a topic or idea
    • eg Recycling
    • Frequent professional discussions in
      • Staff meetings
      • Syndicate meetings
      • Management meetings
      • BOT meetings
      • ‘ Discretionary time’
      • Student / parent / teacher conferences
      • Parent survey
    • Our planning, teaching, assessment and reporting processes have needed review to represent the changes we are making in learning and teaching
      • Onus on self assessment
      • Student lead conferences
      • Our survey showed high level of acceptance but the need for a parent ‘education’ evening
    • MOE Targets are related to student self assessment using criteria (WALT / HWIK, Rubric, Learning Intention, Matrix, ….) The common theme is that the student is being made aware of what success / quality learning looks like
    • We reviewed our budget and ‘reclaimed’ finances (Along with a grant) so that we could purchase a data projector to be mounted in each classroom
    • Professional development has been focussed as a ‘whole school’ focus.
      • We are all attending ulearnz
      • There is a shared enthusiasm for PD that builds on our journey (Pam Hook on Questioning, Georgette Jenson on Rubrics
    • Our task now is to continue to explore the possibilities of using inquiry processes in meaningful ways in student / teacher learning and come to some agreed understanding of a process from Y1 to Y8.
    • ie To develop “From the New Zealand Curriculum to School Curriculum”