Maori Student Success

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  • Logo in top corner (every page) Roll over of the principles page of our website (KaHikitea) or maybe at start of slide
  • Parent video clip
  • Student giving part of mihi, or group speaking Maori
  • Wordle, photographs, values page of website
  • Photos of the stone fields, Mangere Mt, Old School House, 150 sesquicentennial- collageHape Garden and carvings stuff of Lorraines
  • Student video/voice clip about goall setting and achievement
  • Small box with ero quote Nov 2010Mangere central School is characterised by strong professional leadership, an ongoing commitment to responsive an effective teaching practice and high levels of parent and whānau involvement in their children’s learning. This positive environment supports engagement in learning and, as a result most students achieve at and above national levels of achievement in lteracyand numeracy.
  • Maori Student Success

    1. 1. Culturally Diverse Staff23 %Other
    2. 2. Tënei ka hikitia, tënei ka häpainga Be uplifted and raised on high Ki te tihi o te rangi To the heavens above I kakea ai e täne kia riro mai ai Where Tane sought and received Ko te whakaaronui, ko te wänanga Understanding and knowledge Tënei ka hikitia, tënei ka häpainga Be uplifted and raised on high Ko te koha nui möu, mö te tangata This gift is presented thusPrinciples He mätauranga ka eke ‘Tis knowledge to help achieve He manaakitanga ka tau and care for the future Tënei ka hikitia, tënei ka häpainga Be uplifted and raised on high Te kete nui o te ako This kit of learning Take it and spread the good word tïkina, Horahia ki te motu throughout the land Hei oranga möu, hei oranga mo For what will be of benefit for one will tätau benefit the many Ki te aotüroa In the days ahead Haramai te toki, haumi e! Hui e! täiki e!
    3. 3. Success for Māori as MāoriPresence CultureLanguage IdentityEngagement Achievement
    4. 4. Presence• Strong relationships; community, students, staff• Strong sense of belonging, taku turangawaewae• EAR dedicated support personel• School Family Support Worker• Attendance Officers
    5. 5. Transition toSchool
    6. 6. Language• Learning Languages programmes; Māori, Cook Islands Māori, Samoan, Tongan, Niuean, Fijian, Man darin and NZ Sign Language• All students learning Māori• More intensive programme in Years 7 and 8• Second language learners seen as talented
    7. 7. Culture• Teacher & Support Staff professional development in Mauri Ora and Te Reo Māori• Frequent community consultation, school & Marae based• Community input into school curriculum - link• Values - link
    8. 8. Identity• Local community embedded in school curriculum• Two Whanau Urban Māori – Te Wai o Hua• Relationships• School Environment - link
    9. 9. Engagement• Shared learning goals• Whanau involvement• Opportunities for leadership• 21st Century learning environment - link
    10. 10. Achievement• High expectations• National norms non negotiable• Target setting, sharing, monitoring• 3 Way conferencing• Student voice
    11. 11. Summary Mangere Central School is characterised by strong professional leadership, an ongoing commitment to responsive and effective teaching practice, and high levels of parent and whānauinvolvement in their children’s learning. This positive environment supports engagement in learning and, as a result most studentsachieve at and above national levels of achievement in literacy and numeracy. – ERO Nov 2010 maria@mangerecentral.school.nz lorrainem@mangerecentral.school.nz www.mangerecentral.school.nz

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