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  1. Methodology

    ERO visited schools involved in Year 9 Plus in Terms 1 and 2, 2016, and again in Term 4, 2016. Appendix 1 includes a list of the both nominating and participating schools and when ERO visited them for this evaluation.Evaluation framework for Terms 1 and 2ERO's evaluative question for Terms 1 and 2, 2016 was: How well has the Year 9 Plus concept been understood and implemented by schools to the end of May 2016? To investigate this question ERO used four investigative themes when visiting schools,...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/year-9-plus-2016-the-first-year-year-9/methodology/

  2. Appendix 7: References

    Carmen, B., Waycott, L. & Smith, K. (2011). Rock Up: An initiative supporting students' wellbeing in their transition to secondary school. Melbourne: MacKillop Family Services.Education Review Office, (2012). Evaluation at a Glance: Transitions from primary to secondary school. Wellington: Education Review Office.Education Review Office, (2015). Raising Student Achievement through Targeted Actions. Wellington: Education Review Office.Education Review Office (2016a). Effective School Evaluati...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/year-9-plus-2016-the-first-year-year-9/appendix-7-references/

  3. Measuring performance

    Measuring performanceQuality of education reports and servicesERO posts its reports on system-wide performance and issues on its website. It also provides copies of selected reports directly to schools and services. For reports of particular interest, ERO issues media releases and conducts media interviews. It also shares and discusses report findings with education sector groups at regular liaison meetings, conferences and workshops.ERO discusses draft national evaluation findings on system-lev...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/annual-report-201617/measuring-performance/

  4. Executive Summary

    What is Year 9 Plus?Year 9 Plus is an educational concept developed by the Ministry of Education (the Ministry) to improve the chances of educational success of one cohort of participating students, and better their future life opportunities.A champion, employed by the Ministry and with strong contacts in the local community, works alongside each student and their whānau, to support them and their school in actions aimed at keeping them at school, and progressing and achieving.Champions' suppor...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/year-9-plus-2016-the-first-year-year-9/executive-summary/

  5. Schools and kura with international students

    For schools and kura with international students, ERO evaluates the overall quality of education provided for international students. This includes an audit of the schools’ self-review of policies and processes that give effect to the Education (Pastoral Care for International Students) Code of Practice 2016 undertaken on behalf of the Code Administrator, the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. ERO focuses on the overall quality of provision for international students, their pastoral care, t...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/how-ero-reviews/ero-reviews-of-schools-and-kura/schools-and-kura-with-international-students/

  6. Collaboration to improve learner outcomes

    The Government introduced its Investing in Educational Success policy in 2014 with the aim of raising student achievement by promoting effective collaboration between schools and strengthening the alignment of education pathways. The policy provided for new leadership and teaching roles in and across schools and for the deployment of expert partners, both academic and practitioner.It is expected that up to 250 Communities of Learning | Kāhui Ako will be in place by 2017, with the leaders of eac...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/communities-of-learning-kahui-ako-collaboration-to-improve-learner-outcomes/collaboration-to-improve-learner-outcomes/

  7. Appendix 1: Year 9 Plus - schools, champions and numbers of students

    Figure 12 lists the schools at which Year 9 Plus students are enrolled (May 2016). It also indicates which champions have allocated students attending each school.Figure 12: Year 9 Plus nominating and participating schools School name Nominating or participating school Terms 1 & 2, 2016   Term 4, 2016 ERO return time (years) Number ofYear 9 Plus students  Number of championsallocated to work withstudents at this school Gisborne Intermediate School N     3     Hatea-A-Rangi Sc...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/year-9-plus-2016-the-first-year-year-9/appendix-1-year-9-plus-schools-champions-and-numbers-of-students/

  8. Appendix 1: Approved ITE providers 2016

     Appendix 1: Approved ITE providers 2016 ITE Provider Sector Current qualifications   Te Pū Wānanga o Anamata Primary Bachelor Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Primary Bachelor The University of Auckland   ECE   Bachelor Graduate Diploma Primary   Bachelor Graduate Diploma Master's Secondary Bachelor of Physical Education Graduate Diploma Postgraduate Diploma (Field based) Master's Auckland University of Technology              ECE ...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/newly-graduated-teachers-preparation-and-confidence-to-teach/appendix-1-approved-ite-providers-2016/

  9. Appendix 6: Sharing with parents and whānau

    ERO has shared the following information with the parents and whānau of students participating in Year 9 Plus.Year 9 Plus 2016 - The 2016 learning journeyThree steps towards student engagement and success: Key findingsERO found there were three groups amongst the Year 9 Plus students:1. Initial steps (the largest group of students)What does success look like for the students who were in this group? getting to school more often staying at school the whole year being more settled in class and p...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/year-9-plus-2016-the-first-year-year-9/appendix-6-sharing-with-parents-and-whanau/