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  1. Methodology

    ERO gathered information from school leaders, guidance counsellors and students via online surveys on during Term 1, 2013. School leaders and guidance counsellors at all schools receiving the Guidance Staffing Entitlement were invited by email to complete a survey. Students were invited to complete the survey through the Ministry of Youth Development youth database. Respondents were not asked to state their school or any other identifying factors.The responses from each group were: 91 students 1...

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  2. National Report Summary - Guidance and counselling in schools survey findings

    The Prime Minister’s Youth Mental Health Project aims to improve the mental health of young people aged 12 to 19 years. One initiative is a national evaluation of the current provision of guidance and counselling in schools. This will contribute to an evidence base for the Ministry of Education’s policy and programme development to improve the quality of guidance and counselling for young people in schools.This report from ERO presents the findings from phase one of a two-phase evaluation. T...

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  3. National Summary Report Improving guidance and counselling for students in secondary schools

    The Prime Minister’s Youth Mental Health Project aims to improve the mental health of young people aged 12 to 19 years. One initiative of this project is a national evaluation of the current provision of guidance and counselling in schools.The Education Review Office (ERO) evaluated how well 44 schools and five wharekura provided guidance and counselling for students.How well did schools provide guidance and counselling?ERO found that in 30 of the 49 schools/wharekura visited, the guidance and...

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  4. Overview

    OverviewIn April 2012, the Government announced measures to improve the mental health of young people aged 12 to 19 years with, or at risk of, mild to moderate mental health problems. These initiatives comprise the Prime Minister’s Youth Mental Health Project.One of the initiatives agreed to by the Government included a national evaluation of the current provision of guidance and counselling in schools.The evaluation focused on the wider guidance and counselling provision in schools, of which...

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  5. Appendix Two: Evaluation framework and indicators

    Context and ApproachQ1. What are the important aspects of the school and its community that have an impact on the need for, and provision of, guidance and counselling?Q2. What is the school’s overall approach to providing guidance and counselling? Indicators There are clear delineations of roles and boundaries between behaviour management, counselling, academic guidance and pastoral care. The school culture reflects a proactive, early intervention approach. There is consensus across th...

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  6. Next steps

    For the Ministry of Education ERO recommends that the Ministry of Education: reviews the formula used to calculate the Guidance Staffing Entitlement to ensure this funding better aligns with roll size considers ways to support schools and wharekura to appropriately use the Guidance Staffing Entitlement to suit their particular approach and school context provides guidelines/expectations for schools and wharekura about the provision of guidance and counselling provides targeted professional le...

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  7. Conclusion

    ERO found growing numbers of students seeking guidance and counselling support. The provision of good guidance and counselling in schools and wharekura requires a shared understanding and a strong whole school ethos of care that values positive and caring relationships as an essential foundation. ERO’s findings suggest that current guidance and counselling provision can, and in many schools and wharekura does, work well. However, in just over one‑third of schools and wharekura in this samp...

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  8. Overview

    In April 2012, the Government announced a package of measures to improve the mental health of young people aged 12 to 19 years with, or at risk of, mild to moderate mental health problems. These initiatives are known as the Prime Minister’s Youth Mental Health Project. One of the initiatives agreed to by the Government included a national evaluation of the current provision of guidance and counselling in schools. The evaluation will contribute to an evidence base for the Ministry of Educatio...

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  9. Guidance and Counselling in Schools: Survey Findings

    Open this report as a printable PDF      (1 MB) This report presents the findings of three online surveys about the current provision of guidance and counselling in schools with students in Years 9 to 13. This is the first phase of work being undertaken by ERO as part of the Prime Minister’s Youth Mental Health Project. National Report Summary We have also put together a summary of the report which highlights key findings and includes the survey questions. Read the report summary Open a...

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  10. Improving Guidance and Counselling for Students in Secondary Schools

    Open this report as a printable PDF     (1 MB) The Prime Minister’s Youth Mental Health Project aims to improve the mental health of young people aged 12 to 19 years. One initiative of this project is a national evaluation of the current provision of guidance and counselling in schools. The Education Review Office (ERO) evaluated how well 44 schools and five wharekura provided guidance and counselling for students. National Report Summary We have also put together a summary of the repor...

    http://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/improving-guidance-and-counselling-for-students-in-secondary-schools/

  11. Conclusion

    An analysis of the findings of the three surveys – students, school leaders, and guidance counsellors - indicates some themes about what these groups consider good guidance and counselling in schools looks like, as well as what challenges are facing the sector. Although the findings in this report are based on self-reported information, it is clear that those involved in the provision of guidance and counselling in schools face diverse and complex issues relating to the wellbeing of young pe...

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  12. Findings

    The findings from the 49 school and wharekura visits and the student survey are presented in six sections. The first section identifies the student problems faced by schools. ERO’s findings on how well schools in the sample were providing guidance and counselling for students are presented next. This is followed by a section on how schools are working with external agencies. Comments from the ERO review teams are included in italics. Finally, the results of the student survey, including a comp...

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  13. Findings

    This report presents the findings from these surveys in three parts: students, school leaders, and guidance counsellors. Appendices at the end of the report also include detailed quantitative data for each of the surveys.StudentsMost of the 91 students that responded to the student survey were still at school and in Years 11 to 13. Thirty respondents had already left school and most of these had left at the end of Year 13. A small number of students were in Years 9 or 10. Over two‑thirds of re...

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  14. Introduction

    IntroductionThis evaluation is part of the Prime Minister’s Youth Mental Health Project (YMH Project). The evaluation focuses on the current provision of guidance and counselling in schools with students in Years 9 to 13 and was undertaken in two phases. The first phase involved surveys of school leaders, guidance counsellors and students.[4] This report presents the findings from phase two of the evaluation, undertaken in Term 2, 2013. This phase involved visits to 49 schools and wharekura to...

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  15. Foreword

    The Education Review Office (ERO) is an independent government department that reviews the performance of New Zealand’s schools and early childhood services, and reports publicly on what it finds.The whakataukī of ERO demonstrates the importance we place on the educational achievement of our children and young people:Ko te Tamaiti te Pūtake o te KaupapaThe Child – the Heart of the MatterIn our daily work we have the privilege of going into early childhood services and schools, giving us a...

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  16. Appendix One: Methodology

    ERO gathered information for phase two of this evaluation from 44 schools and five wharekura across New Zealand during Term 2, 2013. ERO review officers talked with school personnel, including school leaders, board chairpersons, guidance counsellors, staff involved in guidance and counselling, and adults working in schools but employed by external agencies.Evaluation frameworkThe framework for phase two of this evaluation was developed by ERO’s internal reference group of specialist review off...

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  17. Foreword

    The Education Review Office (ERO) is an independent government department that reviews the performance of New Zealand’s schools and early childhood services, and reports publicly on what it finds.The whakataukī of ERO demonstrates the importance we place on the educational achievement of our children and young people:Ko te Tamaiti te Pūtake o te Kaupapa The Child – the Heart of the MatterIn our daily work we have the privilege of going into early childhood services and schools, giving us...

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  18. Appendix Two: School leader survey results

    Table 1: School type School type Number of schools Percentage of schools National percentage [28] Composite Years 1-10 3 3 1 Composite Years 1-13 11 11 25 Years 7-13 Secondary 33 31 22 Years 9-13 Secondary 58 55 52 Total 105 100 100 Table 2: Roll size Roll range (number of students) Number of schools Percentage of schools National percentage 1-100 (very small) 0 0 8 101-400 (small) 25 24 33 401-800 (me...

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  19. Introduction

    This evaluation is part of the Prime Minister’s Youth Mental Health Project. It focuses on the current provision of guidance and counselling in schools with students in Years 9 to 13and is being undertaken in two phases.This report presents the findings from phase one of the evaluation and comprises the results of three online surveys. Phase two, undertaken in Term 2, 2013, involved visits to 49 schools and kura to evaluate their provision of guidance and counselling, and will be reported on s...

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  20. English to Māori G

    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z G gain confidence: e māhorahora ana gate: kuhunga atu gender: he tāne, he wahine gender: ira gender composition: te ira tangata gender issues: take ira tangata general: tau whānui general: te whānuitanga o ... general: whānui general: tukupū/tukipū general comments: whakamārama whānui generalise: ahuwhānui generate: hahau geographical location: te rohe kāinga gifted: tuku give clearer direction...

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