Te Pupuketanga - Development Evaluation

Criteria for scheduling a Te Pupuketanga - Development Evaluation

ERO will decide to carry out another review over the course of one-to-two years where there is evidence that gives ERO cause for concern about the education and safety of students.

This diagram shows the criteria for Te Pupuketanga development evaluation. The first box reads development evaluation empower and improve one-to-one year review timing criteria. The next box is Te Tino Uaratanga high expectations for students staff and whanau, students are alert to every area of knowledge that they choose to pursue in their lives. the next table feeds up to that previous box it has two columns which read Whahanga and Process inputs. The five rows underneath read across the headingas as follows: Te Ira Tangata - safe, nurturing and inclusive environment. Te Reo Maori - Immersion environment with good quality models and language acquisition strategies. Nga Iwi - Cultural values, tikanga and collective responsiblity. Te Ao - Value and acceptance of the Maori world view. And lastly Ahuatanga Ako - Effective teaching and learning programmes.  The next box underneath this reads self review established clear policy process and practice or good decision making. the next three boxes read respectively governance, leadership and mangement and lastly sustainability

Figure 12: Criteria for scheduling Te Pupuketanga - Development Evaluation

In addition, ERO will return over the course of one-to-two years where, in ERO’s view, external intervention is needed, either at a statutory or lower level to bring about the desired improvement.

If a Limited Statutory Manager (LSM) or commissioner or other Ministry of Education intervention has been in place at the time of the review or is being recommended following the review, the timing of the review is decided in consultation with an ERO National Manager Review Services.