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  1. Getting started: building a collective sense of responsibility

    Making the decision to form a learning community required shifts in thinking and practice on the part of the institutions involved. Deciding what the Kāhui Ako wanted to achieve was the most important factor since this gave clear direction to participants. Building a sense of collective responsibility for the success and progress of all children and young people in the community was paramount. The challenge for all those involved was to move beyond focusing on ‘my school’ or ‘my early le...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/collaboration-in-practice-insights-into-implementation/getting-started-building-a-collective-sense-of-responsibility/

  2. Working with the wider community

    Successful Kāhui Ako understood the necessity of working with and across the wider community to clarify expectations and develop desired approaches to improving educational outcomes for children.NorthcoteBringing the community togetherThe Northcote Kāhui Ako acknowledged the importance of recognising parents, whānau and community as key influences on children’s learning, wellbeing and self‑efficacy. This led to a commitment to build and share learning strategies with parents, whānau, and...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/collaboration-in-practice-insights-into-implementation/working-with-the-wider-community/