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  1. Appendix 1: Schools in this report

    Note that five schools were unable to respond to ERO’s survey. These are highlighted in yellow in the table, with any information ERO was able to access from other sources. Schools Pacific language/s taught and how Learners in Pacific bilingual class[4]  Number of Pacific learners in the school[5]  Avondale College, Auckland Samoan Years 9-10: Other n/a 683 Bruce McLaren Intermediate, Auckland Samoan Years 7-8: Bilingual 28 77 Clendon Park School, Auckland Samoan Years 0-4: Immers...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/current-provision-of-pacific-bilingual-education/appendix-1-schools-in-this-report/

  2. Appendix 2: Activity Centres in this evaluation

    Akina Activity Centre (Hastings)Auckland Secondary Schools Centre (West Auckland)Awhina Activity Centre (Rotorua)Hutt Valley Activity Centre (Wellington)Invercargill Activity Centre (Invercargill)London House Learning Centre (Dunedin)Manawatu Community High School (Palmerston North)Napier Community Activity Centre (Napier)Papakura Activity Centre (South Auckland)Porirua Activity Centre (Wellington)Taranaki Activity Centre (Spotswood)Te Kura o Waipuna (Auckland)Turanganui-ā-Kiwa Activity Centre...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/provision-for-students-in-activity-centres/9-appendix-2-activity-centres-in-this-evaluation/

  3. Responding to Language Diversity in Auckland

    Auckland is New Zealand’s most culturally diverse city, with over 100 ethnicities and more than 150 languages spoken on a daily basis. How are schools and early learning services in Auckland responding to this increasing cultural and language diversity? This question was the basis for a new evaluation published by ERO Responding to Language Diversity in Auckland.

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/responding-to-language-diversity-in-auckland/

  4. Responding to language diversity in Auckland

    Auckland is New Zealand’s most culturally diverse city, with over 100 ethnicities and more than 150 languages spoken on a daily basis. Thirty‑nine percent of Auckland residents were born outside of New Zealand and 51 percent of Auckland’s population are multi‑lingual. The learner population in Auckland and New Zealand is rapidly becoming heterogeneous, as is evident through the diversity of learners’ ethnicity, language, heritage, and immigration status.How are schools and early...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/footer-upper/news/responding-to-language-diversity-in-auckland/

  5. Appendix 4: Schools and services surveyed in this evaluation

    Table 1: School/service type[12] School/service type Number of schools/services in sample Percentage of schools/services in sample Auckland percentage of schools/services Education and care service 52 46 55 Other early childhood service[13] 22 20 15 Primary[14] 21 19 22 Secondary[15] 12 11 4 Other schools[16] 5 4 4 Total 112 100 100 The school and service types in this evaluation are not representative[17] of the schools and services in Auckland. There are fewer education and...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/responding-to-language-diversity-in-auckland/appendix-4-schools-and-services-surveyed-in-this-evaluation/

  6. Appendix 2: Teen parent units reviewed

    Teen Parent Unit Location Host school He Mataariki School for Teen Parents Titoki, Whangarei Mangakahia Area School He Wero o nga Wahine Henderson, Auckland Henderson High School Clendon Teen Parent Unit (Taonga Education Centre) Manurewa, Auckland James Cook High School Eden Campus Newton, Auckland Auckland Girls’ Grammar School Connected Learning Centre Otara, Auckland Tangaroa College Hamilton's Fraser High School TPU Dinsdale, Hamilton...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/evaluation-of-teen-parent-units/appendix-2-teen-parent-units-reviewed/

  7. Stakeholders: effective practice in services and schools

    This section captures stakeholders’ views about optimum conditions in services and schools for CLD learners to experience success. It further analyses and presents effective strategies and practices ERO found across Auckland early learning services and schools, and what stakeholders deemed as working well.Conditions for SuccessERO spoke with Auckland‑based stakeholders who work directly with, and support, immigrant families as they arrive and settle in New Zealand. We asked stakeholders wha...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/responding-to-language-diversity-in-auckland/stakeholders-effective-practice-in-services-and-schools/

  8. Examples of good practice

    ERO recognises good practice in schools is not ‘one-size-fits-all’. Every school in the sample has a strong commitment to their students’ engagement and exhibited the broad characteristics identified above which lead to academic success. However, every school is different with its own contexts, features and practices. The following examples highlight positive features and practices in each school that contribute powerfully to keeping all students present, engaged and achieving academic s...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/towards-equitable-outcomes-in-secondary-schools-good-practice/examples-of-good-practice/

  9. The curriculum approaches and strategies that worked

    In the following pages we share the narratives of five schools. Although ERO investigated curriculum developments across all the year levels in the school, we have mostly shared specific aspects for children from Year 4 to Year 8. 01 A curriculum that captures the interests and heritage of the children SOMERFIELD TE KURA WAIREPO, CHRISTCHURCH >   Focusing on children's heritage >   Working within a cluster >   Deep learning >   Learning partnerships with children 02 Using...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/keeping-children-engaged-and-achieving-through-rich-curriculum-inquiries/the-curriculum-approaches-and-strategies-that-worked/

  10. Appendix Two: Schools in the MPIA group

    Table 1: School decile Decile group Number of schools Low (1-3) 18 Medium (4-7) 7 High (8-10) 0 TOTAL 25 Table 2: School composition by gender Composition of roll by gender Number of schools Single sex: girls 3 Single sex: boys 2 Co-educational 20 TOTAL 25 Table 3: School type School type Number of schools Composite Years 1-15 1 Years 7-15 2 Years 9-15 20 Integrated Years 7-15 1 Integrated Years 9-15...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/making-connections-for-pacific-learners-success/appendix-two-schools-in-the-mpia-group/