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  1. South Auckland Middle School New School Assurance Review

    IntroductionSouth-Auckland-Middle-School-New-School-Assurance-Review-Report.pdfA New School Assurance Review is a review of particular areas of school performance and is undertaken to specific terms of reference.New School Assurance Reviews are generally undertaken within the first year of the school’s opening.Terms of ReferenceThis review is based on an evaluation of the performance of South Auckland Middle School. The terms of reference for the review are to provide assurance to the communit...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/how-ero-reviews/ero-reviews-of-schools-and-kura/new-and-merging-schools/south-auckland-middle-school-new-school-assurance-review/

  2. Addressing cultural and linguistic diversity

    Diversity is a defining feature of our world in this time of increasing globalisation and migration, and it is reflected in our communities. The learning environment is no exception. New Zealand ranks third among OECD countries for the highest proportion of overseas born residents (OECD, 2017) and Auckland city now has one of the highest proportions of immigrants of any city in the OECD.Part 1 of this report defines diversity, its benefits and challenges, describes who are our diverse learners,...

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

  3. Appendix 2: School profile data

    Schools in sample School Decile rating School type Location Roll number As at July 2013 Percentage Ethnic makeup As at July 2013 Showing only those percentages greater than 5 (whole numbers) McAuley High School 1 Secondary (Years 9-15) Integrated Girls’ school South Auckland 688 Māori 6 Pasifika 88 Opotiki High School 1 Secondary (Years 9-15) Co‑educational Opotiki 488 Māori 83 Pākehā 14 Naenae College 2 Secondary (Years 9-15) Co‑educati...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/towards-equitable-outcomes-in-secondary-schools-good-practice/appendix-2-school-profile-data/

  4. McAuley High School, Auckland

    BackgroundMcAuley High School is a decile 1, Catholic, integrated secondary school for girls, located in Otahuhu, South Auckland. Eighty-eight percent of the roll of 688 students are Pacific students. In keeping with the ethos of the Sisters of Mercy, McAuley High School aims to provide an education that enables young people to rise above the barriers of poverty and to achieve to their potential regardless of their background.The tone in the school is respectful and purposeful. The girls achieve...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/towards-equitable-outcomes-in-secondary-schools-good-practice/mcauley-high-school-auckland/

  5. Ethnic diversity in New Zealand state schools

    Ethnic diversity in New Zealand State SchoolsIntroductionNew Zealand society has changed a lot over the years and as a result, our communities are becoming increasingly diverse. Auckland is our most culturally diverse city with over 100 ethnicities and more than 150 languages spoken daily. But cultural diversity is not just about what is happening in Auckland. Wellington’s Chinese New Year festival has been going for 18 years and Central Otago is about to form the 20th Multicultural Council i...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/footer-upper/news/ero-insights-term-1/ethnic-diversity-in-new-zealand-state-schools/

  6. Responding to linguistically diverse learners

    Most people in the world speak two or more languages. Although New Zealand has three official languages, including New Zealand Sign Language, many children do not have the opportunity to develop competency in more than one language.Two or more languages are learned relatively easily in the first three years of life, which is a sensitive period for language learning. Babies are born with the innate ability to recognise every sound in any language, but this ability declines after about the age of...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/extending-their-language-expanding-their-world/responding-to-linguistically-diverse-learners/