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  1. Appendix 1: Schools in this investigation

    The type, location, rolls and decile range of the 129 schools involved in this investigation are shown in Tables 1 to 4 below. The schools included in this investigation are statistically representative of schools nationally.1Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools2 Contributing (Years 1 to 6) 41 32 33 Full primary (Years 1 to 8) 53 41 44 Intermediate (Years 7 and 8) 5 4 5...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/bullying-prevention-and-response-guide-schools-awareness-and-use/appendix-1-schools-in-this-investigation/

  2. Appendix 1: Methodology

    ERO visited a group of 12 schools to see how they were addressing the challenge of teaching modern students. These schools were selected because they were known to be exploring ways of using The New Zealand Curriculum, digital technologies and modernised infrastructures to educate their students for future success. While the sample is too small to be representative of every type of school, the included schools are all very different.We deliberately did not include schools whose stories had alre...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/leading-innovative-learning-in-new-zealand-schools-april-2018/appendix-1-methodology/

  3. Overview

    Links between schools in lower income areas and high rates of suspensions and stand‑downs1 with poorer academic results2 are evident in New Zealand. In keeping with international data, stand-down and suspension rates drop and achievement rises as the school decile rises.3Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)4 reporting recognises that many New Zealand students achieve well academically. However, there remains considerable disparity between the highest and lowest achi...

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

  4. Appendix 3: Variability across schools

    Table 1 illustrates the predominance of different elements across the schools visited and the school files analysed. It is indicative only as not all of the elements of the matrix were identifiable in the 2017 reports.Table 1: Frequency of elements found in schools Single‑sex, low decile, urban state school                           Sample size 10 3/10 had genuinely responsive curriculum 6/10 had effective range of teaching strategies Roll 1000+, high decile...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/ncea-observational-studies/appendix-3-variability-across-schools/

  5. Towards equitable outcomes in secondary schools: Good practice

    This report presents examples of good practice in student engagement and achievement. The examples come from a sample of secondary schools, rated decile 5 or below with rolls of 200 students or more, who had better outcomes for students than other similar schools. ERO visited seven of these schools to find out the secret to their success.

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

  6. Methodology

    Evaluation approachAll state and state-integrated schools having an education review in the first two terms of 2011 were asked to complete a self-review questionnaire.The questionnaire asked schools to report on: the number of students in various special needs categories policies addressing the inclusion of students with disabilities or special education needs professional learning and development and support related to students with special needs systems, initiatives, and programmes to support...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/including-students-with-special-needs-school-questionnaire-responses/methodology/

  7. Appendix 2: Schools in this evaluation

    Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools with Years 11-15 students Secondary (Years 7-15) 15 37.5 21 Composite (Years 1-15) 5 12.5 30 Secondary (Years 9-15) 20 50 48 Secondary (Years 11-15) 0 0 1 Total 40 100 100 The sample contained fewer composite (Years 1-15) schools and more secondary (Years 7-15) schools, compared with national percentages. The sec...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/raising-achievement-in-secondary-schools/appendix-2-schools-in-this-evaluation/

  8. Appendix 2: Sample of schools

    Sampling ratiosERO investigated curriculum principles in 113 schools (82 primary, 26 secondary and 5 composite) reviewed in Term 3, 2011.Sampling demographicsThe following demographics relate to the sampleTable 3: Decile groups all schools School decile group Number Percentage of sample National percentage Low (decile 1-3) 30 26.5 32 Medium (decile 4-7) 41 36.3 39 High (decile 8-10) 42 37.2 29 Total 113 100 100 Table 4: School size all schools...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/the-new-zealand-curriculum-principles-foundations-for-curriculum-decision-making/appendix-2-sample-of-schools/

  9. Findings

    School targets, achievement goals or expectations reflected or aligned with the principal’s appraisal in one-third of schools (34 percent), and with teachers’ appraisals in one-third of schools (35 percent). In 38 schools (21 percent) both principals and teachers had appraisal goals linked to school targets or achievement goals.Principals in most other schools did not have goals that linked directly or specifically to priority learners or charter targets. In six percent of schools, the princ...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/board-employment-responsibilities-linking-charter-targets-to-appraisal-in-primary-schools/findings/

  10. Appendix 3: Services and schools in this evaluation

    Appendix 3: Services and schools in this evaluationEarly learning servicesThe sample included more education and care services and fewer kindergartens than is representative of national picture. The services’ locations were representative of the national location distribution of services.Table 1: Service type Early learning service type Number of ELS in sample Percentage of ELS in sample National percentage of ELS Kindergarten 3 3% 21% Education and care 106 97% 7...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/newly-graduated-teachers-preparation-and-confidence-to-teach/appendix-3-services-and-schools-in-this-evaluation/

  11. Appendix 1: Methodology

    SampleThis evaluation is based on the 95 schools with international students that had a regular ERO review in 2012. The schools cover a variety of school types, as shown in Table 1. [11]Table 1: Types of schools in sample School type Number of schools Percentage of sample National percentage of schools with international students Full primary (Y1-8) 11 12 13 Contributing primary (Y1-6) 18 19 20 Intermediate (Y7-8)/Restricted composite (Y7-10) 8 8 11 Com...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/schools-provision-for-international-students/appendix-1-methodology/

  12. Appendix 2: Schools in this evaluation

    Table 1: School type School type Number of schools in sample Percentage of schools in sample National percentage of schools with Years 11-15 students Secondary (Years 7-15) 14 19 20 Composite (Years 1-15) 11 15 31 Secondary (Years 9-15) 48 65 49 Secondary (Years 11-15) 1 1 <1 Total 74 100 100 The sample contained fewer Secondary (Years 7-15) and Composite (Years 1-15) schools and more Secondary (Years 9-15) schools compared with na...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/secondary-schools-pathways-for-future-education-training-and-employment-july-2013/appendix-2-schools-in-this-evaluation/

  13. Appendix 1: Sample of schools

    The school type, location, roll size and decile of the 256 schools in this evaluation are shown in Tables 1 to 4 below. The sample is representative of national figures for school type and decile. The sample is not representative of national figures for school location or roll size. Rural schools are under-represented and schools in minor urban areas are over-represented. Very small and small schools were under-represented, and large and very large schools were over-represented. 1Table 1: Schoo...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/educationally-powerful-connections-with-parents-and-whanau/appendix-one-sample-of-schools/

  14. Conclusion

    Many schools commented very positively on KiwiSport. Their responses indicate that funding has had the intended impact in most schools to at least some extent. KiwiSport has led to increased sports opportunities and participation, and improved support for skills development. Many primary schools had been involved with programmes to upskill teachers, which have enhanced their PE programmes. Many secondary schools had used the funding to employ or extend the hours of a sports coordinator. To som...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/kiwisport-in-schools/conclusion/

  15. Appendix Three: Characteristics of schools and whakrekura in this evaluation

    Data for this evaluation was gathered from 49 schools and wharekura. These schools were selected from 438 schools receiving the Guidance Staffing Entitlement in 2012.Table 1 shows the types of schools in this sample.Table 1: School types School type Number Percentage of sample National percentage[60] Years 1 to 13 composite 9 19 26 Years 7 to 13 secondary 6 12 22 Years 9 to 13 secondary 34 69 52 Total 49 100 100 The sample for this evaluation (...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/improving-guidance-and-counselling-for-students-in-secondary-schools/appendix-three-characteristics-of-schools-and-whakrekura-in-this-evaluation/

  16. 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/

  17. Teaching strategies that work - Mathematics

    This Education Review Office (ERO) report is one of a series of reports on teaching strategies that work. It features strategies and approaches that we observed in 40 primary schools selected from across New Zealand. These schools came from a database of 129 schools, all with rolls of 200 or more, in which the proportion of students in the upper primary years (Years 5 to 8) achieving at or above the national standard had increased. In each case achievement levels were also above average for the decile.

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/teaching-strategies-that-work-mathematics/

  18. 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/

  19. Hamilton Christian School - 27/06/2011

    1.Background The Chief Review Officer has a statutory duty to report on the performance of private schools throughout New Zealand. Section 35I of the Education Act 1989, requires the Education Review Office (ERO) to review fully registered private schools, and to report to the Ministry of Education on whether each school continues to meet the criteria for full registration. This review report was prepared in accordance with standard procedures approved by the Chief Review Officer. 2. Criteria fo...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/review-reports/hamilton-christian-school-27-06-2011/