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  1. Appendix 1: Approved ITE providers 2016

     Appendix 1: Approved ITE providers 2016 ITE Provider Sector Current qualifications   Te Pū Wānanga o Anamata Primary Bachelor Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Primary Bachelor The University of Auckland   ECE   Bachelor Graduate Diploma Primary   Bachelor Graduate Diploma Master's Secondary Bachelor of Physical Education Graduate Diploma Postgraduate Diploma (Field based) Master's Auckland University of Technology              ECE ...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/newly-graduated-teachers-preparation-and-confidence-to-teach/appendix-1-approved-ite-providers-2016/

  2. Participation in early childhood education

    In each primary school ERO asked what the school knew about Pacific students’ early childhood education (ECE) attendance. Fourteen percent of the 173 primary schools said that all their Pacific students had attended ECE. In a further 30 percent of schools most Pacific students had participated in ECE, and 18 percent of schools reported that some had. In three schools no Pacific students had attended ECE. There was no information about this in the remaining 32 percent of primary schools....

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/promoting-pacific-student-achievement/participation-in-early-childhood-education/

  3. New ERO reports - managing privacy and meeting requirements for safety and wellbeing in ECE

    Meeting requirements for children’s safety and wellbeing in ECE (February 2016)This report highlights how early childhood services keep up to date with changing regulations and legal requirements in order to effectively manage for children’s safety and wellbeing.Managing privacy responsibilities in ECE (February 2016)This evaluation looked at what service leaders knew and understood about their responsibilities around the collection, storage, use, sharing and disposal of information about ch...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/footer-upper/news/new-ero-reports-managing-privacy-and-meeting-requirements-for-safety-and-wellbeing-in-ece/

  4. Overview

    Supporting vulnerable children is one of the Government’s priorities within Better Public Services (BPS). As part of the BPS goal, a Government priority for education is that every child has the opportunity to participate in quality early childhood education (ECE). This significantly increases a child’s chance of future educational success, particularly for children from vulnerable families. The Government has a target that in 2016, 98 percent of children starting school will have participat...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/use-of-equity-funding-in-early-childhood-services/overview/

  5. Introduction

    Equity Funding was introduced in March 2002 with a budget of $8.5 million. The objectives are to: reduce educational disparities between different groups in New Zealand reduce barriers to participation faced by under-represented groups in early childhood services support services to raise levels of educational achievement for these children. Equity Funding is ‘tagged’ and identifiable as an amount additional to a service’s ECE Funding Subsidy and 20 Hours ECE. It must be spent with the equ...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/use-of-equity-funding-in-early-childhood-services/introduction/

  6. Next Steps

    ERO recommends that the Ministry of Education considers the findings of this report to: inform decisions about Equity Funding in its current review of ECE funding identify ways to increase early childhood services’ awareness of the expectations for use and requirements for reporting by early childhood services that receive Equity Funding. ERO recommends that early childhood services use the findings of this report to discuss and evaluate their use of Equity Funding....

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/use-of-equity-funding-in-early-childhood-services/next-steps/

  7. How ERO approaches health and safety during reviews in ECE

    As part of each review, services attest that they have taken all reasonable steps to meet legal requirements. Self-Audit Checklists cover key requirements in four areas: Curriculum, Premises and Facilities, Health and Safety Practices, and Governance, Management and Administration.ERO looks in more depth at the service’s systems for managing areas that have a potentially high impact on children's wellbeing: motional safety physical safety suitable suitability of staffing evacuation procedures...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/meeting-requirements-for-childrens-safety-and-wellbeing-in-ece/how-ero-approaches-health-and-safety-during-reviews-in-ece/

  8. Inclusion of Children with Special Needs in Early Childhood Services

    This national report presents the findings of ERO's recent evaluation of how well early childhood services include children with moderate to severe special needs. This evaluation supports the Government's priority for every child to have the opportunity to participate in early childhood education (ECE).

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/inclusion-of-children-with-special-needs-in-early-childhood-services/