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  1. School stories

    We asked each of the schools we visited to tell us how they went about engaging their students in 21st century learning. Why they started on their journey? How they set the conditions for success? What informed their decisions? How they managed change? What difference had it made (for example, to teaching and learning, use of spaces and digital technologies, student outcomes)? The leaders in these schools told us about the challenges they had faced and how they had overcome them. They also had a...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/leading-innovative-learning-in-new-zealand-schools-april-2018/school-stories/

  2. St Thomas of Canterbury College - 27/07/2015

    Findings St Thomas of Canterbury College's special Catholic character is strongly reflected in all aspects of the school. Students from diverse backgrounds benefit from the highly inclusive and supportive culture. There are high expectations for students’ achievement and wellbeing and a sense of family and brotherhood among boys. The school's curriculum effectively promotes student learning. Achievement trends over time continue to be positive. The school is very well led and managed. ERO is l...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/review-reports/st-thomas-of-canterbury-college-27-07-2015/

  3. St Thomas of Canterbury College

    Key points Intensive investment in staff professional learning and development (PLD) Distributed leadership Transparent and co-constructed planning enabled by teacher use of digital technologies Novel and developing approach to junior curriculum. IntroductionFounded on the principles of Edmund Rice, St Thomas of Canterbury College is an integrated Catholic school for boys in Years 7–13. Also a Microsoft Showcase School, it capitalises on the use of digital technologies to transform school-wide...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/leading-innovative-learning-in-new-zealand-schools-april-2018/school-stories/st-thomas-of-canterbury-college/

  4. 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/

  5. 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/