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  1. ERO releases reports on student wellbeing

    19 February 2015 ERO’s latest national reports show that while student wellbeing is considered very important, school leaders and teachers can do more to improve the way they promote and respond to student wellbeing. The reports, Wellbeing for Children’s Success at Primary School and Wellbeing for Young People's Success at Secondary School, highlight good practice in schools but also expose the gaps and the need for a more cohesive approach to student wellbeing. In the secondary school e...

    https://ero.govt.nz/footer-upper/news/ero-releases-reports-on-student-wellbeing/

  2. 05 Comprehensive information enables parents to support their child's learning at home

    Two barriers ERO identified in the 2015 report Educationally powerful connections with parents and whānau were a lack of assessment for learning and limited school-wide response to engaging with parents.Leaders and teachers at SYLVIA PARK SCHOOL took a deliberate approach to remove these and other barriers, and aimed to develop genuine reciprocal relationships with parents that ultimately benefited children, teachers and families.They quickly carried out comprehensive assessments with children...

    https://ero.govt.nz/publications/building-genuine-learning-partnerships-with-parents/05-comprehensive-information-enables-parents-to-support-their-childs-learning-at-home/

  3. Questions about partnership with parents, families and whānau

    How important is it that we find out parents’ views about children’s learning and wellbeing at school? You should talk with parents, families and whānau about what they want for their children. They will help you to identify the priorities for your school’s curriculum and future goals for the school’s development. You should engage parents and whānau in decisions that impact on the wellbeing of their children. You should be particularly aware of, and seek, the aspirations of distinct...

    https://ero.govt.nz/publications/school-trustees-booklet-helping-you-ask-the-right-questions/questions-about-partnership-with-parents-families-and-whanau/