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  1. Case study: Kāiti School, Gisborne

    Kāiti School is a large primary school in east Gisborne. The school offers bilingual education in Tongan and te reo Māori. Nearly all students at Kāiti School have Māori or Pacific heritage. Over the last few years, student achievement in the National Standards has increased.Values and visionKāiti School based all their actions on a vision for their students’ hauora. The principal told ERO 'physical activity and food and nutrition are essential elements of our Kāiti Learner Profile - loo...

    https://ero.govt.nz/publications/food-nutrition-and-physical-activity-in-nz-schools-and-early-learning-services/case-study-kaiti-school-gisborne/

  2. Gisborne Boys’ High School, East Coast

    BackgroundGisborne Boys’ High School (GBHS) is a secondary school, decile 3, located in the provincial city of Gisborne. The roll of 750 boys, including 63 percent of students of Māori descent.Tū Tāne and learning initiativesTū tāne – Stand a manSenior leaders decided that one way to improve the overall performance of students at GBHS was to increase the boys’ engagement both in the school and in their learning. They wanted to achieve this by improving the boys’ sense of self worth,...

    https://ero.govt.nz/publications/towards-equitable-outcomes-in-secondary-schools-good-practice/gisborne-boys-high-school-east-coast/

  3. Appendix 1: Year 9 Plus - schools, champions and numbers of students

    Figure 12 lists the schools at which Year 9 Plus students are enrolled (May 2016). It also indicates which champions have allocated students attending each school.Figure 12: Year 9 Plus nominating and participating schools School name Nominating or participating school Terms 1 & 2, 2016   Term 4, 2016 ERO return time (years) Number ofYear 9 Plus students  Number of championsallocated to work withstudents at this school Gisborne Intermediate School N     3     Hatea-A-Rangi Sc...

    https://ero.govt.nz/publications/year-9-plus-2016-the-first-year-year-9/appendix-1-year-9-plus-schools-champions-and-numbers-of-students/

  4. Case study: Ilminster Intermediate School, Gisborne

    Ilminster Intermediate is a large intermediate school in east Gisborne. Most of the students are Māori.The school delivers learning programmes through a variety of ‘learning centres’ that deliver the curriculum through students’ areas of interest.  This approach effectively increases students’ engagement in learning. Senior management regularly survey the students and community about how well they think the school is serving their needs.Planning and implementationLeaders identified thr...

    https://ero.govt.nz/publications/food-nutrition-and-physical-activity-in-nz-schools-and-early-learning-services/case-study-2/

  5. Methodology

    ERO identified early childhood services for this report from education reviews in 576 services undertaken in Term 4, 2008 and Terms 1 and 2, 2009. Eight services were selected for a further visit to gather more in-depth information about specific practices that underpinned their provision for Māori children and their whānau. A kindergarten association, reviewed when ERO was undertaking a pilot study for its report Māori Children in Early Childhood: Pilot Study, July 2008, was also included in...

    https://ero.govt.nz/publications/success-for-maori-children-in-early-childhood-services-good-practice/methodology/

  6. Appendix 2: Activity Centres in this evaluation

    Akina Activity Centre (Hastings)Auckland Secondary Schools Centre (West Auckland)Awhina Activity Centre (Rotorua)Hutt Valley Activity Centre (Wellington)Invercargill Activity Centre (Invercargill)London House Learning Centre (Dunedin)Manawatu Community High School (Palmerston North)Napier Community Activity Centre (Napier)Papakura Activity Centre (South Auckland)Porirua Activity Centre (Wellington)Taranaki Activity Centre (Spotswood)Te Kura o Waipuna (Auckland)Turanganui-ā-Kiwa Activity Centre...

    https://ero.govt.nz/publications/provision-for-students-in-activity-centres/9-appendix-2-activity-centres-in-this-evaluation/