Otumoetai Intermediate

Education institution number:
1878
School type:
Intermediate
School gender:
Co-Educational
Definition:
Not Applicable
Total roll:
925
Telephone:
Address:

5 Charles Street, Otumoetai, Tauranga

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Otumoetai Intermediate

Board Assurance with Regulatory and Legislative Requirements Report 2022 to 2025

As of May 2022, the Otūmoetai Intermediate Board of Trustees has attested to the following regulatory and legislative requirements:

Board Administration

Yes

Curriculum

Yes

Management of Health, Safety and Welfare

Yes

Personnel Management

Yes

Finance

Yes

Assets

Yes

Further Information

For further information please contact Otūmoetai Intermediate Board of Trustees.

The next Board of Trustees assurance that it is meeting regulatory and legislative requirements will be reported, along with the Te Ara Huarau | School Evaluation Report, within three years.

Information on ERO’s role and process in this review can be found on the Education Review Office website.

Phil Cowie
Director Review and Improvement Services (Central)
Central Region | Te Tai Pūtahi Nui

27 July 2022  

About the School

The Education Counts website provides further information about the school’s student population, student engagement and student achievement. educationcounts.govt.nz/home

Otumoetai Intermediate

Provision for International Students Report

Background

The Education Review Office reviews schools that are signatories to the Education (Pastoral Care of Tertiary and International Learners) Code of Practice 2021 established under section 534 of the Education and Training Act 2020.

Findings

Ōtūmoetai Intermediate School has attested that it complies with all aspects of the Code and has completed an annual self-review of its implementation of the Code. At the time of this review there were four international students attending the school, and no exchange students. 

Self-review supports the school to identify and respond to areas for improvement. A range of established communication methods inform parents, students and agents and provide opportunity for feedback. 

International students have equitable access to the breadth of the curriculum. Learning opportunities are positive and responsive to students’ needs and aspirations. Students transition successfully to secondary education. 

Students’ cultures and identities are valued and shared with the wider school. The school has resourced a range of traditional costumes to support inclusivity in cultural events. Parents are engaged in positive relationships and supported to form networks with other international student families. 

Students enjoy positive relationships and engage with a range of extra-curricular and leadership opportunities in the wider life of the school. 

Phil Cowie
Director Review and Improvement Services (Central)
Central Region | Te Tai Pūtahi Nui

27 July 2022 

About the School

The Education Counts website provides further information about the school’s student population, student engagement and student achievement. educationcounts.govt.nz/home