Teachers work collaboratively and use assessment information to identify gaps in students’ learning
Teachers proactively promote and value te reo Maori and tikanga through daily schoolwide practices where learner’s success is celebrated and shared. Planned opportunities and experiences in a positive learning environment encourage students to take risks, share and demonstrate leadership in authentic Maori contexts.
The school’s curriculum effectively promotes and supports student’s interests and learning.
Literacy and numeracy priorities are well integrated across the curriculum.
ICT is successfully used as a tool for teaching and learning by both teachers and students. This is a strength of the school and is well supported by the board.
Students and families show a strong sense of pride in the school.
A positive school tone supports students’ learning.