ERO online tools launched

A series of online videos and publications showcasing schools that are making a significant difference for their students has been launched by the Education Review Office (ERO).

The series, Improvement in Action/Te Ahu Whakamua, illustrates how successful schools achieve equity and excellence for children and young people.

The videos were produced with the assistance of a range of New Zealand schools.  The experiences and approaches of these schools show how ERO’s evaluation indicators work together to drive improvement and achieve successful outcomes for young people.

Improvement in Action/Te Ahu Whakamua highlights the importance of leadership, stewardship and effective teaching as well as strong connections and relationships in the provision of responsive curriculum and learning opportunities.

It also highlights the importance of the concepts of manaakitanga (hospitality), whanaungatanga (relationship),ako (teaching and learning) and mahi tahi (working together) in an education context.

Secretary for Education, Iona Holsted, says the series reflects on the vision that young people are successful, confident, connected, actively involved, lifelong learners highlighted by The New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

“These videos provide some fantastic examples of the work that schools are doing to support every child and young person to enjoy success.  This is a great resource that allows school leaders and teachers to gain valuable insights from each other.”



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