Strategic Statement

Strategic Plan 2022-2023

In response to the Board and Staff’s consultation and engagement with its school community, parent and whanau community during 2021 and considering the analysis of schoolwide data and information, the analysis of variance and the Board’s self-review programmes, the Board has agreed the following seven priority goals to be the areas of focus as the basis for its Strategic Plan.  The Board in determining this Strategic Plan has adopted as a framework, the Ministry of Education’s National Education Learning Priorities (NELP).

Focus 1: Learners at Our School
Priority 1:    Ensure our school is safe, inclusive and free from racism, discrimination and bullying.
Priority 2:    Have high aspirations for all our learners/ākonga and support them by partnering with their whānau and communities
                    to design and deliver learning that responds to their needs, and sustains their identities, languages and cultures.

Focus 2: Barrier-free Access for All
Priority 3:    Reduce barriers to learning for all our learners, including Māori and Pacific learners/ākonga, learners/ākonga with
                    disabilities and those with learning support needs.
Priority 4:    Ensure all our learners/ākonga gain sound foundation skills, including language, literacy and numeracy.

Focus 3: Quality Teaching and Leadership
Priority 5:    Meaningfully incorporate te reo Māori and tikanga Māori into the everyday life of our school – Tō Tātou Kāinga.    Priority 6:    Developing our staff to strengthen teaching, leadership and learner support capability across our school.

Focus 4:   Future of Learning and Work
Priority 7:    Collaborate with local community organisations, businesses and agencies to ensure our learners/ākonga have social
                    skills, knowledge and pathways to be successful.

Focus 5: Governing our School
Priority 8:    Overall review of our School Curriculum, with the purpose of redesigning the curriculum to ensure that we reflect the
                    wishes and aspirations of our local community and to meet the learning needs of our students.
Priority 9:    To review the underlying principles of our curriculum design to ensure the principles of equity are included in the

Te Roopu Kapa Haka teina o te kura o Morenawhira
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