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The self-review tools support teachers, in-school leaders, and boards of trustees to use the National Standards for reading, writing, and mathematics to improve students’ learning and achievement within The New Zealand Curriculum (NZC).

The tools focus on improving outcomes for all students and give particular attention to those at risk of not being able to fully access the NZC over time.

They also support the intent of Ka Hikitia – "Māori enjoying education success as Māori" (MoE, 2009, p. 18).

Introduction to the self-review tools

A self-review tool for boards of trustees

A self-review tool for teachers

A self-review tool for in-school leaders

A self-review tool for reporting

Using the self-review tools – What's next?

Educational Leaders provides the following resources to support the self-review tools:

A series of short videos looks at how Russley School in Christchurch is using the self-review tools to focus on student achievement. Each video focuses on a different aspect of the tools. As part of using the self-review tools, leadership teams are invited to view these videos and consider the reflective questions that follow.

Using self review to inform planning shows leadership teams from Beckenham and Opawa primary schools working together. Sets of action plans, and related documents from Birkdale and Tamaki primary Schools in Auckland, Te Pahu and Pokuru primary schools in Waikato, and Beckenham and Opawa primary schools in Christchurch are also available.

Published on: 09 Dec 2009


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