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NCEA level 2 toolbox

Theory of action

If we have an understanding (based on data) of how our students are tracking towards achieving NCEA level 2, and where our school can make a difference, we can quickly identify the support available and how to access it. 

This will help us make weekly progress towards supporting our students into quality further education, employment, or training.  

School-initiated supports

System of support: School-initiated supports

The purpose of these centrally funded and managed supports is to supplement a school’s improvement actions. Allocation of these resources is based on priority of need and is linked to schools’ targets and annual plans as set out in their charters. Schools need to talk with local or regional MoE staff about these supports.

Learning and Change Networks

Networks of schools with schools working together on areas of common interest.

Senior Secondary Achievement Contract

A contract to support student achievement, particularly in priority areas. There are three components: in-depth provision, middle leader clusters, NCEA programme design.

He Kākano

Support for school leaders and teachers to enable Māori to experience education success as Māori.

Te Kotahitanga

Building capability of teachers and schools to implement and embed culturally responsive classroom and school-wide practices to enhance success of Māori learners, focused on years 9 and 10.   

Ako Panuku

Support for Māori teachers of years 7-13 to raise Māori achievement. Access Ako Panuku courses.

Te Kauhua

A project supporting school-based action research projects to help schools and whānau to work together in ways that improve outcomes for Māori learners. Read the Te Kauhua case studies.

Positive Behaviour for Learning

Programmes to positive behaviour, in turn developing the social culture, learning and teaching environment, and individual behaviour supports needed to achieve academic and social success for all students. PB4L: School-wide is available to all secondary schools.

Secondary ESOL and Home-School Partnerships

PLD focusing on meeting the learning needs of Secondary English language learners (ELLs) and increasing their achievement.

 Student Achievement Function

The Student Achievement Function (SAF) supports schools and kura to accelerate learner achievement by identifying and meeting the needs of individual learners and making changes.  Practitioners are available to coach and guide schools and kura.

Published on: 24 Apr 2013


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