Strategic Plan - 2016

 

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Strategic Plan- 2016 “Learning Skills for Life” Waiau Pa School MOE Number: 1547

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Learning- Wānanga Powerful Learners- Students:  Students are empowered with their learning to create life long learners. Powerful Learners- Staff:  Teaching staff are encouraged to develop as successful practitioners. Constantly reflecting, evaluating and developing successful programmes. Community- Hapori Sense of Community:  School will be an environment where people will make a positive difference to the community.  A team approach to the organization of our learning environment will have all members feeling valued and significant.  Parents will instill a positive attitude towards learning and encourage children to continue to improve. Positive Difference:  Empowering everyone to believe in their ability to make a difference in their own lives and the lives of others.  Creating a positive difference to our environment through environmental awareness. Understanding - Mātauranga Literacy:  Literacy in English gives students access to the understanding, knowledge and skills they need to participate in their environment and the wider world. Numeracy:  To explore relationships in quantities, space, and data and express these relationships in ways that help them to make sense of the world around them. Deep Learning:  A deep understanding about the world around them will be gained through meaningful, authentic and engaging concepts. Technology:  To develop a broad technological understanding that will equip them to participate in a global society. Thinking Creatively:  Children will be given experiences to develop and display their creativity of thought and actions throughout all areas of learning. School Organisation & Structure  Property: 10 year Property Plan     Human Resources: Performance Management Programme Appraisal System Staff Handbook & Procedures Self Review Process Budget:  Budget set for resources, professional development, staffing. Health & Safety:  Playground & classroom safety is paramount

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NOTE: Strategies for 2016 are included to show the development of current goals and strategies. From Goal to Strategies- LearningObjective Strategies for 2015 Programmes Sustained  Term Focuses – RICH and Powerful Learner Powerful LearnersStudents: Students are empowered with their learning to create life long learners.  Student Powerful Learner self-assessments- Powerful Learner Profiles  Sharing My Learning evenings – Writing focus  My Learning – Reporting (Action Plan) Wānanga Strategies for 2018  3 way Learning conferences lead by students  Learning Blog reflections completed by students Strategies for 2016  Term Focuses – RICH and Powerful Learner  Sharing My Learning evenings  Learning Blog reflections completed by students  Implementation of Collaborative Learning Environments (Action Plan) Strategies for 2017  3 way Learning conferences lead by students  Powerful Learner Traits review  Learning Blog reflections completed by students  Students self-assessing against student rubric New Strategies  Student leading Deep Learning units. Programmes Sustained New Strategies Powerful LearnersStaff: Teaching staff are encouraged to develop as successful practitioners. Constantly reflecting, evaluating and developing successful programmes.  Blending E-Learning within classroom programmes.  Professional development linked to personal goals and school wide objectives.  ALL Writing professional development (Action Plan)  Blending E-Learning evident within classroom programmes.  Writing target groups planned and delivered.  Professional development linked to personal goals and school wide objectives.  Deep Learning lead team to review structure and pedagogy.  Staff Passion Projects implemented (Action Plan)  Collaborative Learning Environments evident within classroom programmes.  Maths target group teaching.  Professional development linked to personal goals and school wide objectives.  Math professional development for all staff  Professional development linked to personal goals and school wide objectives.  Implementation of revised Deep Learning structure.  STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) principles implemented within classrooms.

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NOTE: Strategies for 2015 are included to show the development of current goals and strategies. From Goal to Strategies- Community- Hapori Objective School will be an environment where people make a positive difference to the community. A team approach to the organization of our learning environment will have all members feeling valued and significant. Parents will instill a positive attitude towards learning and encourage participation. Strategies for 2015 Strategies for 2016  Programmes Sustained Term RICH focus Syndicate Information Evening & Sharing My Learning evenings Community Consultation Strategies for 2017  Term RICH focus  Syndicate Information Evening & Sharing My Learning evenings.  Community Consultation  Strategies for 2018  Term RICH focus Syndicate Information Evening & Sharing My Learning evenings  Community Consultation Sense of Community:  Community Consultation  Term RICH focus.  Meet the Teacher Evening  Maori Community LinksFostering links with Maori community  Partnerships for Learning. (Action Plan)   New Strategies  RICH values promotion  Digital Learning – Parent Information (Action Plan)  Maori Community – Student Learning  Behaviour Management review  Student Lead Learning  Digital Learning Portfolios that can transfer between schools. Programmes Sustained Positive Difference: Empowering everyone to believe in their ability to make a difference in their own lives and the lives of others. Creating a positive difference to our environment through environmental awareness.  Student Leadership.  Achievers Badges / Certificates  Student Leadership.  Achievers Badges / Certificates  Additional Support review  Enviro Schools (Action Plan).  Student Leadership.  Achievers Badges / Certificates   Student Leadership. Achievers Badges / Certificates  New Strategies   Waiau Pa Warriors Enviro Group actions School wide recycling programme. Enviro Schools Identity Trail (Action Plan)  Local environmental action task.  Adoption of the Paddock to Plate programme.

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From Goal to Strategies- Understanding - Mātauranga Objective Literacy: Literacy in English gives students access to the understanding, knowledge and skills they need to participate in their environment and the wider world. Numeracy: To explore relationships in quantities, space, and data and express these relationships in ways that help them to make sense of the world around them. Deep Learning: A deep understanding about the world around them will be gained through meaningful, authentic and engaging concepts. Technology: To increase technological capability across the school in order to participate in a technological and global society. Thinking Creatively: Children will be given experiences to develop and display their creativity of thought and actions throughout all areas of learning. NOTE: Strategies for 2015 are included to show the development of current goals and strategies. Strategies for 2015  Kauri Vocabulary (Action Plan)  Karaka Vocabular(Action Plan)  Kowhai 100 words (Action Plan) Strategies for 2015  80% of students at or above in Writing National Standards. Strategies for 2016  85% of students at or above in Writing National Standards. Strategies for 2017  75% of Maori students students at or above in Writing National Standards.  ALL Writing programme.  Review assessment and reporting procedures.  Rimu Maths programme restructure. (not completed)  Rimu Basic Facts (Action Plan)  80% of students at or above in Mathematics National Standards.  85% of students at or above in Mathematics National Standards.  75% of Maori students students at or above in Mathematics National Standards.  Discovery Time – Kowhai (not completed)  Discovery Time – Kowhai  Introduction of reflection activities and thinking processes  Integration of Digital Learning within all senior classrooms  Coding and Robotics within senior options programme  Completion of “Identity Trail” items  Participation in Franklin Arts Festival & Franklin Jump Jam  Completion of School Production  Students demonstrating awareness of learning styles.  Progression of school wide Thinking Tools.  Students implementing school wide Thinking Tools and structures.  Digital Learning  Grease Monkeys programme  Class blog pages  Tech Team  Student participation in national robotic competitions.  Design and review processes demonstrated within classroom STEM learning programmes.  Franklin Arts Festival  Franklin Jump Jam  Student using a range of Thinking Tools for reflections.  Participation in Franklin Arts Festival & Franklin Jump Jam  STEM learning activities intergrated within classroom programmes  Franklin Arts Festival  Franklin Jump Jam

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NOTE: Strategies for 2015 are included to show the development of current goals and strategies. From Goal to Strategies: For School Organisation & Structure Objective Strategies for 2015  Events Centre floor – polyurathaning.  Electrical Switchboard Upgrades  Room 10 upgrade  Maintenance as per 10YP Strategies for 2016  Toilet upgrade  Refurbishment of Rms 15 & 16  Playground fall zone replacement  Maintenance as per 10YP Strategies for 2017 Strategies for 2018 Buildings:  Floor covering replacement Kowhai  Maintenance as per 10YP  Karaka block floor coverings  Maintenance as per 10YP Grounds:  Outdoor Seating  Community Mural  Enviro Gardens  New laptop trolley  Replacement data projectors (Events Centre, Rm 15)  Kowhai ipads  Classroom tables (Karaka)  Monthly inspections.  Regular reports to the BOT monitoring safety hazards.  Identity Trail items  Junior Playground replacement  Enviro Gardens  3D Printer  Replacement data projectors (Rm 13 &14)  Classroom furniture (Kauri & Kowhai)  Replacement of uneven pathways.  Drip line replacement  Playground fall zone upgrade Equipment:  Library computers replacement.  Wireless network upgrade  Server replacement Safety:  Monthly inspections.  Regular reports to the BOT monitoring safety hazards.  Monthly inspections  Regular reports to the BOT monitoring safety hazards.  Monthly inspections  Regular reports to the BOT monitoring safety hazards. Teaching Resources:  Purchase equipment as budgeted in the annual budget.  Purchase equipment as budgeted in the annual budget.  Purchase equipment as budgeted in the annual budget.  Purchase equipment as budgeted in the annual budget.

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