Provide professional learning and development for school leaders and teachers for effective implementation of The New Zealand Curriculum (NZC) for Years 1-8.
Participating schools will be supported to:
- accelerate the progress of students who are under achieving including priority students who are Maori, Pasifika and students with special educational needs; to ensure schools recognise and value the support through Ka Hikitia 2013 – 2017, The Pasifika Education Plan 2013 – 2017 and Tataiako
- demonstrate evidence of a unified, cohesive implementation of the school curriculum across learning, teaching and school organisation that fully reflects the elements of the NZC and community aspirations and contexts; effective classroom curriculum design and responsiveness to all students learning and strengths
- highlight the importance of pedagogical leadership, well-informed goal setting and evaluative capability
- emphasise the importance of digital opportunities across the curriculum for all learners.
Methods of delivery:
The PLD will be co-constructed with the school to meet identified needs to develop appropriate strategies that are contextually and culturally responsive in delivery.
- Regular self, collaborative and systematic review
- Data usage to inform teaching
- Curriculum plan to support student achievement
Relationships with parents, whānau and iwi:
Development of Identity, language and culture as a focus through all stages of professional learning development
Systematic design, implementation and review of a local curriculum that promotes school improvement and aligns to the New Zealand Curriculum.
|NZC Impact story (2014)||NZC infographic (2013)|
|NZC Impact story (2015)||NZC infographic (2014)|
|NZC infographic (2015)|