Strategic aim: All students are able to access the New Zealand Curriculum showing achievement against school expectations
Analysis of Variance 2019
Target One: Reading: Target 1. We aim to increase the proportion of males who are making progress in reading
Reading analysis and variance term 4
Overall 76.8% of students at or above the expected standard in reading (66% at the end of term1) so an increase of 10.8%
Maori achievement rates have remained consistently high.(79% at the end of the year compared to 72% at the start of the year)
Samoan achievement continues to need development as the majority of students are below. Only 3 of our 13 students are at the expected standard.
61%% of male students are at or above the expected level (50% at the end of term 1)
93.6% of female students are at or above the expected (80% at the end of term 1)
Our expectations for achievement continue to be high. We have targeted reading and language programmes for ESOL students and we can do better in this area. We are concerned about our samoan students.
We do have Board and community support through resources and TA hours. Reading recovery has been delivered for three terms.
We know that the relationship with parents in the first two years is important for reading progress and we know that oral language programs help.
Target Two; Mathematics We aim to have all students make progress and in particular accelerate the progress of children achieving below the level of the school expectations. We aim to lift the achievement of boys in maths.
Maths analysis and variance term 4
71.3% of students are at or above up from 61.3% at the end of term 1. An increase of 10%
62.3% of males are at or above in maths (62% end of term 1)
82.2% of females are at or above in maths ((65% end of term1)
15.8% (26) of students have made accelerated progress
Year 2, Year 4, Year 8 and Year 7 showing good results and all classes have students showing accelerated progress. Small numbers but tracking well.
Target Three (Writing) Aim to reduce the disparity between the achievement of girls and boys in writing
Writing analysis and variance term 4
70.7% of students being At or Above to which is an increase of 7.5% from the end of term 1.
71.4% ( 20/28) of Maori students are at the expected level.
59.4% of males are at or above the expected level (54% at the end of term 1)
93% of females are at or above the expected level.(83% at the end of term 1)
All years have showed sufficient progress and improving achievement levels.