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Annual Goals


Each year the Senior Leadership Team (Principal and Deputy Principals) and Board of Trustees agree on specific strategic goals or 'major projects' for the year.  

These are significant projects affecting the whole school and will have a long-term benefit to the college, its students and the wider community.  They sit within the Board of Trustee's long-term 2019 - 2023 strategic plan.

Click on a tab below to learn more about our current annual goals.

 

2021 Annual Goals

Junior Curriculum (MYP)

Senior Leader Responsible:   Sharon Hewetson

We will deliver the full IB MYP across Years 9 and 10, including the Year 10 community project and interdisciplinary units.  The programme will be rigorous, inclusive and flexible to meet the learning needs of students.

1.1    Teach the full MYP programme in Years 9 and 10.

1.2    Incorporate more inclusive pedagogy into programme design.

1.3    Attain full IB authorisation.

1.4    Deliver the community project to all Year 10 students.

1.5    Trial a Year 9 and plan a Year 10 interdisciplinary unit.

1.6    Review the ALP structure to ensure it meets the needs of all students.

 

Year 11 Programme

Senior Leader Responsible:   Trudy Gibb

We will develop a school-based learning programme that is rigorous and flexible to better prepare students for Levels 2 and 3 NCEA, and NZ Scholarship.

2.1    Design and deliver school-based learning and assessment programmes for Year 11.

2.2    Design and communicate assessment and reporting timeline for Year 11.

2.3    Communicate the changes to students, parents and community.

 

Wellbeing Framework

Senior Leader Responsible:   Joanne Fraser

We will develop student skills and knowledge to support their hauora by promoting values and wellbeing through a schoolwide framework.

3.1    Develop the college's wellbeing framework.

3.2    Clarify the role of staff in the wellbeing framework.

3.3    Implement the enRICH wellbeing programme.

3.4    Continue the promotion of staff wellbeing.

3.5    Have systems and structures in place to meet the wellbeing needs of staff and students from unexpected events.

 

 

2020 Annual Goals

Junior Curriculum (MYP)

Senior Leader Responsible:   Sharon Hewetson

We will deliver the full International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) across Years 9 and 10, including the Year 10 community project and a trial interdisciplinary unit. 

1.1    Teach the full Year 9 MYP programme.

1.2    Gain full IB authorisation.

1.3    Deliver the community project to all Year 10 students.

1.4    Trial a full interdisciplinary unit.

1.5    Implement the agreed changes to Year 10 options, for all students to learn a second language in Year 10.

 

Wellbeing Framework

Senior Leader Responsible:   Gordon Robertson

We will continue to develop and implement a framework that equips students with the skills and knowledge to manage their mental health and wellbeing.

2.1    Clarify and document the college's mental health and wellbeing framework.

2.2    Refine and deliver the Years 9 and 10 wellbeing programmes.

2.3    Clarify the purpose and programmes of form class.

2.4    Continue the promotion of staff wellbeing.

 

Level 1 NCEA

Senior Leaders Responsible:   Trudy Gibb and Praveen Chand

We will develop a school-based assessment framework to replace Level 1 NCEA in 2021, to better prepare students for Levels 2 and 3 NCEA, and NZ Scholarship.

3.1    Clarify how all students will gain Level 1 or UE Literacy and Numeracy.

3.2    Design and prepare the curriculum and resources for each year course.

3.3    Decide the assessment and reporting systems (timeline) for Year 11.

3.4    Communicate the changes to students, parents and community.

 

 

Academic Targets

 In 2021 our NCEA achievement targets are:

  • Level 2 NCEA
      - 95% of Year 12 students will achieve L2 NCEA
      - 65% of students passing L2 NCEA will do so endorsed with merit or excellence

  • Level 3 NCEA
      - 95% of Year 13 students will achieve L3 NCEA
      - 65% of students passing L3 NCEA will do so endorsed with merit or excellence
      - 80% of Year 13 students will gain University Entrance
      - Students will gain 50 scholarships
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