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NAG 2.4 Principal's Appraisal

Policy Reference Number: 
2.4

Jump straight to the relevant section: Purposes | Guidelines

Purposes:

To release the full potential of the individuals within the school learning community which may involve:

Use of Car Seats for Young Children

The recent changes to legislation around the use of car seats (child safety restraints) affects schools when transporting students, but it is also useful for parents, caregivers and whanau to know.

The summary of the laws round this is as follows:

Principal's Letter to Parents 2015-09-21

Dear parents, caregivers and whanau,
Although I am glad the weather is starting to warm up I have noticed that this winter has been a very productive season for our students and staff...

NAG 2.2 Self-Review

Policy Reference Number: 
2.2

Jump straight to the relevant section: Review of Policy and Procedure | Class Student Achievement Review | Review of the Charter | Variance Reports

Review of Policy and Procedure

Purpose:

NAG 2.1 Strategic Planning and The Charter

Policy Reference Number: 
2.1

Jump straight to the relevant section: The Strategic Planning Process | The Charter

The Strategic Planning Process

Purpose:

Strategic planning is a process which is intended to assist the school to improve the quality of the learning outcomes for all students at Arahunga Special School and Outreach Service. This process helps us to review plans and to consult with and inform the community.

NAG 2 Self-Review and Reporting

Policy Reference Number: 
2.0

Each board of trustees, with the principal and teaching staff, is required to:
(a) develop a strategic plan which documents how they are giving effect to the National Education Guidelines through their policies, plans and programmes, including those for curriculum, National Standards, assessment and staff professional development;
(b) maintain an on-going programme of self-review in relation to the above policies, plans and programmes, including evaluation of information on student achievement; and
(c) report to students and their parents on the achievement of individual students, and to the school's community on the achievement of students as a whole and of groups (identified through NAG 1(c) above) including the achievement of Māori students against the plans and targets referred to in Nag 1(e) .

NAG 2A
Where a school has students enrolled in years 1-8, the board of trustees, with the principal and teaching staff, is required to use National Standards to:

We Are People - Reading/Health/Science Powerpoint

A powerpoint teaching the term: people.

This powerpoint also introduces a variety of different animals and their habitats.

This powerpoint can be personalised to a specific class or students by adding their photos.

Includes an audio narration of the story text.

Suggested uses:

  • Health
  • Science - recognising people
  • Shared reading
  • Guided reading
  • Individual reading

Format:

  • .pptx (Powerpoint)

Easter - Reading/Social Sciences Powerpoint

A powerpoint for teaching: Easter.

This powerpoint teaches Easter as a celebration and a special occasion.

Includes an audio narration of the story text.

Suggested uses:

  • Teaching about events and special occasions
  • Shared reading
  • Guided reading
  • Individual reading

Format:

  • .pptx (Powerpoint)

Christmas - Reading/Social Sciences Powerpoint

A powerpoint for teaching: Christmas.

This powerpoint teaches Christmas as a celebration and a special occasion.

Includes an audio narration of the story text.

Suggested uses:

  • Teaching about events and special occasions
  • Shared reading
  • Guided reading
  • Individual reading

Format:

  • .pptx (Powerpoint)

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