A School Charter is the undertaking that all State Schools make. It’s about committing ourselves to reach certain goals and targets during the current year.
In our School Charter we have a strategic plan, goals and targets for student outcomes. The core business of the school is to raise student achievement. During a student’s time at school, your child will develop a range of skills and capabilities that will help them do well in life. At Tainui our capabilities or learner qualities are woven into all of the teaching and learning that occurs at our school.
We call these capabilities/learner qualities (see below).
He Pou Tainui
Tainui Self Manager, Tainui Thinker, Tainui Collaborator, Tainui Communicator, Tainui Friend (key competencies). Information on these can be found on our website.
Charter – Strategic Goals – Annual Goals
Strategic Goal One – Growing highly effective and innovative teachers
– Structured Literacy –
– Progressive & Consistency Tool for Learning –
– Aotearoa New Zealand Histories –
1. Increase our levels of tamariki achieving at expected levels in lieteracy
Progressive Consistency Tool for Learning – PACT
1. Use the PACT maths tool to make dependable judgements that can be used to track progress over time
1. Be curious and deepen knowledge and understanding around Aotearoa NZ Histories:Local curriculum and school histories.
Strategic Goal Two – Enabling a Culturally Responsive Curriculum
1. Deep understanding, knowledge and action of promoting equity, excellence and a sense of belonging so that our tamariki experience at kura is mana enahncing. Also acknowledging that we want Māori enjoying and achieving educaiton success as Māori.
Financial Reports / Statements
2017 Financial Statements For The Year Ended 31 December 2017: View Document
2018 Financial Statements For The Year Ended 31 December 2018: View Document
2019 Financial Statements For The Year Ended 31 December 2019: View Document
2020 Financial Statements For The Year Ending 31 December 2020: View Document
2021 Financial Statements For The Year Ending 31 December 2021: View Document