**2022 Results**

Reading, Writing and Mathematics are vital components of learning in the New Zealand Curriculum. In 2022 our teachers continued to track children’s progress at the end of each term in these three important areas. Below are our end-of-year results showing student performance in each of these subjects against nationally expected standards for each child at a specific age. In school, we use our tracking data termly to identify children who might be struggling and who need an extra learning boost or more in-depth support.

**Overall Teacher Judgements [OTJs]**

Throughout the year, our teachers have used a range of formative and summative assessments and all other in class evidence to arrive at their judgements about where each child sits in their learning progression in Reading, Writing and Mathematics. We are now reporting these as ‘Outstanding’, ‘Achieving with Merit’, ‘Achieving’, ‘Developing’ and ‘Needing Support’. We have made every effort to ensure our Overall Teacher Judgements are in line with expected standards nationally as they relate to a child’s age.

Outstanding |
Based on Date of Birth, ‘Outstanding’ is 18 months or above expectations |

Achieving with Merit |
Based on Date of Birth’, ‘Achieving with Merit’ is from 6 months to 18 months above expectations |

Achieving |
Based on Date of Birth, ‘Achieving’ is 6 months above to 6 months below expectations |

Developing |
Based on Date of Birth, Developing is 6 months to 18 months below expectations |

Needing Support |
Based on Date of Birth, this level is 18 months or below expectations |

**All Students Tracking End of Year 2022 **[Based on 112 students]

**READING**: 75.9 % of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**WRITING**: 71.5 % of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**MATHS**: 77.7 % of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**Maori Students Tracking End of Year 2022 **[Based on 34 students]

**READING:** 73.5 % of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**WRITING:** 64.7 % of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**MATHS**: 64.7 % of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**2021 Results**

Reading, Writing and Mathematics are vital components of learning in the New Zealand Curriculum. In 2021 our teachers continued to track children’s progress at the end of each term in these three important areas. Below are our end of year results showing student performance in each of these subjects against nationally expected standards for each child at a specific age. In school, we use our tracking data termly to identify children who might be struggling and who need an extra learning boost or more in-depth support.

**Overall Teacher Judgements [OTJs]**

Throughout the year, our teachers have used a range of formative and summative assessments and all other in class evidence to arrive at their judgements about where each child sits in their learning progression in Reading, Writing and Mathematics. We are now reporting these as ‘Outstanding’, ‘Achieving with Merit’, ‘Achieving’, ‘Developing’ and ‘Needing Support’. We have made every effort to ensure our Overall Teacher Judgements are in line with expected standards nationally as they relate to a child’s age.

Outstanding |
Based on Date of Birth, ‘Outstanding’ is 18 months or above expectations |

Achieving with Merit |
Based on Date of Birth’, ‘Achieving with Merit’ is from 6 months to 18 months above expectations |

Achieving |
Based on Date of Birth, ‘Achieving’ is 6 months above to 6 months below expectations |

Developing |
Based on Date of Birth, Developing is 6 months to 18 months below expectations |

Needing Support |
Based on Date of Birth, this level is 18 months or below expectations |

**All Students Tracking End of Year 2021 **[Based on 110 students]

**READING**: 77% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**WRITING**: 73% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**MATHS**: 80% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**Maori Students Tracking End of Year 2021 **[Based on 42 students]

**READING:** 74% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**WRITING:** 76% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**MATHS**: 79% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**2020 Results**

Reading, Writing and Mathematics are vital components of learning in the New Zealand Curriculum. In 2020 our teachers continued to track children’s progress at the end of each term in these three important areas. Below are our end of year results [we were not able to collect mid-year results due to Covid-19] showing student performance in each of these subjects against nationally expected standards for each child at a specific age. In school, we use our tracking data termly to identify children who might be struggling and who need an extra learning boost or more in-depth support.

**All Students Tracking End of Year 2020 **[Based on 109 students]

**READING**: 73% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**WRITING**: 67% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**MATHS**: 66% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**Maori Students Tracking End of Year 2020 **[Based on 49 students]

**READING:** 70% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**WRITING:** 64% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

**MATHS**: 67% of students were either ACHIEVING, ACHIEVING with MERIT or OUTSTANDING for their age;

Reading, Writing and Mathematics are vital components of learning in the New Zealand Curriculum. In 2019 our teachers continued to track children’s progress at the end of each term in these three important areas. Below are our mid and end of year results showing student performance in each of these subjects against nationally expected standards for each child at a specific age. We are continuing this process in 2020 and results will be posted as we have them.

We have continued to identify students as ‘Above’, ‘At’, ‘Below’, or ‘Well Below’ the standard expected for each child at their age when overall teacher judgements are made. You will be able to see patterns over a number of years. In school, we use our tracking data termly to identify children who might be struggling and who need an extra learning boost or more in-depth support.

**2019 Results**

**All Students Tracking End of Year 2019 **[Based on 103 students]

**READING**: 83% of students were either AT or ABOVE the age-expected standard [4% more than 2018];

**WRITING**: 76% of students were either AT or ABOVE the age-expected standard [3% fewer than 2018];

**MATHS**: 88% of students were either AT or ABOVE the age-expected standard [2% more than 2018];

**Maori Students Tracking End of Year 2019 **[Based on 24 students]

Reading: 87% At or Above the age-expected standard

Writing: 75% At or Above the age-expected standard

Maths: 87% At or Above the age-expected standard

**All Students Tracking Mid-2019 **[Based on 98 students]

Reading: 75% At or Above the age-expected standard

Writing: 70% At or Above the age-expected standard

Maths: 84% At or Above the age-expected standard

**Maori Students Tracking Mid-2019 **[Based on 24 students]

Reading: 81% At or Above the age-expected standard

Writing: 73% At or Above the age-expected standard

Maths: 81% At or Above the age-expected standard

**2018 Results**

**All Students Tracking End of Year 2018 **[Based on 110 students]

**READING**: 79% of students were either AT or ABOVE the age-expected standard;

**WRITING**: 79% of students were either AT or ABOVE the age-expected standard;

**MATHS**: 86% of students were either AT or ABOVE the age-expected standard.

**Maori Students Tracking End of Year 2018 **[Based on 37 students]

Reading: 76% At or Above the age-expected standard

Writing: 76% At or Above the age-expected standard

Maths: 86% At or Above the age-expected standard

**All Students Tracking Mid-2018 **[Based on 110 students]

Reading: 76% At or Above the age-expected standard

Writing: 72% At or Above the age-expected standard

Maths: 73% At or Above the age-expected standard

**Maori Students Tracking Mid-2018 **[Based on 44 students]

Reading: 71% At or Above the age-expected standard

Writing: 64% At or Above the age-expected standard

Maths: 73% At or Above the age-expected standard

**2017 Results**

**All Students Tracking 2017 **[Based on 98 students]

Reading: 73% At or Above the National Standard

Writing: 72% At or Above the National Standard

Maths: 79% At or Above the National Standard

**Maori Students Tracking 2017 **[Based on 38 students]

Reading: 62.5% At or Above the National Standard

Writing: 62.5% At or Above the National Standard

Maths: 70% At or Above the National Standard

**2016 Results**

**All Students Tracking 2016 **[Based on 95 students]

Reading: 76% At or Above the National Standard

Writing: 70% At or Above the National Standard

Maths: 73% At or Above the National Standard

**Maori Students Tracking 2016 **[Based on 36 students]

Reading: 74% At or Above the National Standard

Writing: 66% At or Above the National Standard

Maths: 63% At or Above the National Standard