2018 CHARTER - Lincoln High School

 
2018 CHARTER - Lincoln High School
2018 CHARTER
2018 CHARTER - Lincoln High School
Foreword

The Lincoln High School charter is the working document of the board of trustees and provides the basis for its operation. The charter sets out the board’s
strategic leadership expectations for the next 3-5 years. The charter reflects what the board is doing to improve outcomes for Lincoln High School students.
There is a major focus on preparing students to be the very best they can be in a future-focused global world.
The charter comprises 5 major sections
    1.   Introduction (He kupu whakataki)
    2.   Strategic section (Te mahere rautaki)
    3.   Annual section (Te whainga a tau)
    4.   Analysis of Variance 2017 (Te tātari i ngā rerekētanga)
    5.   Operational section (Te whakatukunga)

The introductory section gives statements to the school’s overarching aims for all our students; vision and values.
The strategic section sets out the board’s overarching aims for student progress and achievement, and strategic goals for the next 3-5 years. This section is
specifically focussed on school improvement, on developing teacher understanding of the impact of their practice on student learning, along with developing
student understanding of the learning process. It is this part of the plan that is action-orientated and governs practice at Lincoln High School.
The annual section provides a plan for the 2018 year to improve student achievement and progress. The goals and targets are aligned to the school’s strategic
aims. The document lists and explains each goal.
The operational section provides a framework for board operations: planning, review, and reporting processes.

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Table of Contents
Contents
Foreword ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
1.      Introduction (He kupu whakataiki)................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
     1.1        Strategic Goal Overview ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
     1.2        Description of School and Community Features ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.      Strategic Section 2018-2020 (Te mahere rautaki) ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
     Strategic Goal 1: The Lincoln tikanga is strongly evident in the behaviour and attitude of all members of the school community. .................................................................. 8
     Strategic Goal 2: Students develop global competencies ................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
     Strategic Goal 3: Students achieve their personal best with their academic results ......................................................................................................................................... 13
     Strategic Goal 4: Our community experiences feeling good and functioning well at Lincoln High School. ....................................................................................................... 17
3.      Annual Section (Te whainga a tau) ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 19
     2018 Annual Targets ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 24
4.      Analysis of Variance 2017 (Te tātari i ngā rerekētanga) ................................................................................................................................................................................ 30
5.      Operational Section (Te whakatukunga) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 51
     Examples of key priorities in 2018 to fulfil the National Administrative Guidelines (NAGs) ............................................................................................................................... 52
     Property Strategies 2018 -2019 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 55
     Financial Strategies 2018 to 2020 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 56
     Ngā Urupare Mātauranga mō Te Taumutu - Education ideas response ............................................................................................................................................................. 57

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1. Introduction (He kupu whakataiki)

                                                   Our Purpose: To nurture and guide our students to be the best they can be

                       Our Motto:
                                                                                       Our Vision: Ready to thrive in a changing world
                  Seek the highest good

                                                                                        Kia:                                          Let’s be:
                                                                                        Whakamana                                     Respectful

                                                             Our Tikanga
                                                                                        Whakapono                                     Reliable
                                                                                        Manaaki                                       Supportive
                                                                                        Manawaroa                                     Resilient

         Strategic Goal 1                             Strategic Goal 2                         Strategic Goal 3                          Strategic Goal 4
         The Lincoln tikanga is strongly evident      Students develop global competencies.    Students achieve their personal best      Our community experiences feeling
         in the behaviour and attitude of all                                                  with their academic results.              good and functioning well at Lincoln
         members of the school community.                                                                                                High School.

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1.1          Strategic Goal Overview

         Strategic Goal 1                            Strategic Goal 2                           Strategic Goal 3                           Strategic Goal 4
         The Lincoln tikanga is strongly evident     Students develop global competencies.      Students achieve their personal best       Our community experiences feeling
         in the behaviour and attitude of all                                                   with their academic results.               good and functioning well at Lincoln
         members of the school community.                                                                                                  High School.

         The Lincoln tikanga is embedded in the      Teaching and whole school                  At the end of Year 9, students will have   Staff will experience a high level of
         school culture.                             programmes will focus on the effective     made significant progress in               satisfaction working at Lincoln High
                                                     development of the Key Competencies.       Mathematics, Reading and Writing.          School.

         Staff and students are committed to
         working effectively within the bicultural   Lincoln High School graduates will be      There will be a trend of continual         Grow Waitaha Wellbeing Team will
         context of Aotearoa New Zealand.            Asia Ready.                                improvement, with results above Decile     develop a model and action plan for
                                                                                                10 means.                                  wellbeing for staff and students at
                                                                                                                                           Lincoln High School.
         Students have an understanding of, and      To be an active and committed partner
         respect, the cultures of the diverse        in the Ngā Mātāpuna o Ngā Pākihi Kāhui     The number of students that complete
         peoples of New Zealand.                     Ako, working to enhance learning           Year 13 with UE will increase to 78%.
                                                     opportunities for all students.

         Sustainability: physical, social and                                                   The achievement of Māori students will
         economic awareness.                         Students will develop and use digital      be indistinguishable from the whole
                                                     literacy strategies and tools to enhance   school.
                                                     their learning and living.

                                                                                                The achievement of males will be
                                                                                                indistinguishable from the females of
                                                                                                the school.

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1.2    Description of School and Community Features

Lincoln High School is a contemporary co-educational high school. For over fifty years it has served communities of the Selwyn District. The school takes
advantage of its location in the environmentally-aware township of Lincoln to provide extensive opportunities for students. Local businesses, science and
research institutes, as well as a range of activities in Christchurch, are regularly included in programmes to make learning meaningful, enjoyable and
challenging for students.

The school roll is becoming increasingly multicultural and reflects the nature of the rapidly-growing residential areas of the town and district. The school has a
successful International Student Department which provides a wide range of experiences for our international students. The school is able to offer all the
advantages of a city high school in a pleasant and spacious semi-rural environment. Excellent facilities are available for a wide range of sporting and cultural
activities.

We pride ourselves on the very wide range of courses we offer, many of which are directly linked to courses in tertiary institutions. A number of our students
participate in the Secondary Tertiary Programme and attend tertiary institutions two days a week. Individual counselling is provided for each student to
ensure that appropriate courses are selected.

The school is a member of the Community of Learning (Ngā Mātāpuna o Ngā Pakihi) which formed in 2016. The CoL includes six local primary schools, the
high school and nine Early Childhood Centres. The CoL has worked effectively as a cluster for three years, before moving to a CoL in 2016, to provide an
excellent transition for students from early childcare to primary and to secondary school alongside a number of other initiatives.

Extensive upgrading of school facilities includes the preparation of students and staff for innovative learning practices with the refurbishment of some
learning areas into innovative learning spaces and the development of a master plan for school development over the next 15-20 years. Students have been
involved in curriculum design and decision making. Improvements to the school campus increasingly integrate traditional mana whenua values (respect for
the land) with future-focused learning requirements.

The school has developed a strong relationship with the local rūnanga and marae, which are both very supportive in promoting the learning and success of
Māori students, as Māori.

The school’s shared vision and values are contributing to a positive school culture and promote respectful and supportive relationships with the school
community.

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2.       Strategic Section 2018-2020 (Te mahere rautaki)
This section sets out the board’s overarching aims for student achievement and progress, and the strategic goals for the next 3-5 years. The following diagram
illustrates the strategic alignment of key structures at Lincoln High School.

                                                                          Charter
                                                                        Background
                                                                     Guiding principles
                                                                     Review processes
                                                                 NEGs, NAGs, NZC, Ka Hikitia
                                                                  Community Consultation

                                                                 Mission, Vision and Values

                                                                  Strategic Plan (3-5 years)

                                                                        Annual Plan

                                                               Departmental Goals and Plans
                                                                            n

                                                            Performance Management Systems
                                                                   and Individual Goals

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Strategic Goal 1: The Lincoln tikanga is strongly evident in the behaviour and attitude of all members of the school community.
    Target performance objectives                      Indicators                                                          Priorities
                                                                                             2018                              2019                            2020
 Target 1:                                   Our Lincoln tikanga is strongly    The Lincoln tikanga will be        The Lincoln tikanga will be       The Lincoln tikanga will be
 The Lincoln tikanga is embedded in the      evident in all aspects of school   promoted in school assemblies      promoted in school assemblies     promoted in school
 school culture.                             life.                              and school newsletters.            and school newsletters.           assemblies and school
                                                                                                                                                     newsletters.
                                                                                The school council will promote    The school council will promote
                                             The Principal will report on the
                                                                              and model the Lincoln tikanga.       and model exemplary school        The school tikanga will be
                                             following:                       Continue the Junbesi                 tikanga in all they do.           aligned with PB4L
                                                                                sponsorship and consider other                                       behaviour expectations
                                             1. The strategies and              ways of “doing good for others”.
                                                programmes in place
                                                aiming to integrate our         Year 3 of PB4L will enable LHS
                                                tikanga into staff, student     to embed the Lincoln tikanga in
                                                and whānau experiences.         the school culture.
                                             2. The effectiveness of the
                                                strategies and processes.       Support the 2017 House
                                                                                initiatives to promote greater
                                                                                participation and engagement.

                                                                                The Junior Linc classes will
                                                                                embrace “doing good for
                                                                                others” with their end of year
                                                                                activities.

                                                                                We will continue to embed Ngā
                                                                                Uara into the Lincoln High
                                                                                School culture.

                                                                                The junior council will focus on
                                                                                one major project that will
                                                                                promote the Lincoln tikanga.

 Target 2:                                   1. Te Reo and tangata              A review with the BOT will be      Development of tikanga            Explore extensions to the
 Staff and students are committed to            whenua tikanga will             held to measure progress with      knowledge and our school waiata   Te Taumutu marae visits
 working effectively within the bicultural      continue to be more             the knowledge and                  with the school council.          for our school community.
 context of Aotearoa New Zealand.               visible around the school.      understanding of the treaty.
                                                                                                                                                     Māori Development plan
                                                                                                                                                     embedded.
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2. Development of a Māori          The Māori Development Plan        Embedding of the Year 9
                                            Development Plan.               will be reviewed and supported    students visits Te Taumutu
                                         3. Te Reo will be used more        within the school.                marae as part of their Social
                                            in teaching and learning                                          Studies programme – greater
                                                                            Staff will be supported to        focus on tikanga and school
                                            across the school.
                                                                            deepen their knowledge and        waiata.
                                         4. Staff will learn the school     understanding of the treaty
                                            waiata.                                                           Māori Development plan
                                                                            Development of tikanga            embedded.
                                         The Principal will report on the   knowledge and our school
                                         effectiveness of programmes        waiata with the school council.
                                         and provide evidence of staff
                                         and students’ developing bi-     The staff will continue to learn
                                         cultural competence.             the school waiata and will sing
                                                                            the waiata in appropriate
                                                                            settings e.g. the graduation
                                                                            ceremony.

                                                                            Year 9 will learn the waiata.

                                                                            Third year of Year 9 students
                                                                            will visit Te Taumutu marae as
                                                                            part of their Social Studies
                                                                            programme – greater focus on
                                                                            values and school waiata.
 Target 3:                              1. Development of a Pasifika        Analyse the achievement data      Continue to monitor and             Continue to monitor and
 Students have an understanding of, and    Development Plan.                for our Pasifika students and     improve on strategies for success   improve on strategies for
 respect, the cultures of the diverse   2. The Principal will report on     compare to the baseline data      with our Pasifika students.         success with our Pasifika
 peoples of New Zealand.                   the values outcomes of           developed in 2017.                                                    students.
                                           the programme for
                                                                            Look for ways for our Pasifika
                                           becoming a more Asia             students to celebrate their
                                           Aware school, and final          culture at events within
                                           outcomes from the Asia           Canterbury and beyond.
                                           NZ longitudinal research.
                                                                            Develop a Pasifika Development
                                         The Principal will report on the Plan.
                                         effectiveness of programmes
                                         and provide evidence of
                                         students’ understanding of,
                                         and respect for the culture of
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the diverse peoples of New
                                        Zealand.
 Target 4:                              1. Developing the concept          Development of a heightened         Embed sustainability practices       Embed sustainability
 Sustainability: physical, social and      and practice of                 awareness of sustainability         into learning programmes.            practices into learning
 economic awareness.                       sustainability.                 through educating students of                                            programmes.
                                        2. Raising increased               the benefits.                       Continue to look at sustainability
                                                                                                               around the school – enhance
                                           awareness of sustainability
                                                                           Make students aware of the          environmental areas with
                                           within LHS in the future.       new 6 classroom build which         student voice.
                                        3. Developing a workable           features sustainable practices
                                           framework.                      with both a social and economic
                                                                           focus.
                                        The Principal will report on the
                                        development and                    Continue to support BOT goal of
                                        implementation of                  including sustainability into any
                                        programmes that provide            BOT decisions.
                                        evidence of the school’s
                                                                           Audit current recycling
                                        sustainable practices.
                                                                           processes and energy
                                                                           management.

                                                                           Promote further education of
                                                                           student sustainability leaders by
                                                                           outside organisations.

                                                                           Maintain litter management
                                                                           and continue to educate
                                                                           students on the benefits of the
                                                                           Mahoe Reserve.

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Strategic Goal 2: Students develop global competencies
   Target performance objectives                     Indicators                                                          Priorities
                                                                                          2018                             2019                                2020
 Target 1:                                  The Principal will report on     Revised rubrics for the KC will   Ensure SOLO and KC rubric are      Re-evaluate the effectiveness
 Teaching and whole school                  the following:                   be a focus within the Year 9 &    embedded into the culture at       of the KC rubrics.
 programmes will focus on utilizing the     Embedding of the junior          10 Linc class programme.          LHS.
 Key Competencies (KC).                     student key competency                                                                                Maintain Key Competency
                                                                             Continue the review of the Key    Explore ways the KC can be         focus within the Linc class
                                            self-assessment rubric
                                                                             Competencies Rubric using         integrated into the senior Linc    programme.
                                            through Linc class.              SOLO to ensure language is        classes.
                                                                             easy to read and simplified for
                                            Detailed programmes and          students to engage with.          Should we be considering
                                            strategies for evaluating                                          alternative approaches to
                                            their effectiveness, including                                     ensuring the KCS are
                                            student self-assessment, will                                      embedded?
                                            be in place.

 Target 2:                                  The Principal will report on     Embed BYOD with all classes       Embed BYOD across the school       Further embed BYOD across the
 Students develop and use digital           the following                    ensuring they are a tool for      community.                         school community.
 literacy strategies and tools to enhance   1. Further development on        engaging and motivating
 their learning and living.                     the ICT Strategic Plan.      learners giving students a        All members of the school          All members of the school
                                                                             heightened global awareness.      community exhibit responsible      community exhibit responsible
                                            2. Successful integration of
                                                                                                               digital citizenship.               digital citizenship.
                                                BYOD.                        Implement the revised ICT
                                            3. Report on the progress on     Strategic plan.                   The digital strategies will
                                                the Digital Citizenship                                        continue to be a focus for staff
                                                across the school.           Embed Teams into learning         professional learning.
                                                                             programmes for students
                                            Review the digital               across all learning areas.        Further development of
                                            technologies curriculum                                            Edsmart as a tool for
                                            across all levels.               Utilize Teams for staff use.      communication of trips etc.

                                                                             Further development of the use
                                                                             of the KAMAR portal for
                                                                             students and parents.

                                                                             Utilise the School App.

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Further development of
                                                                             Edsmart as a tool for
                                                                             communication of trips etc.

                                                                             The digital strategies will
                                                                             continue to be a focus for staff
                                                                             professional learning.

                                                                             Develop a Digital Citizenship
                                                                             programme through TAL to be
                                                                             implemented through Linc
                                                                             classes.
 Target 3:                                  The Principal will report on     Continue the support of the          Explore the sustainability of the   Sustainability of the ALLIS
 Lincoln High School graduates will be      the following:                   International students               ALLiS project for Mandarin          project post MOE funding.
 Asia Ready.                                1. Progress with the             programme at LHS.                    language learning with Year 7-8
                                               Awareness.                                                         students with/without MLA
                                                                             Year 3 of ALLiS project – will see   support.
                                            2. Report on the
                                                                             the integration of Asian
                                               development of the Asia       language learning across a           Review progress on the second
                                               Readiness/Development         range of contributing schools        language achievement
                                               Programme.                                                         challenge through the CoL.
                                                                             Our HOLA Languages will
                                            Graduates will have the          continue to develop
                                            skills required to effectively   programmes to be
                                            engage with Asia and its         implemented within the Year 9
                                            peoples.                         Social Studies “Looking East”
                                                                             module.

                                                                             Support the CoL achievement
                                                                             challenge of students learning a
                                                                             second language.
 Target 4:                                                                   Implementation of the                Engage with the achievement         Engage and review the
 To be an active and committed partner                                       achievement challenges               challenges.                         achievement challenges.
 in the Ngā Mātāpuna o Ngā Pākihi                                            through the appointment of
 Kāhui Ako, working to enhance                                               within school teachers and           Active participation in the CoL     Active participation in the CoL
                                                                             involvement in the across            initiatives including SOLO,         initiatives including SOLO,
 learning opportunities for all students.
                                                                             school teacher roles.                Science and TOD.                    Science and TOD.

                                                                             Active participation in the CoL
                                                                             initiatives including SOLO,
                                                                             Science and TOD.

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Strategic Goal 3: Students achieve their personal best with their academic results
   Target performance objectives                    Indicators                                                             Priorities
                                                                                        2018                                2019                                 2020
 Target 1:                                  1A: At the end of Year 9 in    The CEM English, Mathematics        Ensure all learners are engaged    Ensure all learners are engaged and
 At the end of Year 9, students will have   Mathematics, using a SOLO      and Reasoning tests will be         and achieving.                     achieving.
 made significant progress in               rubric:                        evaluated with Year 9 cohort to
                                                                           provide better triangulation of     Implement outcomes from the        Continue to look at the
 Mathematics, Reading and Writing:          • Supported learning
                                                                           data from contributing schools.     review of the impact of            effectiveness of the enrichment
                                                class will be at Level 3
                                                                                                               streaming for our junior           programme in the junior school –
                                                relational.                Refine and report on SAC            students.                          this may be impacted with the
                                            • Core classes will be at      detection for students.                                                expected lower junior school
                                                Level 4 relational.                                            Review of the impact of            numbers.
                                            • Enrichment classes –         Use SOLO and levels of the          streaming for student success in
                                                90% will be at Level 5     curriculum for analysis of the      the junior school.
                                                multistructural in each    mathematics data at the junior
                                                of Number knowledge,       level.                              Look at the effectiveness of the
                                                                                                               enrichment programme in the
                                                Number operations,
                                                                           Use AsTTLe levels for analysis of   junior school – this may be
                                                and Algebra.
                                                                           the reading and writing data at     impacted with the expected
                                                                           the junior school.                  lower junior school numbers
                                            1B: At the end of Year 9 in
                                                 English, using AsTTLe:    Use SOLO rubrics across the
                                            • Supported learning           curriculum, where appropriate,
                                                class will be at 3P.       for all junior students to ensure
                                            • Core classes will be at      quality data for measuring levels
                                                4P.                        of attainment in line with
                                                                           curriculum levels.
                                            • Enrichment classes –
                                                90% will be at 5B in       Review of the impact of
                                                literacy.                  streaming for student success in
                                                                           the junior school.

                                            Trend of increasing levels     Measure and monitor
                                            of progress in                 achievement in AsTTLe or other
                                                                           testing methods for enrichment
                                            Mathematics, Reading, and
                                                                           classes at Year 9 and 10.
                                            in Writing.
                                                                           Align our literacy and numeracy
                                                                           goals with the achievement
                                                                           challenges in the CoL.

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Target 2A:                                Improvements in school       HOLAs to use Learning Area            HOLAs to use Learning Area              HOLAs to use Learning Area
 There will be a trend of continual        leaver and endorsement       reports on NCEA to discuss with       reports on NCEA to discuss with         reports on NCEA to discuss with
 improvement, with results above           results compared with        their staff the goals for 2018.       their staff the goals for 2019.         their staff the goals for 2020.
 Decile 10 means.                          2015.
                                                                        Further development of Linc           Learning area reports must align        Ensure individual teacher analysis
                                                                        class mentoring programmes to         with teacher goals and individual       of senior NCEA results is in line
                                           Trend line still going up.   enable students to achieve at         evaluation of their results.            with HOLA analysis.
                                                                        the highest level possible.
                                                                                                              Review effectiveness of Flexible
                                                                        Continue to explore ways to           Learning Room for at risk
                                                                        improve the UE pass rate              students.
                                                                        through Linc classes and better
                                                                        educating of why UE is                Look to broaden the range of
                                                                        important.                            subjects with “open entry” for
                                                                                                              increased flexibility of choice for
                                                                        Linc classes at the senior level      students.
                                                                        will engage students early with
                                                                        how to find NCEA individual           Review Individual enrichment
                                                                        summary data for goal setting,        classes for Year 11 students in
                                                                        striving for each student to          English, Mathematics and
                                                                        achieve their personal best.          Science.

                                                                        Review effectiveness of Flexible      Review all Year 11-12 students
                                                                        Learning Room for at risk             will do 6 subjects with increased
                                                                        students.                             flexibility of courses.

                                                                        Continue with Individual
                                                                        enrichment classes for Year 11
                                                                        students in English and
                                                                        Mathematics and consider the
                                                                        role of the Science enrichment
                                                                        course.

                                                                        All Year 11-12 students will do 6
                                                                        subjects with increased flexibility
                                                                        of courses introduced in 2016.

 Target 2B:                                We will measure the          Baseline data has been                Linc teachers of Year 13 students     Linc teachers of Year 13 students
 The number of Year 13 students            percentage of students       established – share this data         will closely monitor student          will closely monitor student
 leaving school with UE will increase to   (also consider the males     with HOLAs.                           achievement throughout the            achievement throughout the year to
 78% (i.e. those who are intending to                                                                         year to ensure UE goals are

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gain UE – not the NZQA measure of        and females separately)        Expand on the use of the NCEA      attainable and that students are   ensure UE goals are attainable and
 those eligible for Level 3).             who leave school with UE.      App to help students achieve       aware of criteria.                 that students are aware of criteria.
                                                                         their goals.
                                          The trend for the number
                                                                         Look at the projected UE results
                                          of students gaining UE will
                                                                         for males and females
                                          increase                       separately.

                                                                         Discuss UE targets with parents
                                                                         and students – communicate
                                                                         relevance of the qualification
                                                                         and the external exams.
 Target 3:                                3A: Trend of improving         Māori students will be mentored    Māori students will be mentored    Māori students will be mentored by
 The achievement of Māori students will       NCEA results for Māori     by AP responsible for our          by AP responsible for our          AP responsible for our priority
 be indistinguishable from the whole          school leavers,            priority learners throughout the   priority learners throughout the   learners throughout the year.
 school.                                      compared with 2017         year.                              year.
                                              and previous years,
                                                                         Linc teachers will identify and    Students will be fully
                                              continues.                 support all Māori students to      encouraged and supported to
                                                                         succeed.                           participate in external Māori
                                          3B: Year 9 Māori students                                         development programmes.
                                          • Supported learning           Use report data to monitor
                                              class will be at Level 3   progress for all students.
                                              relational (SOLO) or 3P
                                              (AsTTle).                  SOLO rubrics will be clearly
                                          • Core classes will be at      identified for progress against
                                                                         these targets.
                                              level 4 relational
                                              (SOLO) or 4P (AsTTle).     More support will to be provided
                                          • Enrichment classes –         to Linc teachers by AP, TIC Te
                                              90% will be at Level 5     Reo Māori.
                                              multistructural (SOLO)
                                              or 5B (AsTTle) in each     Students will be fully
                                              of Number knowledge,       encouraged and supported to
                                              Number operations,         participate in external Māori
                                              and Algebra and            development programmes.
                                              literacy.
                                                                         LHS will continue to encourage
                                                                         and support Year 10 Science
                                          Achievement of Māori           students to participate in He
                                          students will be

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indistinguishable            Puna Pūtaiao in partnership with
                                         compared to whole school.    the University of Canterbury.
 Target 4:                               Trend of improving NCEA      Introduction of further new          HOLAs will report to the Principal   Linc teachers monitor the progress of
 The achievement of males will be        results for male school      courses for increased                on the progress of males in their    boys throughout the year.
 indistinguishable from the females of   leavers compared with        engagement for boys.                 department report.
 the school.                             2017 and previous years                                                                                HOLAs monitor progress of males as
                                                                      HOLAs will report to the Principal   Review impact on progress of         assessments are completed.
                                         continues.
                                                                      on the progress of males in their    Males in the newly created
                                                                      department report.                   courses from 2018.
                                         Achievement of male
                                         students will be raised to   Review 2018 new courses, which       Linc teachers monitor the
                                         the level of females.        had a heightened focus for           progress of boys throughout
                                                                      engagement of boys. e.g. English     the year.
                                                                      in the Outdoors.

                                                                      Linc teachers monitor the
                                                                      progress of boys throughout the
                                                                      year.

                                                                      Review appropriateness of
                                                                      using AsTTle data to measure
                                                                      progress for boys.

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Strategic Goal 4: Our community experiences feeling good and functioning well at Lincoln High School.
   Target performance objectives             Indicators                                                            Priorities
                                                                                 2018                                2019                                  2020
 Our community experiences feeling   1.   A survey involving       Further support the staff with the   Aspire to be a deep professional     Aspire to be a deep professional
 good and functioning well.               staff may be used by     new timetable and creation of        learning community through           learning community through
                                          the Principal’s          Linc time within the teaching        growth in the HOLA (Heads of         growth in the HOLA (Heads of
                                          appraiser.               programmes.                          Learning Areas), TAL (Teaching       Learning Areas), TAL (Teaching
                                                                                                        and Learning) groups within the      and Learning), curriculum unit
                                     2.   Informal feedback
                                                                   Aspire to be a deep professional     school.                              holders group, and the Strategy
                                          and Principal self-      learning community through                                                Groups within the school.
                                          reflection.              growth in the HOLA (Heads of         All teaching staff meet with the
                                     3.   Improved teaching        Learning Areas) and TAL              Principal or a designated member     All teaching staff meet with the
                                          practices through        (Teaching and Learning) groups       of SLT for a Professional            Principal for a Professional
                                          support of, and          within the school.                   Development Cycle meeting            Development Cycle meeting
                                          access to professional                                        (Appraisal) once a year – usually    (Appraisal) once a year – usually
                                          development.             Development of key projects in       in term 3-4.                         in term 3-4.
                                                                   TAL – Digital Citizenship and
                                                                   Teaching and Learning                Provide opportunities for staff to   Further development of the CoL
                                                                   Framework.                           interact outside of formal           and lead teachers across and
                                                                                                        curriculum work.                     within schools.
                                                                   Review how we maintain
                                                                   strategic focus on SOLO and          Embed He Kākano values into
                                                                   integrate into all aspects of        school to improve Māori student
                                                                   learning at LHS.                     outcomes.

                                                                   Refinement of the staff appraisal    Work closely with Rolleston
                                                                   system and the use of student        College, Ellesmere College and
                                                                   voice as a tool for teachers to      Darfield High School for the
                                                                   reflect on their practice.           betterment of all students in the
                                                                                                        Selwyn District.
                                                                   All teaching staff meet with the
                                                                   Principal or a designated member     Further development of the CoL.
                                                                   of SLT for a Professional
                                                                   Development Cycle meeting            Implementation of the Wellbeing
                                                                   (Appraisal) once a year – usually    model which the Grow Waitaha
                                                                   in term 3-4.                         group developed in 2018.

                                                                   Provide opportunities for staff to   Development of the Selwyn
                                                                   interact outside of formal           School Cluster as per MOE
                                                                   curriculum work.                     investigation in 2015-6.

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Continue to support PD
                                   opportunities for all staff each
                                   year.

                                   Embed He Kākano values into
                                   school to improve Māori student
                                   outcomes.

                                   Work closely with Rolleston
                                   College, Ellesmere College and
                                   Darfield High School for the
                                   betterment of all students in the
                                   Selwyn District.

                                   Appointment and development
                                   of the CoL and lead teachers
                                   across and within schools
                                   alongside the implementation of
                                   the achievement challenges.

                                   Support for the Grow Waitaha
                                   Wellbeing Team (GWWT) which
                                   aims to produce a model for
                                   wellbeing for staff and students
                                   at LHS.

                                   Complete a wellbeing survey with
                                   all staff and students.

                                   GWWT will utilise data and
                                   wellbeing model to develop and
                                   initiate an action plan for
                                   2018/19.

                                   GWWT provide PD of wellbeing
                                   to staff.

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3.    Annual Section (Te whainga a tau)
Strategic Goal 1: The Lincoln tikanga is strongly evident in the behaviour and attitude of all members of the school community.
         Annual Goal                                         Actions                                 Personnel       Resource          Timeline
 1.1 Year 3 PB4L will enable   •   PB4L team will work with and support staff to embed PB4L         PB4L team      Time          2018 ongoing
     LHS to develop more       •   Linc teachers will work closely to support PB4L initiatives                                   sessions
     consistency with our      •   PB4L will be clearly communicated to the school community                       Training
     tikanga across the
     school.
 1.2 Junior Council            •   The Junior council will have one major project focus alongside   AP in charge   Time          Ongoing
                                   building capabilities in their sub-councils                      School
                               •   Build on their 2017 initiatives                                  Council
 1.3 House System              •   Introduction of a House Co-ordinator to facilitate efficient     AP in charge   Time          Ongoing
                                   management of House Leaders (staff and students)                 School
                               •   Publish House Calendar so everyone is aware of the timing for    Council
                                   events
 1.4 Completion of the Māori   •   Draft plan to be shared for consultation with whānau             Principal      Time          Term 1 2018
 Development plan              •   Present Development Plan to BOT                                  AP in charge
                                                                                                    Māori                        Term 1/2
                                                                                                    HOD Māori
 1.5 School Waiata             •   Continue with staff development of the waiata making             HOD Māori      Māori staff   Ongoing
                                   authentic settings work
                               •   Introduce waiata to Year 9 students and the School Council to
                                   begin working with students
 1.6 Development plan for      •   Consult with whānau                                              Principal      Time          Term 1/2
 Pasifika students             •   Celebrate Pasifika successes                                     AP in charge   Connection
                                                                                                    Pasifika       to whānau
                                                                                                                   outside of
                                                                                                                   school
 1.7 Sustainability            •   Link new classroom build to an education plan for students in    Principal      Time          Term 1
                                   Science to be more aware of sustainability at LHS                HOLA
                               •   Audit recycling processes and increase what we are currently     Science
                                   doing

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Strategic Goal 2: Students develop global competencies.
        Annual Goals                                         Actions                                    Personnel       Resource           Timeline
 2.1 Review ICT Digital       •    Review the Digital Strategy                                        Director        Time            Term 2
 Strategies Strategy          •    Teams development for 2018 – continue to develop and               Digital
                                   provide professional learning opportunities for teachers using     Strategies      Relief for
                                   Teams                                                                              teachers
                              •    Ensure students have sufficient information to use Teams from
                                   home
 2.2 Digital Citizenship      •    Development of a programme for Digital Citizenship to be           TAL             Time            Term 1-4
                                   implemented through Linc classes or other methods as defined       Director
                                   in the TAL review                                                  Digital
                                                                                                      Strategies
 2.3 Key Competencies for     •    Linc teachers at Year 9 spend time discussing the KCs and          HOL Year        Time            Throughout the year
 Year 9-10 students                developing a self-awareness for students                           9/10                            at Linc teacher
                              •    Year 9/10 students use SOLO rubrics for KCs                        Classroom                       meetings
                                                                                                      teachers
                                                                                                      Year 9/10
                                                                                                      AP in charge
                                                                                                      Linc
                                                                                                      Linc teachers
 2.4 Asia Readiness           •    Development of the achievement challenges for second               Principal       Time            Ongoing
                                   language learning including Mandarin provision for Year 7-8        HOLA
                                   students                                                           Languages       Money for
                              •    Investigate sustainability of ALLiS with MLAs after the contract   JNR Social      Resources
                                   finishes in July 2018                                              Studies
                                                                                                      teachers        TA paid from
                                                                                                      MLAs            ALLiS project
                                                                                                      TA for
                                                                                                      languages
 2.5 Ngā Mātāpuna o Ngā       •    Implementation of the achievement challenges through the           CoL Leaders     Time            Term 1-4
 Pakihi Kāhui Ako                  appointment of within school teachers and involvement in the       SLT
 engagement                        across school teacher roles                                                        Resources
                                                                                                                      for within
                              •    Active participation in the CoL initiatives including SOLO,                        and across
                                   Science and TOD conference                                                         school roles

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Strategic Goal 3: Students achieve their personal best with their academic results.
        Annual Goals                                          Actions                                 Personnel       Resource           Timeline
 3.1 Review use of AsTTLe      •   CEM Numeracy, Literacy and Reasoning assessment to be used        HOD            Staff           Ongoing
 for summative analysis of         to expand on the data we have available to measure student        Learning
 student progress at Year 9-       levels for class placement and quicker diagnosis of learning      Support        Time
 10                                needs                                                             HOLA English
                               •   Develop quicker analysis of tests relating to students seeking    &              Software
                                   SAC (Special Assessment Conditions)                               Mathematics    applications
                               •   Link progress on assessing against curriculum levels with SOLO    AP
                                   to develop a more robust measuring tool for student progress      curriculum
                                   with Mathematics. English will continue to use AsTTle. Specific   Principal
                                   goals around the banded classes for improvement in SOLO
                                   levels/AsTTle levels have been set. Ensure templates are in
                                   place for measuring SOLO at curriculum levels 3-5 for Year 9
                                   students in Mathematics and 3P – 5B AsTTle in English
 3.2 Academic achievement      •   Linc teachers of Year 11-13 students to work with students to     AP in charge   Time            Ongoing
 for senior students               regularly review progress and check levels of achievement and     Linc &         PD sessions
                                   attendance                                                        curriculum
                               •   Teachers will need to upskill with the use of KAMAR so they       Senior Linc
                                   can accurately monitor students – NCEA results, attendance,       teachers
                                   academic profiles                                                 KAMAR
                               •   Include a clear understanding of UE requirements, sitting         expert
                                   externals and Derived Grades exams                                HOL Year 11-
                               •   Develop the use of the NCEA App for students to monitor their     13
                                   own progress
 3.3 NCEA Endorsements         •   Work with HOLAs to establish clear goals for classes to aspire    Principal      Meetings        Ongoing
                                   to with certificate endorsements                                  HOL Year 11-   with AP
                               •   Linc teachers to monitor endorsements and guidelines with         13             Curriculum
                                   students                                                          AP in charge   and HOLAs
                                                                                                     Linc &         and Principal
                                                                                                     curriculum
                                                                                                     Senior Linc
                                                                                                     teachers
                                                                                                     ICT Director

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3.4 Achievement of Māori      •   Monitor Māori and Pasifika students and set clear pathways for   AP in charge     Time         Ongoing
 and Pasifika students             success                                                          Māori/Pasifika
                               •   Link monitoring to whānau for support from home                  students
                               •   Look to introduce seniors mentoring juniors to support success   Linc teachers
                                   for all                                                          + teachers
 3.5 Increase UE attainment    •   Make Linc teachers aware of the lower success rate for our       Linc teachers    Time         Ongoing
 levels for Year 13 students       Year 13 students                                                 Tutors
                               •   Analyse 2017 data including males and females separately to      AP               KAMAR
                                   look for trends to explain discrepancy with our UE data          Curriculum       training     Term 1
 3.6 Lead school in SOLO       •   Continue partnership with Pam Hook                               Principal        Time         Ongoing
                               •   Provide SOLO leadership across the CoL                           TIC SOLO
                               •   Look for ways to develop middle manager leadership in SOLO       HOLAs            Money
                                   across learning areas                                            SCTs
                                                                                                    Teachers
 3.7 Ngā Mātāpuna o Ngā        •   Continue to play a lead role in the CoL through SOLO, BYOD,      Principal        Time         Ongoing
 Pakihi CoL                        ALLiS, and providing professional development opportunities      CoL Leaders
                                   for all teachers                                                 Teachers         Money
                               •   Full participation in the CoL Conference day in Term 2           HOLA
                               •   Lead ALLiS project with the local schools                        Languages        Leadership

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Strategic Goal 4: Our community experience feeling good and functioning well at Lincoln High School.
        Annual Goals                                           Actions                                   Personnel         Resource           Timeline
  4.1 Staff professional      •    All teaching staff appraised by the Principal or a designated SLT   All teaching     Interview         Term 3 and 4
  development cycle                member                                                              staff and        times
  (Appraisal)                 •    Appraisal to include at least one collaborative Inquiry cycle,      Principal, SLT
                                   which is to be completed by the end of Term 2 and will include      SCT
                                   student voice
  4.2 Professional Learning   •    Professional learning teams will operate 5-6 times a year to        HOLAs            Meeting times     Term 1-4
  Teams                            facilitate learning for teachers. Teachers will self-select PLTs    SLT
                              •    Use TAL and SCT to set up Learning teams and provide support        Director         Costs for PD –
                                   for teachers to complete effective Inquiry Cycles                   Digital          Mindlab and
                              •    Review the maintenance of SOLO at LHS                               Strategies       Growth
                                                                                                       SCTs             mindset
                                                                                                       SOLO             groups
                                                                                                       teacher
  4.3 Professional            •    Encourage staff to participate in regional subject associations     AP               Time              Ongoing
  Development                 •    Encourage staff to attend and present at professional               curriculum
  opportunities                    development and conferences                                         HOLAs            Money
                                                                                                       Principal
  4.4 Wellbeing Survey        •    All staff will complete a wellbeing survey by the end of Term 3.    Principal        Time and cost     Term 3
                                   The NZCER survey will be used for teachers and modified for         SLT              to NZCER
                                   support staff
                              •    The student NZCER survey will be completed in Term 2                                                   Term 2
  4.5 Grow Waitaha            •    Work collaboratively with Grow Waitaha on the Wellbeing             AP in charge     Relief for days   Term 1-4
  Wellbeing Team                   project                                                             Pastoral         out at courses
                              •    Measure and monitor wellbeing of our community using
                                   appropriate methods                                                 GWWT             Money
                              •    Wellbeing model developed
                              •    GWWT will utilise data and wellbeing model to develop and                            Time
                                   initiate an action plan for 2018/19
                              •    GWWT provide PD of wellbeing to staff

  4.6 TAL projects            •    Completion of the Digital Citizenship programme                     TAL group        Time              Term 1-4
                              •    Completion of the Teaching and Learning Framework                   SCT
                                                                                                       Principal

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2018 Annual Targets
                                                                      Student Achievement Target 1
 Strategic Goal 3              Students will achieve excellent academic results
 Target 1                      The highest qualifications of Māori school leavers will continue to grow.
 Baseline data
                                                                  Te Kura Tuarua o Waihora Māori Leaver Results
                                   120.00%

                                   100.00%

                                    80.00%

                                    60.00%

                                    40.00%

                                    20.00%

                                     0.00%
                                               2011                2012          2013       2014               2015           2016          2017

                                                   L1+                     L2+                     L3 (or above)              UE
                                                   Linear (L1+)            Linear (L2+)            Linear (L3 (or above))     Linear (UE)

                               Māori leaver data 2017
                                                                             Whole Cohort                             Māori
                                   # Leavers                                        331                                 38
                                   No Formal Achievement
                                                                                     2                                  0
                                   L1+                                             95.1%                              89.4%
                                   L2+                                             91.5%                              86.8%
                                   L3 (or above)                                   61.9%                              47.3%
                                   UE                                              41.9%                              23.6%

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Action Plan Target 1 2018
 What?                                 Who?                                  How?                                                                Timeframe
 Review of NCEA data within learning   Teachers                              Teachers are to individually review their NCEA data and set goals   Term 1
 areas                                 HOLAs                                 for improvement in areas of need.
                                       AP Curriculum                         Use Learning area report template to report under the headings
                                       AP Māori and Pasifika students        provided.

 2017 Analysis reviewed and            Principal                             Discussion at the HOLA meeting to then be disseminated to           Term 1
 discussed with HOLAs                  AP Curriculum                         learning areas.
                                       HOLAs                                 HOLAs discuss in meeting with Principal.
 Māori and Pasifika students           AP Māori and Pasifika students        Students identified and mentored by Linc teachers with input        Term 1 - 4
 mentored                              Linc Teachers                         from tutors.
 Māori students mentored for           Career Advisor + Tutors + AP Māori    Meetings with students.                                             Term 2-3
 careers                               and Pasifika students
 Review of Māori and Pasifika          AP Māori and Pasifika students        AP Māori and Pasifika students summarises data and meets with       Term 4
 student successes and plans           Linc teachers                         the principal to consider recommendations for 2019.
 developed for support in 2019

                                                                Student Achievement Target 2
 Strategic Goal 3   Students will achieve excellent academic results
 Target 2           Year 9 Māori students will achieve as follows:
                    • Supported learning class will be at Level 3 relational (SOLO) or 3P (AsTTle)
                    • Core classes will be at level 4 relational (SOLO) or 4P (AsTTle)
                    • Enrichment classes – 90% will be at Level 5 multistructural (SOLO) or 5B (AsTTle)

                    in each of Number knowledge, Number operations, Algebra and Literacy.
                    (NB: Mathematics learning area are using SOLO and English Learning Area are using AsTTle)

                    Entrance test data using CEM tests 2018 Year 9 cohort data

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Baseline data                                                                                    English Stanine Distribution
                                                            60
                                                            50

                                                         Frequency for this School
                                                            40
                                                            30
                                                            20
                                                            10
                                                                           0
                                                                                         1     2     3    4     5 6       7       8   9
                                                                                                               Stanine

                                                                                                   2018 Year 9 cohort                                          2017 Year 9 cohort

                                                                                                         2018 Year 9 cohort                                              2017 Year 9 cohort
                      English: approx. 63 students entered with a stanine score between 1-3                                                   English: approx. 80 students entered with a stanine score between 1-3
                      (27% of students)                                                                                                       (24% of students)
                      Mathematics: approx. 69 students entered with a stanine score between                                                   Mathematics: approx. 90 students entered with a stanine score between
                      1-3 (29% of students)                                                                                                   1-3 (27% of students).

                                                                                             Mathematics Stanine Distribution
                                                  50
                                                  45
                                                  40
                             Frequency for this School

                                                  35
                                                  30
                                                  25
                                                  20
                                                  15
                                                  10
                                                   5
                                                   0
                                                                                     1        2      3     4     5    6       7       8   9
                                                                                                                Stanine

                                                                                                   2018 Year 9 cohort                                          2017 Year 9 cohort

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Action Plan Target 2 2018
 What?                                    Who?                                             How?                                                   Timeframe
 Progress of Māori and Pasifika boys      Tutors & HOLA English and Mathematics            Monitor students.                                      Term 1-4
 monitored                                HOD Learning Support
                                                                                           Work with Linc teachers so they are monitoring
                                          AP Māori and Pasifika students
                                                                                           students at risk – early detection.
                                          HOL Year 9
 SOLO rubric data collected               HOLA Mathematics                                 Testing conducted with all classes being clear about   Term 4
                                                                                           levels within test.
 SOLO and AsTTle data summarised          HOLA English & Mathematics                       Analysis of summary data noting progress of priority   Term 4
 and presented to principal in Junior                                                      learners.
                                          HOD Learning Support
 Learning Area report
                                          KAMAR expert
 Evaluation of the change in              HOLAs                                            Evaluate progress through AsTTle and SOLO plus         Term 4
 streaming at the junior level                                                             review within Learning Area reports.
                                          HOL Year 9/10
 With the removal of the
                                          Tutor Year 9/10
 numeracy/literacy classes in 2018
 we want to evaluate progress for
 this group

                                                                    Student Achievement Target 3
 Strategic Goal 3                Students will achieve excellent academic results
 Target 3                        The highest qualifications of male school leavers will continue to improve.
 Baseline data                   Leaver Data 2010 – 2017 (2017 data provisional from school calculated results)
                                                  2010      2011       2012     2013     2014       2015     2016     2017
                                  Level 1+           91        92        94        96       97        95        94     93
                                  Level 2+           75        71        88        85       90        84        81     88
                                  Level 3+           36        46        48        51       54        41        40     50

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Action Plan 2018
 What?                                    Who?                                    How?                                                           Timeframe
 Review NCEA progress for all senior      HOLs                                    Included in Learning Area reports.                             Term 1
 boys                                     AP Māori/ Pasifika
                                                                                  Look at courses that are not suiting boys.
                                          Tutors & HOLs & HOLAs
                                                                                  Look at courses which are suiting boys, in particular the
                                                                                  new courses introduced in 2018.
 Identify boys at risk of not gaining a   HOLs                                    Year 11-13 Linc teachers check Academic record on              Term 1-3
 qualification                            Tutors & Linc teachers                  KAMAR.
 Review new courses which are             HOLAS & AP Curriculum                   Look at NCEA success and engagement in new courses and         Term 2-3
 attracting boys                                                                  teacher feedback.
 Interventions put in place for boys      Literacy and numeracy teachers          Check for numeracy and literacy requirements.                  Term 3-4
 who are at risk – use of the flexible    HOLs & Tutors
                                                                                  Check for subjects that boys are falling behind in.
 learning room.                           AP Māori and Pasifika students
                                          FLR teachers

                                                                    Student Achievement Target 4
 Strategic Goal 3                 Students will achieve excellent academic results.
 Target 4                         The number of Year 13 students leaving school with UE will increase to 78% (i.e. those who are intending to gain UE – not the NZQA
                                  measure of those eligible for Level 3). We will also obtain baseline data for the difference between males/females for UE attainment.
 Baseline data                    NZQA’s statistics on UE pass rates are not meaningful. They do not take in to account the students that are not eligible to obtain UE due to
                                  the courses being studied (not UE approved subjects). In 2017 11% of the Yr 13 cohort were not eligible for UE (not studying 3 or more UE
                                  approved courses). A further 11% of the cohort did not plan to obtain UE as it was not part of their academic pathway.

                                  All students were surveyed and Linc teachers monitored the students UE progress as a way of addressing the expected target for our UE
                                  success rate. Our statistics are based on our students’ intentions/goals and are therefore specific to our school which is more meaningful
                                  Based on a school survey:
                                     • In 2014 74% of cohort surveyed, 85% were planning to gain UE
                                     • In 2015 72% of cohort surveyed, 82% were planning to gain UE
                                     • In 2016 72% of cohort surveyed, 83% were planning to gain UE
                                     • In 2017 100% cohort surveyed. 78% were planning to gain UE

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Result 2014: 74%
                                  Result 2015: 71%
                                  Result 2016: 73%
                                  Result 2017: 76%

Action Plan 2018

 What?                                                 Who?                                How?                                           Timeframe
 Teachers made aware of UE requirements                Linc Teachers                       Linc Meetings.                                 Term 1
                                                       Tutors & AP Curriculum              Staff meeting & summary information.
 HOLA discussion of UE requirements                    Principal & HOLAs                   Meeting times.                                 Term 1
 Review of 2017 data to highlight areas of concern     AP Curriculum & HOLAs & Principal   HOLA meeting & department reports.             Term 1- 2
 Review student courses for Year 13 to ensure      AP Curriculum & Tutors                  Staff meeting on Linc Class or Linc teacher    Term 1
 there is a clear understanding of UE requirements                                         Friday meetings.
                                                   Year 13 Linc teachers & Year 13
                                                                                           Wednesday Linc lessons.
                                                   students
 Check progress for UE for all students                Linc Teachers                       Resources emailed or presented to teachers.    Term 1-4
                                                       AP Māori/Pasifika students          Completed in Linc class each term via shared
                                                                                           spreadsheet.
 Survey students on intentions for UE                  Linc teachers                       Linc class time                                Term 1-4
 This will be a collection of data from all students
 in Year 13 each term
 Provide interventions for those not meeting UE        AP curriculum                       Linc Class time.                               Term 3-4
 requirements – use literacy and numeracy                                                  Use Flexible learning time for students.
                                                       Linc teachers
 teachers if needed                                                                        Flexible Learning Room to be used for numeracy
                                                                                           and literacy needs in 2018.

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4. Analysis of Variance 2017 (Te tātari i ngā rerekētanga)
                                                                      Student Achievement Target 1
 Strategic     Students will achieve excellent academic results
 Goal 3
 Target 1      The highest qualifications of Māori school leavers will continue to grow.
 Baseline
 Data                              Te Kura Tuarua o Waihora Māori Leaver Results
                120%
                100%
                 80%
                 60%
                 40%
                 20%
                  0%
                           2010          2011           2012           2013    2014           2015            2016

                                   L1+                          L2+                   L3 (or above)
                                   UE                           Linear (L1+)          Linear (L2+)
                                   Linear (L3 (or above))       Linear (UE)

               Māori leaver data 2016:
                                                               Whole Cohort                           Māori
                # Leavers                                          343                                 34
                No Formal Achievement                               2                                   1
                L1+                                              95.6%                                94.1%
                L2+                                              87.1%                                85.3%
                L3 (or above)                                    54.8%                                44.1%
                UE                                               38.2%                                26.5%

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Analysis for
 2017
                                          2011                2012                   2013                   2014                   2015                  2016               2017

                                   Whole              Whole                  Whole                  Whole                  Whole                  Whole              Whole     Māori
                                             Māori               Māori                  Māori                  Māori                  Māori                 Māori
                                   Cohort             Cohort                 Cohort                 Cohort                 Cohort                 Cohort             Cohort

                  # Leavers         298          26    298            43      326            30      314            27      300            40      343          34    331          38

                  No Formal
                  Attainment         1           0      1             0        0             0        2             0        2             0        2           1      2            0

                  L1+              93.3%     84.6%    95.6%          93.0%   96.9%          97.0%   97.4%          100%    96.6%          92.5%   95.6%     94.1%    95.1%     89.4%

                  L2+              76.8%     61.5%    87.2%          83.7%   89.0%          87.0%   92.3%          88.8%   88.6%          87.5%   87.1%     85.3%    91.5%     86.8%

                  L3 (or above)     56%      46.2%    52.0%          46.5%   57.1%          53.8%   61.4%          70.4%   53.0%          55.0%   54.8%     44.1%    61.9%     47.3%

                  UE                44%      30.8%    42.0%          34.9%   44.8%          33.0%   46.4%          37.0%   38.0%          30.0%   38.2%     26.5%    41.9%     23.6%

                Analysis:
                   • Although we have achieved the goal of our Māori student leavers being over 85% for NCEA Level 2, it is disappointing to see our Māori NCEA Level
                        1 leavers data down for last year. Four students have left Lincoln High School without NCEA Level 1. Three of those four students are now
                        completing a course and will look to obtain NCEA Level 1 through this, while the other student is now a fulltime secondary school student overseas
                   • An area of concern is still the percentage of our Māori student leavers obtaining University Entrance. We will continue to focus on what is
                        happening with regard to University Entrance for our Māori students. It is important to note that out of the Year 13 Māori students who were
                        aiming to achieve University Entrance at the beginning of 2017, all students obtained the University Entrance qualification.

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Te Kura Tuarua o Waihora Māori Leaver Results
                                   120.00%

                                   100.00%

                                    80.00%

                                    60.00%

                                    40.00%

                                    20.00%

                                     0.00%
                                                 2011             2012          2013         2014               2015         2016          2017

                                                  L1+                     L2+                       L3 (or above)            UE
                                                  Linear (L1+)            Linear (L2+)              Linear (L3 (or above))   Linear (UE)

               Māori School leavers with at least NCEA Level 2 or equivalent
               Priority outcome one in the Ministry of Education statement of intent is; improving education outcomes for Māori learners.
               One of the goals of Ka Hikitia – Accelerating Success 2013-2017 states:
                   • Of the Māori students who turn 18 in 2017, 85% will achieve at least NCEA Level 2 or an equivalent qualification
                   • Lincoln High School Māori students leaving school with at least Level 2 is at 86.8% which is above the national long-term goal

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Lincoln High School Leavers Level 2+
                                                      100.00%
                                                       80.00%
                                                       60.00%
                                                       40.00%
                                                       20.00%
                                                         0.00%
                                                                    2011       2012       2013    2014        2015       2016    2017

                                                                              Māori                      Whole Cohort
                                                                              Linear (Māori)             Linear (Whole Cohort)

               Analysis:
               For the last five years, we have achieved the Ka Hikitia goal of 85% of students who turn 18 achieving NCEA Level 2. Our Māori students are still slightly
               below our non-Māori students.

               Evaluation & where to from here:
               We will continue to monitor the progress of our Māori school leavers. While positive to see that 87% of our Māori school leavers have achieved at least
               NCEA Level 2, there is still work to do to ensure that this number continues to improve as 13% have still not met this goal.

               Māori Student Endorsements:
                           2010     2011          2012           2013       2014       2015      2016        2017
                Level 1      9       14            14              8         10         15        12          12
                Level 2      1        6             4              9          9          9         9           8
                Level 3      0        2             4              3          7          7         1           5

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Māori Student Endorsements

                2017
                2016
                2015
                2014
                2013
                2012
                2011
                2010

                       0       5        10             15             20         25      30       35

                                             Level 1        Level 2    Level 3

               We feel it is important to continue to have high expectations (Mana Motuhake) for our Māori students, so have included data on our endorsements for
               Māori students.
               The endorsement rates for Level 2 have remained very similar to last year and our Level 1 is the same as last year. It is fantastic to see that the
               endorsement rates for NCEA Level 3 has risen again. This was clearly evident through conversations with the Year 13 students as they strove for an
               endorsement as they recognised the importance of this as they aimed for Tertiary Education in 2018.

               Nga ākonga Māori - Te Kura Tuarua o Waihora 2018:
                       Year Level                 School Cohort                       Number of Māori Students
                            9                          237                                  16 (6.8%)
                           10                          286                                  22 (7.7%)
                           11                          355                                  40 (11.3%)
                           12                          386                                  37 (9.6%)
                           13                          271                                 27 (10.0%)
                         Total:                       1535                                 142 (9.3%)

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Evaluation and where to from here:

               School Leaver Information
               During 2017, out of the 38 school leavers, only 18 left with Level 3 or higher, which is slightly higher than 2016. We are continuing to have conversations
               with our Māori students to ensure that a “strong pathway” – Te Arārirā is taking place. This is also being supported by the LINC teacher who will work in a
               one on one mentoring capacity with all students.
               It is important to note that out of the five Māori school leavers who left without NCEA Level 2, four of these students have continued their education in the
               tertiary setting and will be completing their NCEA qualifications through a course. The other student is completing his secondary schooling overseas.
               Of the 20 Māori student leavers who left without NCEA Level 3, which is a slight improvement on last year, 10 of these students will be continuing their
               education in the tertiary setting and will be completing NCEA Level 3 through a course.
               A continued area of interest is students leaving with University Entrance with only 9 of the 38 Māori student leavers having achieved this. At the beginning
               of 2017, our Assistant Principal with responsibility for Māori students spoke to the Year 13 Māori students and only 9 of the students were aiming for
               University Entrance, of these 9, all students obtained this goal.

               We will continue to monitor the progress and leaving data for all Māori students with the Assistant Principal mentoring and monitoring progress. This will
               be extended through the work done in all learning areas whereby the Head of Learning Area monitors and reports on progress for all Māori students.

                                                                  Student Achievement Target 2
 Strategic   Students will achieve excellent academic results
 Goal 3
 Target 2    Year 9 Māori students will achieve as follows:
                • Supported learning class will be at Level 3 relational (SOLO) or 3P (AsTTle)
                • Numeracy/literacy classes will be at Level 4 multistructural (SOLO) or 4B (AsTTle)
                • Core classes will be at level 4 relational (SOLO) or 4P (AsTTle)
                • Enrichment classes – 90% will be at Level 5 multistructural (SOLO) or 5B (AsTTle)

             in each of Number knowledge, Number operations, Algebra and Literacy

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Baseline    Entrance test data using 2017 CEM tests
 Data

             The Entrance test data indicates approx. 80 students in English entered with a stanine score between 1-3 (24% of students) and approx. 90 students in
             Mathematics between stanine 1-3 (27% of students).

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