Charter 2018 Strategic Plan - Flat Bush School

 
Charter 2018 Strategic Plan - Flat Bush School
Charter 2018
     Strategic Plan                                                                      2018 Annual
      2018-2020                                                                             Plan

Flat Bush School: Mahia nga mahi nei tamariki ana “ Strive while young”
Charter 2018 Strategic Plan - Flat Bush School
MISSION STATEMENT
                                “To provide children with opportunities to be confident, connected and actively involved lifelong learners
                                                               who are proactive citizens of the world”.

                                                                                    SCHOOL MOTTO
                                                                                  “Strive while young”
                                                                             Mahia nga mahi nei tamariki ana

                      Flat Bush Values                                            The Flat Bush Learner                        Flat Bush Values

       Whakawhanaungatanga: In the sense of                               Learner questions, shows initiative       Gagana ma Anganu’u: Treasure your
       whanau and school working together to                              and strives to succeed .                  language, culture and identity
       reflect our community’s values;                                    Effective at working co-operatively
       ‘we work for each other’                                                                                     Alofa: encompasses love, sharing,
                                                                          and independently.                        charity, sacrifice and commitment
       Manaakitanga: Caring for and respecting
       each other; ‘we care about others’                                 Able to read, write and speak with        Fa’aaloalo: reciprocal respect and
       Atawhai: Whanau and school working                                 confidence.                               involves honouring others, especially
       together to nurture the students                                   Realises the importance of being          elders or those of senior status
       ‘we value others’                                                  honest and fair.                          Fealofani: Working together
       Tu pono: Knowing oneself, one’s identity;                          Nurtures and respects the                 Tautua: Is serving others in the aiga
       ‘we know who we are’
                                                                          environment,themselves and others.        (family) lotu (church) Nu’u (village) and
       Mahi Ngatahi: Working collaboratively;
                                                                          Enthusiastically participates in school   paepaega o tagata (community)
       ‘we work as a team ‘
       Arohatia: Nurturing showing approval;                              and community activities.
       ‘ we encourage others’                                             Reliable and responsible.

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Charter 2018 Strategic Plan - Flat Bush School
FLAT BUSH KEY GOALS

        1. Children will demonstrate a high level of self-worth and resilience. (Self-worth and resilience are enhanced by areas such as wairua,
        spirituality, culture, the arts, academic success and sport. Children are treated holistically)

        2. Children will be confident, competent, inquiring, self-motivated lifelong learners. (Striving to reach their best)

        3. Children will be effective communicators who can work cooperatively and collaboratively. (In English and their home language)

        4. Children will be responsible and active global citizens. (Also refer to values page-10 of the N.Z curriculum.)

                                 By the time children leave school at year 6, students should be actively involved lifelong learners.

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Charter 2018 Strategic Plan - Flat Bush School
WHO ARE WE?

        Flat Bush is a decile 1 school in Otara, Manukau City, established in 1964. The school has a roll of between 400-430 students.

        We serve a predominantly Pasifika Maori community, with a significant number of children from non-English speaking backgrounds and a number of our children
        start school with a limited knowledge of language (Language 1 & 2) and consequent language difficulties.

        There is a limited amount of participation in Early Childhood Education in the community. We have engaged the support of our local Early Childhood Centres, and
        continued to be involved in the Working Together programme as a means of improving in this area.

        Our children come from a variety of Pacific backgrounds and Iwi.

        As is the case in other parts of Auckland there are a high number of rental properties in the area, and a high level of pupil transience.

        Our school includes a satellite unit from Mt Richmond Special School consisting of two classrooms which was completely refurbished in 2017. We have close links to
        our local kindergarten which borders our school grounds.

        In 2018 our specialist classes include three Samoan Focus classes, 12 e-learning classes, a Maori focus class (Nga Manaakitanga) ,the Garden to Table Programme,
        specialist art classes and specialist drumming classes for all year levels as well as Kapahaka lessons for Nga Manaakitanga.

        In 2018 we will be operating within 3 learning teams and each team consists of six classrooms.

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Charter 2018 Strategic Plan - Flat Bush School
Cultural Diversity and Tikanga Maori

        Flat Bush School recognises the importance of all aspects of both Maori and the various Pasifika cultures that make up our student population.

        The school currently has three Samoan Focus classes in Yrs 1-2, 3-4 and 5-6 as well as a Maori Focus (Te Whare o Te Matauranga) for students in Yrs 4-6. We value
        children’s ethnic heritage and home language and work to maintain this. Encouraging parents in the use of children’s home language and its importance is a key part
        of our message to parents

        Instruction in Tikanga Maori and Te Reo Maori will be provided in all classes by the class teachers and professional development will be available when needed by
        teachers. The teaching of Te Reo will be at a basic level. School activities will be designed, where possi ble to include and acknowledge Tikanga Maori.

        Parents who wish to have their children taught te reo at a higher level (ie immersion or bi-lingual) will be advised to try and enrol them in another school which is
        able to provide such instruction. Should a sufficient number of parents request bi -lingual or immersion teaching of Te Reo the board would consider how this might
        be provided.

        As a board we believe there is a place at Flat Bush for a Maori Focus class and that through exploration of Te Ao Maori these students will continue to develop and
        build a greater understanding of their culture and identity. We continue to support the Te Reo of children coming in from Kohanga or Kura while at the same time
        ensuring their success in English. The needs of Maori children entering the school need to be constan tly assessed and catered for.

        Special Needs

        Special needs students are always welcome at Flat Bush. Our Deputy Principal is our SENCO and ensures maximum support is always available to both the students
        and their families as well as the staff involved. Special Needs students, other than those in the Mt Richmond class are always integrated into the mainstream and
        most interventions occur in the context of the child’s normal class programme.

        Mt Richmond children are integrated when and where appropriate, and this is an area under development. Whanau are always welcome and are an integral part of
        planning processes through IEPs as well as more general discussions that occur with them on a regular basis

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Charter 2018 Strategic Plan - Flat Bush School
Community Consultation Term 4 2016/17
In Week 5 of Term 4, 2017 a survey
was conducted to investigate and
                                                                          Subject          2016         %         2017         %     Variance
gather our community’s voice on                                                        257 responses          931 responses
what they viewed as important
                                                                E-Learning                  21         8.1         66         7.1      -1 %
learning areas and qualities they
                                                                Health                      37         14.4       125         13.4     -1%
would like their children to develop
during their time in our school.                                Language and                20         7.8         88         9.5     + 1.7%
                                                                languages
Learning Areas were separated into 2
                                                                Mathematics                 46         17.9       155         16.6    -1.3%
groups.
                                                                Reading                     45         17.5       155         16.6    -.09%
Community response indicated a
strong focus on                                                 Science                     10         3.9         65         7.0     +3.1%
Mathematics/Reading and Writing.                                Social Sciences             8          3.1         44         4.7     +1.6%
                                                                Te Reo Maori                13         5.1         27         2.9     -2.2%
In other curriculum areas
Environmental Education/Sports and                              Technology                  18         7.0         85         9.2     +2.2%
P.E were areas of importance to our                             Writing                     39         15.2       121         13.0    -2.2%
community.

The qualities of Respect/Caring and
Confidence were the leading qualities
that our community selected.

This is the second year we have sent
a survey home in T4 and both sets of
data are included (2016/17)

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Charter 2018 Strategic Plan - Flat Bush School
Subject                         2016             %            2017 Total      %     Variance
                                 257 responses                      number
                                                                 931 responses

     Dance                            17             6.6              71          7.6         +1%

     Drama                            13             5.1              59          6.3     +1.2%
     Environmental                    40             15.6             116         12.4          3.2%
     Education
     Kapa Haka                        12             4.7              39          4.2         -.5%

     Music                            35             13.6             124         13.3        -.3%

     Pasifika                         20             7.8              75          8.1     +.3%

     Physical Activity                36             14.0             111         11.9    -2.1%
     (fitness)

     Physical Education               38             14.8             112         12.0    -2.8%
     (skills)

     Sports (Rugby,                   38             14.8             117         12.6    2.2%
     Netball, etc)

     Visual Art                       19             7.4              84          9.0     +1.6%

     Other                            N/A             -                4
                                                                    Graphic
                                                                Design/Material
                                                                     Tech

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5 Qualities that are most important for our students to develop in their time with us at FBS
     Quality                     2016           %           2017 Responses                           %             Variance
                                  270                              995 (total)
                                (total)

     Caring                       38          14.0%                    103                          10.3%   -3.7%

     Confidence                   37          13.7%                    135                          13.5%   -.2%

     Co-operation                 16           5.9%                    78                           7.8%     +1.9%

     Generosity                    9           3.3%                    32                           3.2%     -.1%

     Gratitude                    13           4.8%                    35                           3.5%     -1.3%

     Independence                 15           5.5%                    65                           6.5%     +1.0%

     Perseverance                  8           2.9%                    25                           2.5%     -.4%

     Problem solving              21           7.7%                    97                           9.7%     +2.0%

     Resilience                    5           1.8%                    23                           2.3%     +.5%
     Respect                      43          15.9%                    157                          15.7%    -.2%

     Responsibility               28           10.3                    104                          10.4%    +.1%
     Self-control                 17            6.3                    60                           6.0%     -.3%

     Self-Management              11           4.0%                    59                           5.9%     +1.9%

     Tolerance                     9           3.3%                    22                           2.2%     -1.1%

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National Standards Targets

        Mathematics, to increase the number of children achieving at or above expected progress in Mathematics

        Current Standard

        Maths National Standards results based on 2016 and 2017 results.

                                                          2016            2017

        Above standard                              16.8%            18.6%

        At Standard                                 42%              35.8%

        Below Standard                              30.3%            38.1%

        Well Below Standard                         10.5%            6.0%

        In 2017 Junior Teachers began to use the JAM assessment tool and this has been supportive in helping us to make our Overall Teacher Judgements. Also
        all year levels implemented the Developing Mathematical Inquiry Communities (DMIC) approach to the delivery of Mathematics.

        2018 Goal: Our goal therefore for 2018 is to have 80% of all students at or above their expected level of achievement in Mathematics, this is an increase
        of 25.6% from our 2017 figures.

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Target 1: To raise student achievement in Mathematics
    Historical Position                          Strategy                                     Action(s)                                       Reflection
    Flat Bush School has had an on-going         There has been evidence to support that      Pasifika Maths will be taught in all classes
    working relationship with Bobbie             when implemented the Pasifika Maths          DMIC mentors will work in school with
    Hunter and the Pasifika Maths                programme will accelerate student
    programme.                                   achievement in Mathematics.
    National Standard data in 2017 showed        Continue to utilise an Inquiry approach to   All year levels will ensure that the delivery
    that we have made progress in                the teaching of Mathematics using the        of Mathematics aligns with the FBS
    Mathematics against the NS over 2016-        DMIC strategies.                             Mathematics Curriculum Implementation
    17                                                                                        Plan
    Flat Bush School recognises the value of     Time will be given in team meetings to       The Mathematics Leader will ensure,
    continually up-skilling staff and has a      discuss Mathematics programmes,              through regular meetings and through the
    commitment to high quality                   individuals needing enrichment or            professional development plan, that staff
    professional development.                    extension, research and best practice        have access to the latest research and best
                                                 models.                                      practice.

    In 2017 the Flat Bush School                 Our FBS MCI outlines how Mathematics        All year levels will ensure that the delivery
    Mathematics Curriculum                       will be delivered across our school at all  of Mathematics aligns with the FBS
    Implementation plan was written.             year levels                                 Mathematics Curriculum Implementation
                                                                                             Plan
    We are very involved with learning           Share in learning experiences through the Set up ‘Rich, Real and Relevant
    experiences outside the classroom,           inquiry process that focus on involved      Experiences” to enrich the Mathematics
    including inquiry throughout the             with the learning experiences.              experience. Set up programmes that
    process.                                                                                 motivate and inspire students to want to
                                                                                             do Mathematics.
    All classes in Yrs 1-3 have access to 15     Students in all classes will have access to Students in all classes will have access to
    Ipads and all classes in Yrs 4-6 have 25     an ICT device for Mathematics.              Mathletics.
    chromebooks

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Target 1a: To raise student achievement in Mathematics
 Student achievement target action plan
 Annual Target                                                                                                           Student Group
 To accelerate the literacy achievement of students identified as a cause for concern in Mathematics. All Maori Year 3   Gender: Male and Female
 male students writing well below the National Standards to make accelerated progress that will enable them to           Ethnicity: Maori and Pasifika
 finish the year at the National Standard.                                                                               Student Year: 4
 Historical Position                                                                                                     Targeted group: All Year 4 Maori and Pasifika students
 Teachers have had PLD in the teaching of Mathematics with through an Inquiry based approach.                            below expected progress level in Mathematics
 Action Plan
 What will the school do to meet the target                             When will it be done by            Who is involved / responsible     What resources will be allocated
 Leader for Mathematics will be selected from current staff.            Week 5. Term 1                     SMT

 The Mathematics Action Plan to be reviewed by Mathematics Team            End of Term 1, 2017             Maths Co-leaders and team         Time ($300)
 Leader and SMT.                                                                                                                             Release for Math team leader

 On-going development of benchmarks for student achievement in line        Week 8, Term 1,2017             Maths team/all teachers
 with Mathematic progressions and the New Zealand Curriculum.

 Obtain data on student achievement via diagnostic testing E-
 AsTTle/GLOSS/JAM.
 Time 1 goals to be created with students to prepare for Goal setting
 evening.

 Teachers in Years 1 and 2 will work alongside the mentors who will be     Week 3, T1 onwards              Teachers                          Funding from PLD
 in our school. We will also have PLD for staff in DMIC across the year                                                                      Time

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Regular conferencing with students and using data to inform and co-         Ongoing from Wk 3, T1   Teachers                      Nil
 construct learning intentions and success criteria with students.
 Mid year data will be collected and analyse and placed onto Etap

 Children are given daily opportunities to do Mathematics with clear         Ongoing                 Teachers                      Trip costs
 learning focus, feedback and next step. Including Learning experiences                              Students
 outside the class, all aligned with our FBS Mathematics Curriculum
 Implementation Plan

 Analyse student data across strands and cohorts at the end of the year      Terms 1-4               Teachers                      Time
 and identify areas for improvement in the following year.

 Mathletics will be available to all students and their families             Week 4, T1 onwards      Teachers/students             As part of total package including
                                                                                                                                   Reading Eggs and Reading
                                                                                                                                   Express ($20.00 per student)

 Target group students will be discussed at Team meetings and                Week 4, T1 onwards      Teachers/Maths team leaders   Nil
 strategies to accelerate their learning will be shared

 Prioritise spending and resourcing and allocate sufficient funds for 2018   Wk 3, T1 on-going       Maths Leader/SMT

 Success Criteria:
      End of Year assessment data
      All students to make accelerated progress from start of the year

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Written Language: To increase the number of children achieving at or above expected progress in Written Language

        Current Situation,
        Written Language National Standards results based on 2016 and 2017 results

                                                                   2016       2017

         Above Standard                                      10.8%        11.8%

         At Standard                                        42.0%         34.8%

         Below Standard                                      33.6%        41.7%

         Well Below Standard                                13.2%         11.8%

        These results indicate a small reduction in students At or Above the National Standard. Increased analysis and understanding of assessment data has
        ensured greater validity in OTJ’s. Also having a large influx of students throughout the year (183/428) has impacted on year to year comparisons.

        TARGET

        For 2018 our target group is anyone achieving below expected progress and in particular those just below standard, with the goal of reaching 80% at or
        above by the end of the year. Oral language continues to be the driver for improving written language.

        Success Criteria

        To have 80% At or Above expected progress in Written Language.

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Target 1: To raise student achievement in Writing
         Historical Position                            Strategy                                         Action(s)                                        Reflection
         National Standard data in 2017 showed          Prepare the 2018 PLD Literacy and Delivery   Literacy Leader and team will write the Action
         that we have had reduced progress in           Plan for the school which will have a focus  Plan and present this to the board. The
         Writing against the NS over 2016-17            on TAI                                       Literacy leaders will review all the
                                                                                                     documentation on pupils and look at the
                                                                                                     needs.
         Flat Bush School recognises the value of       Time will be given in staff and curriculum   The literacy leaders will ensure, through
         continually up-skilling staff and has a        meetings to discuss Literacy programmes,     regular meetings and through the professional
         commitment to high quality professional        individuals needing enrichment or extension, development plan, that staff have access to
         development.                                   research and best practice models.           the latest research and best practice.
                                                                                                     Staff will complete a teacher led inquiry as
                                                                                                     part of their 2018 Appraisal. This may have a
                                                                                                     focus on Writing.
         We had teachers engaged with the ALL           We will continue to share and integrate      Literacy Leader and Lead teachers will
         programme in 2016/17                           learning from our time in ALL in order to    continue to share with teams examples of
                                                        accelerate their progress.                   Best Practice

         School has developed a CAAP plan as part       Syndicates with the support of Lead              Review current CAAP plan and make relevant
         of Years 1-2 of ALL.                           Teachers in Litercay will review current CAAP    additions or alterations (on-going)
                                                        and make alterations when and where
                                                        necessary
         We are very involved with learning             Share in learning experiences through the        Set up ‘Rich, Real and Relevant Experiences”
         experiences outside the classroom,             inquiry process for report and recounts          to enrich the writing experience. Set up
         including inquiry throughout the process.      involved with the learning experiences.          programmes that motivate and inspire
                                                                                                         students to write.
         All classes in Yrs 1-3 have access to 15       All students will have access to an ICT device   E-Learning Lead Teacher to support teachers
         Ipads and all classes in Yrs 4-6 have 25       relevant to the learning experience              to source and locate learning experiences that
         chromebooks                                                                                     will motivate our students e.g.
                                                                                                         www.literacyshed.com

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Target 1a: To raise student achievement in Writing
 Student achievement target action plan
 Annual Target                                                                                                                 Student Group
 80% of all students at or above expected progress levels in Writing                                                           Gender: Male and Female
 Historical Position                                                                                                           Ethnicity: Maori and Pasifika
 Teachers have had PLD in the teaching of writing throughout 2014/15 with Stephen Graham and also Vision Education with        Student Year: 5
 Accelerated Learning in Literacy (ALL) 2016/17                                                                                Targeted group: Year 5 Maori and
                                                                                                                               Pasifika students Below expected
                                                                                                                               progress level in Writing
 Action Plan
 What will the school do to meet the target                                      When will it be done   Who is involved /   What resources will be allocated
                                                                                 by                     responsible
 Curriculum leader for Reading and Writing to be selected from current staff.    Week 5, T1 2018        Teachers            N/A
                                                                                                        Principal

 The Writing Action Plan to be reviewed, written and followed.                   End of T2,2018         Literacy Team       $100.00 (folders etc)
 On-going development of benchmarks for student achievement in line with                                Teaching Team
 National Standards, Literacy progressions and the New Zealand Curriculum.

 Obtain data on student achievement via diagnostic testing E-AsTTle. Analyse     Week 8, T1 2018        Literacy Leaders    Time ($600)
 written work samples according to E-AsTTle matrix.                                                     Teaching Staff      Literacy Leaders CRT

 Time 1 goals to be created with students to prepare for Goal setting evening.   March 2018             Teachers            N/A
 Data entered onto Etap.

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Each class will design and implement a programme catering specifically to the   Ongoing                 Teachers                   NIL
 needs of their students based on the data.                                                                                         Time

 Regular conferencing with students and using data to inform and co-construct    Ongoing                 Teachers                   Nil
 learning intentions and success criteria with students.                                                 Literacy Leaders

 Mid year data will be collected and analyse and placed onto Etap                End of T2, 2018         Teachers                   Nil
 Model correct writing (shared book, E-AsTTle and National Exemplars, LLP).

 Children are given daily opportunities to write with clear learning focus,      Ongoing                 Teachers                   Trip costs
 feedback and next step. Including Learning experiences outside the class.

 Analyse student data across strands and cohorts at the end of the year and      End of Term 4, 2018     Literacy Leaders           Time
 identify areas for improvement in the following year.                                                   Teachers

 Prioritise spending and resourcing and allocate sufficient funds for 2019.      WK 4 / T4               Literacy Leaders           Time
                                                                                                         Teaching team
                                                                                                         Principal

 Success Criteria
      End of Year assessment data
      All students to make accelerated progress from start of the year
 Recommendations Differentiated groupings will be established to provide for individual learning needs. Assessment information gathered in the first half of Term 1 will be
 used to create these groupings. Writing will take place at least 5 times a week and all lessons are part of a school wide emphasis on Literacy

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Reading: To increase the number of children achieving at or above expected progress in Reading

        Current Situation, end of 2017

                                                                   2016       2017

        Above Standard                                       29.1%        27.1%

        At Standard                                          39%          41.1%

        Below Standard                                       13.5%        17.4%

        Well Below Standard                                  18%          12.9%

        The standard of 68.2% at or above National Standard in 2017 is slightly higher than in previous years. This is in part to teacher confidence in administering
        assessment tools in Reading and their analysis of this information.
        Our target for 2018 is to have 80% of all students reading at or above expected progress in Reading

        TARGET GROUP

        For 2017 our target group is all pupils scoring just below expected progress level

        Success Criteria

        80% of pupils at or above (2017: 68.2%)

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Target 2: To raise student achievement in Reading
         Historical Position                Strategy                                                            Action(s)                                   Reflection
         We worked with Vision              Prepare the 2018 Literacy Action Plan for the school. Ensure        Write the Action Plan and present this to
         Education on Reading PLD in        that we are focused on the clear links between Reading, Writing     the Board. The Literacy leaders will
         2015/16/17 as part of ALL.         and Oral Language through the strategies being developed e.g.       review all the documentation on pupils
                                            activating prior knowledge, visualisation etc. Review how we        and look at the needs across all year
                                            collect the data to inform our decisions.                           levels in our school
         Flat Bush School recognises        Time will be given in staff and team meetings to discuss Literacy   The Literacy leaders will ensure, through
         the value of continually up-       programmes, individuals needing enrichment or extension,            regular meetings and through the
         skilling staff and has a           research and best practice models. Staff will be kept informed      professional development plan, that staff
         commitment to high quality         of relevant professional development offered.                       have access to the latest research and
         professional development.                                                                              best practice.

         We are very involved with          Share in learning experiences through the Inquiry process for       Set up “Rich, Real and Relevant
         Learning Experiences Outside       report and recounts involved with the learning experiences.         Experiences” to enrich reading
         The Classroom L.E.O.T.C                                                                                experiences. Continue to build the
         including Inquiry throughout                                                                           relationship between our school and Te
         the process.                                                                                           Tupu Library
         Students who are achieving         Set up an extension and enrichment programme to develop             A planned programme of enrichment and
         above the standard in reading      these student’s abilities.                                          extension is available for our most able
         language have not been                                                                                 readers
         catered for.
         Students who are achieving         Reading support available to accelerate their progress student      A planned programme of improvement
         below the standard in reading      progress through Reading Recovery use of Repetitive Reading         for children working below their
         are supported.                     and focus on high-frequency sight words                             chronological age.

         We have Reading Together           Lead Teachers to continue promoting both programmes to our          Regular information made available to all
         and Working together               school community                                                    families. Work with HIPPY co’ordinator as
         programmes                                                                                             a way of increasing numbers

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Target 2a: To raise student achievement in Reading
 Student achievement target action plan
 Ann ual Target                                                                                                          Student Group
 80% of all students at or above expected progress levels in Reading                                                     Gender: Male and Female
                                                                                                                         Ethnicity: Maori and Pasifika
 Historical Position                                                                                                     Student Year: 2
 There has been Supplementary Support PLD in Reading during 2015/16/17 (Vision Education) through our involvement in     Targeted group: Year 2 students achieving below
 the Accelerated Learning in Literacy Plan.                                                                              expected progress level in Reading
 Action Plan
 What will the school do to meet the target                                     When will it be done Who is involved /             What resources will be allocated
                                                                                by                      responsible
 Co-leaders for English (Reading/Writing) to be selected from current staff.    Week 5, T1 2018         Teachers                   Nil
                                                                                                        Principal

 The Reading Action Plan to be reviewed, written and followed. Develop             End of T2, 2018    Literacy Leaders             $100 (folders)
 benchmarks for student achievement in line with National Standards, Literacy                         Principal
 progressions and the New Zealand Curriculum.

 Junior School Team Leader released to support learning in all Junior classes      Wk 3, T1 onwards   Junior Team Leader           Staffing allocation of .1
 through a series of observations/modelling and coaching.

 Obtain data on student achievement via diagnostic testing, PROBE/STAR, cyclical   Wk 8, T1           Literacy Leaders             $500.00 (PROBE assessment kits)
 running records.                                                                                     Principal

 Each class will design and implement a programme catering specifically to the     Ongoing            Teaching Staff               Nil
 needs of their students based on the data.

 Regular conferencing with students and using data to inform and co-construct      Ongoing            Students / peers /           Nil
 learning intentions and success criteria with students.                                              Teacher

 Raise achievement using National formative testing tools; Time 2/3 data will be   Ongoing            Students / peers /           Nil
 collected and analysed. Data on Etap.                                                                Teacher
                                                                                                      Literacy Leader              N/A

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Model correct Reading comprehension strategies using skills developed through        Ongoing               Junior Team Leader     N/A
 PLD e.g. activating prior knowledge, summarising etc.                                                      Teacher and Students

 Children are given daily opportunities to read with clear learning focus, feedback
 and next step. Including Learning experiences outside the class.
                                                                                                            Literacy Leader        N/A
 Teachers to select Target Groups in Reading that are Well Below/Below the NS in      Week 5, T1 onwards    Junior Team Leader
 Reading. Ensure these groups are given every opportunity to accelerate in their                            Teacher and Students
 progress (more than 1 year) across the year.
                                                                                                            Literacy Leader        N/A
 Prioritise spending and resourcing and allocate sufficient funds for 2019.           Week 4 Term 4         Principal

                                                                                                            Literacy Leaders       N/A
 Analyse student data across strands and cohorts at the end of the year and           Week 6 Term 4         Principal
 identify areas for improvement in the following year. Data on Etap.                                        Teaching team

 Success Criteria
      End of Year assessment data
      All students to make accelerated progress from start of the year
 Recommendations:
      Differentiated groupings will be established to provide for individual learning needs.
      Assessment information gathered in the first half of Term 1 will be used to create these groupings.
      Reading will take place at least 5 times a week and all lessons are part of a school wide emphasis on Literacy.

Flat Bush School: Mahia nga mahi nei tamariki ana “ Strive while young”
School Based Targets for 2018

        Based on our results for 2017, and on discussion with staff we have determined that we need to continue with our goals set around Reading, Writing
        and Mathematics as well as ensuring the integration of Oral Language into all learning areas.

        In 2017 we have seen the development of student led inquiry in Years 5 and 6, with the reframing of our school into 3 syndicates this year we aim for
        this approach to be shared across all year levels.

        Approximately one quarter of our children are eligible for ESOL funding and this is used through staffing over entitlement and the employment of a
        large support staff that work in all year levels.

        Anecdotally we know that significant numbers of children, especially in the junior school who demonstrate the following attributes:

            ▪    Use one or two word utterances to answer teachers/use limited sentence structures in their verbal interactions
            ▪    Use a mixture of Language 1 and 2/have major difficulties with English tenses, genders, etc
            ▪    Cannot frame a simple question/will not question the teacher
            ▪    Will not, or cannot say when they do not understand/have as much difficulty with Language 1 as with English (ie are limited in both)

        In 2016/17 we were involved in the Accelerated Leaning in Literacy (ALL), again targeting oral language but again it was done via written language
        results.

        E-Learning
    In 2015 both ERO and management appraisal pointed to the need to move teachers and classes to a more integrated approach to learning, possibly
    more in terms of how we talk about learning than how we actually do our teaching. We believe E-learning provides a way forward for this. In 2017 we
    utilised the expertise of a Flat Bush School teacher to build teacher capacity and confidence. This was done through a serie s of observations followed
    by modelling/coaching sessions across all classrooms. In 2018 we have increased the number of devices available to all students across our school. This
    will align with the focus on accelerating boys writing and taking into account feedback from our male students in 2017 that i ndicated that one barrier
    identified in Written Language was their preference to write using a keyboard rather than pen or pencil. Also, our school Library has been repurposed
    as our Centre for Student Inquiry with the introduction of Access It which is another tool to support our focus on student led inquiry.

Flat Bush School: Mahia nga mahi nei tamariki ana “ Strive while young”
Flat Bush School: Mahia nga mahi nei tamariki ana “ Strive while young”
Flat Bush School: Mahia nga mahi nei tamariki ana “ Strive while young”
Flat Bush School: Mahia nga mahi nei tamariki ana “ Strive while young”
NAG2A (b)(i) Areas of strength
National Standard subject: Reading
Discussion

      82.3% (56/68) of our Year 4 students At or Above the National Standard
      78.2% (43/55) of our Year 6 students At or Above the National Standard
      69.3%% (34/49) of students after 3 years at school At or Above the National Standard
      68.6%% (47/64) of students after 2 years At or Above the National Standard.
      69.0% (111/161) of our female students At or Above the National Standard
      65.4% (123/188) of our male students At or Above the National Standard in Reading.
      67.0% (234/349) of all students at Flat Bush School are At or Above the National Standard in Reading
      OTJ’s have been made as a result of an improvement in the moderation and use of assessment data. We have included Running Rec ords as
       part of a balanced approach to making an OTJ and to include observation, conferencing and regular samples of student work
      Teachers continue to work on addressing areas of need in comprehension and to utilise PLD from previous years
      Reading Recovery support was available for selected Year 2 students
      Library open every lunchtime for students to use

NAG2A (b)(i) Areas for improvement
National Standard subject: Writing and Mathematics
Discussion:
    63.1% (36/57) of all Year 5 students at Flat Bush School Below or Well Below the National Standards in Writing
    59.9% (112/187) of all Male students at Flat Bush School Below or Well Below the National Standard in Mathematics
    55.8% (38/68) of all Years 4 students at Flat Bush School Below or Well Below the National Standard in Mathematics
    53.9% (187/347) of all students at Flat Bush School Below or Well Below the National Standard in Mathematics
NAG2A (b)(ii) Basis for identifying areas for improvement
Discussion:
    Overall Teacher Judgements in 2017 were based on credible assessment data and subsequently had a higher degree of validity
    Teachers have developed greater efficacy in the assessing and teaching of Writing and use of E-AsTTle as a formative and summative tool
    Discussion with teachers has highlighted that the Deliberate Acts of Teaching that support acceleration are not always taking place in
       Mathematics due to a lack of teacher pedagogical content knowledge
    Number Knowledge for students upon enrolment is very low and contributes to the large group of students Below the National Standard after
       1 year at school
    Junior Teachers were introduced to the use of the JAM tool in 2017, this will continue in 2018 and provide rich formative information.
    Assessment via GLOSS, E-AsTTle, Basic Facts te
    Ongoing discussion in staff and syndicate meetings focused on Target groups of students
   

NAG2A (b)(iii) Planned actions for lifting achievement
Discussion:
The following plans relate to both Writing and Mathematics;
    Analyse and review assessment information and identify those students who require extra support, through the use of Teacher Aide
        intervention, or access to external agencies e.g. RTLB, GSE
    Build on 2017 focus on teacher capability to make sound OTJ’s
    Teachers to use T1 assessment data to select target groups of students in Reading, Writing and Mathematics
    Teachers to complete a cycle of inquiry based upon a targeted Reading, Writing or Mathematics group
    Further strengthen the home school partnership programme (Working Together) for new Year 1 enrolments with the emphasis on Writing
        and Mathematics
    Continue to refine the moderation process at syndicate level to support staff to improve student outcomes and understanding of the National
        Standards
    Continue to develop teacher capability in the analysis and interpretation of assessment data to ensure we use this data to inform teaching
        practice
    Build on current knowledge of assessment tools (E-AsTTle, GLOSS/JAM/IKAN) and ensure new staff have a clear understanding of how to use
        them
    Ensure teachers are sharing assessment information with students as a way of developing student created learning goals
Sources of Information
(how do we know we are achieving where we say we are)
Monthly Principal reporting to the BOT sets out on a preplanned schedule the children’s achievement levels, areas of improvement etc. and includes the
sources of information provided each month. In 2017 we continue to work on our Student Led Inquiry across all year levels.
 Assessment are carried out formally on a preplanned schedule, and informally by teachers as needed
Our main assessments are:
Reading

       Running records (monthly to Level 18, twice a year thereafter)
       PROBE
       STAR
       E-AsTTle reading
       Wedge graphs (monthly to year 3)

Maths

       GLOSS (as needed and formally twice a year)
       NUMPA (on entry)
       JAM (Years 1-3)
       E-AsTTle
       Syndicate or level wide pre and post tests in non-numeracy strands
       Basic Facts (twice a year)

In Written Language

       E-AsTTle rubric

In addition to the formal and informal assessment the appraisal system will encourage teachers to select a Target group in either Reading, Writing and
Mathematics as the context to frame their 2018 Teaching Inquiry. Appraisal also includes several class observations which add to the information
These are used for reports to parents and to the BOT, as well as for decision making relating to resourcing.
Strategic Plan, 2018-2020
                                                                   NAG 1 Curriculum

                 Goals                                       2018                                        2019                                        2020

To develop higher levels of student        Assessment                                  Assessment                                  Assessment
achievement                                Effective high quality assessment will be   Effective high quality assessment will be   Effective high quality assessment will be
                                           informing and driving all teachers’         informing and driving all teachers’         informing and driving all teachers’
                                           planning and delivery. Begin to work        planning and delivery.                      planning and delivery. Review
                                           with staff to embed deeper levels of                                                    assessment tools.
                                           analysis.

To develop levels of student               Explore further and consolidate teacher     Work on having syndicate leaders doing       All syndicates capable of interpreting
achievement which are at or above          judgement from the curriculum levels to     more of the data analysis alongside their    and analysing assessment information
expected progress levels                   the appropriate progress level              teams                                        related to their studnets

To develop consistent high quality         Identify what is best practice within       Create the Curriculum Implementation         Review Literacy and Mathematics CIP
teaching practice with high standards in   Reading, Writing, Mathematics and           plan for Student Led Inquiry
line with current best practice.           Student Inquiry. Use these indicators to
                                           inform the design and structure of our
                                           Curriculum Implementation Plan for
                                           Reading and Writing
Provision of Māori culture         Nga Manaakitanga Māori Focus) class to          Embed fluency of Te Reo across all year   Review quality and level of te reo.
                                   deepen Te Reo to conversational level.          levels School wide
                                   All year levels to participate in basic level   Continue to strengthen Kapahaka Group
                                   Te Reo classes with a focus on Te Ao            and extend into Years 1-3
                                   Maori

                                   Kaiako to explore how our school;s         Embed instructional te reo school wide.        Review school wide quality and level of
                                   delivery of Taha Maori is aligned with the                                                instructional te reo.
                                   Te Aho Arataki Marau document and how
                                   it is used to strengthen purposeful
                                   learning context of interest to tamariki.

                                   Continue to develop Kapa Haka school
                                   wide with support of kaiawhina

Unique position of Māori Culture
                                   To utilise expertise of Māori culture           Review impact in 2019                     Review impact of Kapa Haka
                                   support person (kaiawhina) to support
                                   school wide delivery of Te Reo/Taha             Embed Kapa Haka school wide
                                   Maori
                                                                                    Kaiawhina utilised school wide
                                   Re-engage with Kaumatua and or Kuia.
                                   Whanau Involvement                               Maintain engagement with Kaumatua        Review end of 2018.
                                                                                    and or Kuia.

                                                                                    Develop the cultural connections with
                                                                                    manawhenua.

Whanau Engagement                  Continue Working Together, ensuring             Evaluate the use of Working Together      Whanau Involvement
                                   greater width and breadth than in 2017.         and Reading Together
                                   Aim to cover all 5 and 6 year olds with a
                                   focus on those at risk.                         Maori whanau hui once a term
                                   Maori whanau hui once a term                    Survey community to the possibility of    Maori whanau hui once a term
Cultural diversity - Pasifika   Continue the focus on Samoan identity,     creating Tongan and Cook Island focus      Embed provision for Samoan identity,
                                language and culture for Rooms 8 12, 17.   classes                                    language and culture.

                                Samoan parents fono (T1, Wk 6)
                                Tongan parents meeting (T1, Wk 7)
                                Cook Island parents meeting (T1, Wk9)

                                Review end Term 3 2018 allocation of the
                                three Samoan Focus classes.

Maths                           Maths                                        Maths                                    Maths
                                Pasifika focus concentrates on all levels of Strengthening what has been covered in   On-going focus. Review assessment for
                                class teaching and learning. This will       Pasifika Maths over the last two years   planning and delivery.
                                depend on how the PLD is delivered

                                PLD on Y1 and 2 maths on effective
                                practice in Pasifika Maths
NAG 2 Review and Documentation
                  Goals                                   2018                                     2019                                      2020

Strengthen effective practice in self         Review the new H&S policies and          Introduce the use of SMART tools         Evaluation of self-review practice
review.                                        the committee                             as part of self-review

                                              Evaluation of total school practice      Evaluation of total school practice
Through self review strengthen                 – NAG based.                              NAG based.                               Evaluation of total school practice
pedagogy and student achievement.                                                                                                  – NAG based.

Report effectively on students’ progress      Effective appraisal systems –            Review the Health curriculum.            Review reporting to parents
and success to parents.                        continue to review and refine
                                               through the Arinui Appraisal tool.

Effective Appraisal Systems                   Staff PD on having Professional          Effective appraisal systems –            Effective appraisal systems –
                                               Conversations and Arinui                  review and refine.                        review and refine.
                                               Appraisal tool

                                              Outside appraisal for                    Outside appraisal for                    Outside appraisal for
                                               management.                               management.                               management.

                                              Review reporting to and
                                               consulting with the Māori and
                                               Pasifika community
NAG 3 Personnel
                 Goals                                   2018                                   2019                                   2020

To be a good employer.                       Provide appropriate high quality      Provide appropriate high quality      Provide appropriate high quality
                                              focused professional                   focused professional                   focused professional
                                              development.                           development.                           development.

                                             Job descriptions for all staff.       Job descriptions for all staff.       Job descriptions for all staff.

To have a highly effective staff – both      Provided opportunities for            Provided opportunities for            Provided opportunities for
teaching and non-teaching areas.              regular staff team building.           regular staff team building.           regular staff team building.

                                             Continue to refine performance        Continue to refine performance        Continue to refine performance
                                              management.                            management.                            management.

                                             Evaluate use of Evaluation
                                              Associate’s Arinui tool               Survey staff on the value of
                                                                                     performance management and
                                             Professional development for           professional development etc.
                                              teaching staff on professional         and general feedback.
                                              learning conversations

                                             Review performance
                                              management for office and
                                              grounds staff
NAG 4 Finance and Property

                 Goals                                  2018                                     2019                                     2020

Provide quality education within             Budget appropriately to meet            Budget appropriately to meet            Budget appropriately to meet
available funds.                              identified strategic goals, school       identified strategic goals, school       identified strategic goals, school
                                              operations and contingencies.            operations and contingencies.            operations and contingencies.

Appropriate and accurate information is      Monthly financial reports to BOT        Monthly financial reports to BOT        Monthly financial reports to BOT
reported effectively.                        Budget for following year               Budget for following year               Budget for following year
                                              presented to the BOT in T4               presented to the BOT in T4               presented to the BOT in T4
                                             Annual financial audit conducted        Annual financial audit conducted        Annual financial audit conducted
                                              by Crowe Horwarth                        by Crowe Horwarth                        by Crowe Horwarth

Provide highest quality physical             Upgrade of break out space              Review 10 Year Plan and                 Rms 7-10 have new joinery and
environment, plant, equipment.                between Rms 17 and 18                    associated 5year plan                    decking installed
                                                                                      Review Cyclical Maintenance             Provide adequate classroom
                                             New 10 Year and 5 Year plans            Rms 5-6 to have deck area added          spaces to accommodate roll
                                              come into effect                         as well as new sliding doors             growth
                                                                                      Provide adequate classroom
                                             Review cleaning options.                 spaces to accommodate roll
                                                                                       growth
                                             Update signage around school to
                                              further reflect our Values

                                             Provide adequate classroom
                                              spaces to accommodate roll
                                              growth
NAG 5 Health and Safety

                Goals                                 2018                                      2019                                    2020

Provide a safe physical and emotional      Review the effect of the new            Legal requirements are reviewed         Legal requirements are reviewed
environment for students and                Physical Restraint legislation and       annually.                                annually.
employees.                                  make changes as needed to
                                            policy and to practice                  Ensure there is an effective H&S        Ensure there is an effective H&S
                                                                                     committee.                               committee.
                                           Ensure there is an effective H&S
                                            committee.                              On a case by case basis provide
                                                                                     support in difficult circumstances      On a case by case basis provide
                                           Legal requirements are reviewed          to meet school requirements              support in difficult circumstances
                                            annually.                                (management, counselling etc.).          to meet school requirements
                                                                                                                              (management, counselling etc.)
                                           On a case by case basis provide         All staff participate in training
                                            support in difficult circumstances                                               Make provision for new staff to
                                            to meet school requirements             Review SWIS work with                    undertake first aid.
                                            (management, counselling etc.).          individual children.

                                           Make provision for new staff to                                                  Review SWIS work with
                                            undertake first aid.                                                              individual children.

                                           Review SWIS work with
                                            individual children.
NAG 6 Compliance

                Goals                          2017                                 2018                                2019

Comply with all legislation.   Review all legal requirements not    Review all legal requirements not   Review all legal requirements not
                               covered above.                       covered above.                      covered above.

                               ●   Act amendments.                  Act amendments.                     Act amendments.
Annual Plan
                                                             FLAT BUSH SCHOOL ANNUAL PLAN 2018
Curriculum       Specific Objective               Actions               Expected Outcomes           Responsible                 Time           Cost   Evaluation
   Area

  NAG 1      Ensure effective pedagogy   Classroom observations                                  Management          All Year            Nil
                                                                        Improved learning
             is occurring in all rooms   Buddy Coaching                 outcomed for all
Curriculum                               Learning Conversations in      students
 Delivery                                team and staff settings

Assessment    Effective use of            E-AsTTle, and STAR           Standard scores vs        Management and      All Year          $3600
              assessment tools            testing results as pre and   Stanines gives better     Syndicate leaders
                                          post measures for            teacher knowledge
                                          teachers by comparing        All assessment
                                          scale scores in Feb, June    information is used
                                          and November                 formatively to guide
                                                                       classroom learning
                                                                       programmes

                                          Assessments are done on      Assessments do occur on
                                                                                                  James/Julie
                                          child’s anniversary in       anniversary
                                                                                                  Team Leaders
                                          junior school not end of
                                          year
Ensuring assessment data        Looking at the assessment   Via performance
            informs teacher planning        data and looking at         management ensure
            and delivery                    teachers planning and       teachers are analysing
                                            implementation              data and using to inform
                                                                        teaching

Maths,      Improve Maths levels across Year 1-2 teachers work          Year 1-2 Teacher’s        James, Manu   Terms 1 and 2   Nil: covered by PLD
Including   the school.                 with DMIC mentor                pedagogical               Banapa
Numeracy                                                                Skills in Maths increases
                                                                        and children’s learning
                                                                        outcomes improve.

            Reduce the number of
                                             Build Teacher Capability   Accelerated progress for
            children “stuck” at any level                                                        James          All year
                                             in Y1 and 2 teachers to    Target students                                         $2000.00 for Teacher
            not just the stage 4 children
                                             through visiting schools                                                           release
                                             that have had success in
                                             developing a Pasifika
                                             maths programme for
                                             that level
Te Reo Māori    To develop Te Reo Māori     Nga Manaakitanga, to         Fluency of Te Reo used by Whaea Dinah        All year   Refer to budget   End of year.
me ona          me ona tikanga              deepen Te Reo to             students in Nga           Kaiawhina
tikanga                                     conversational level.        Manaakitanga              Principal

                                            Continue use of kaiawhina
                                            to enhance use of Te Reo.

Unique
position of                                 Whaea Dinah and Banapa Greater use of te reo          As above            All year                     End year
Māori Culture                               to support delivery of Te across the school.
                                            reo across the school.

                                                                         School will have a Kapa
                                            To continue to develop       Haka group that is        As above           All year
                                            Kapa Haka.                   confident and proud to
                                                                         support school protocols.
                                                                                                                                                   End of 2018

Cultural        To provide learning focus   To extend criteria for       Students with Samoan      Teachers of Rooms All year    As per budget     End terms 1 & 4
diversity       on Samoan identity,         selection in Rooms 8, 17,    heritage will have and    8, 17, 18.                                      2018
Pasifika -      language and culture.       18, to include students of   enhanced sense of         Principal
Samoan                                      Samoan heritage with or      identity, language and
                                            without the language.        culture.
                                                                         More even distribution of
                                                                         students across the
                                                                         school.

   Working      Improve whanau              Programme continues in       Reading and Maths        Liz                 All year   $21000               End of 2018
   Together     involvement                 2018 aimed at increased      outcomes improve
                                            whanau involvement and       Whanau involvement
                                            knowledge, targeting         improves
                                            reading and maths.
Reading     Improve reading at home        Continue the programme          Improved learning                         One per term
Together                                    for at least one group per      outcomed for all
                                            term aiming at the New          students
                                            Entrant parents

E-Learning    Consolidate the existing e-   Year 1-3 classes to have     Students are effective      Emily            .1 release       $12,000 (release)        End of 2018
             learning classrooms taking     access to 15 Ipads 2         users of the technology                                       plus 4 days for Emily
             place across the school.       devices                      Students are effective                                        to work with Jacqui
                                            Year 4-6 classes to have     problem solvers                                               Sharp
                                            access to 25 Chromebook      Learning improves via
                                            devoces                      enthusiasm for learning
                                                                         brought about by the
                                                                         technology

 Music       Use and outside expert to Staff may be more willing           School ukelele                                                 $500                 End of 2018
             deliver Drumming lesssons to take music groups                group performs at
             to all classes            (Ukelele etc) if there is           Music festivals
                                       expert help

 NAG 2        See the school's self-         Use Paul M again for         Appraisal provides a PD    Banapa, Julie,                    $6000                   End of 2018
              review cyclical plan           management appraisal        component for              James, Tofa
                                                                         management
                                            Review all internal
                                            financial systems

 NAG 3       Teacher Appraisal through      Teachers understand the       Arinui is the on-line      Banapa, Julie    Term 1 onwards   $8000                   End of 2018
             Arinui tool                    new requirement for          portal for teacher          James, Team
                                            registration and what they   reflections that align with Leaders
                                            will have to do for their    our school wide focus on
                                            part for appraisal.          Teaching as Inquiry
Work with Evaluation
                               Associates on
                               professional conversations
                               and how a focus on
                               student achievement will
                               improve learning
                               outcomes
                                                           Appraisal for all staff
                                Job descriptions are                                 Banapa / Julie            See above
Job descriptions for all Staff, revised as necessary, and takes place in 2018        James            Term 2
Teachers, Teacher Aides         if needed performance
etc.                            agreements are
                                negotiated.

                               Performance
                               management for office
                               and grounds staff is fully
                               implemented

                               Continue to look at                                   Anne V/Banapa               Nil
Managing workloads: focus
                               teacher workloads and
on Staff Well Being in 2018
                               find further ways to
                               manage and reduce
                               them.
NAG 4   Create a break out space    Contractors refurbish        Minimal disruption to   Banapa           All Year                5YA MOE funding      End of 2018
        and internal corridor       area, add a staff toilet and mainstream of school,
        between Rms 17 and Rm 18 all work is code compliant design matches existing
        with the repurposing of the                              buildings
        old Art Resource Room

        School Building WOF up to   School is compliant with                             Banapa/Ian                                Nil
        date                        all requirements

        Electrical testing of all   School is compliant with                             Banapa/Ian
        school appliances is        all requirements
        completed and up to date

NAG 5   Develop an effective Health The committee starts to      Health and Safety issues Banapa          Term 1, then ongoing   Release day/days as   End of 2018
        and Safety committee        meet regularly. Make         come to committee which                                         needed
                                    provision for changes from   deals efficiently and
                                    the new act                  effectively with them.

NAG 6   Review reporting to         Ongoing review, especially                           BOT / Banapa     On-going                 Nil                 End of 2018
                                                                  All documentation is
        parents.                    of reports and NS
                                                                  up to date
        Civil Defence / Emergency   reporting
                                     Emergency document                                                   March
                                    updated                                              Administration
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