Education Review Office Te Tari Arotake Matauranga

Education Review Office: ERO

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ERO reviews schools and early childhood education services, and publishes national reports on current education practice.

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Jun 2007
This 2007 report aims to help schools review their sexuality education programmes. The report describes good practice in four schools in New Zealand, illustrating how effective sexuality education programmes can be delivered to schools.
Completed
May 2007
This report presents an aggregation of ERO’s reported findings about the strategies schools are using to prevent bullying and provide a safe physical and emotional environment for students. It is based on information gathered by ERO as part of regular education reviews. This report highlights the features of different school cultures, as described by individual schools, and identifies the...
Completed
Apr 2007
These earlier reports should be used for historical perspective – many of our more recent reports replace these and are more current and up to date. This report discusses good practice for primary schools in supporting the achievement of transient students. It identifies the principles and practices of some schools that have been effective in supporting transient students and their families...
Completed
Mar 2007
Health and Physical Education in the New Zealand Curriculum is one of seven curriculum statements covering the essential learning areas of the New Zealand curriculum. In health and physical education, students develop skills, knowledge, and attitudes that will help them to look after themselves and others. ERO evaluated the quality of teaching of health and physical education at Year 4 and...
Completed
Mar 2007
Health and Physical Education in the New Zealand Curriculum is one of seven curriculum statements covering the essential learning areas of the New Zealand curriculum. In health and physical education, students develop skills, knowledge, and attitudes that will help them to look after themselves and others. ERO evaluated the quality of teaching of health and physical education at Year 4 and...
Completed
Feb 2007
In New Zealand, many early childhood education services offer programmes that are aligned to particular educational philosophies, cultural identities or religions. When parents are choosing an early childhood service for their child, they may want to know about services with a special character. The Education Review Office (ERO) reviews all licensed early childhood services every three years...
Completed
Feb 2007
This report presents a national evaluation of Teen Parent Units (TPUs). TPUs are education services, usually connected to a secondary school, that provide education for school students who have had to leave mainstream education because they were pregnant or had given birth. "Teenage parents have been identified as a category of secondary students who may experience difficulties accessing...
Completed
Feb 2007
Mathematics in the New Zealand Curriculum is one of seven statements covering the essential learning areas of the New Zealand curriculum. In mathematics, students develop skills, concepts, understandings, and attitudes through programmes that are creative and emphasise mathematics in the context of everyday life. ERO evaluated the quality of the teaching of mathematics at Year 4 and Year 8 in...
Completed
Feb 2007
Social Studies in the New Zealand Curriculum is one of seven curriculum statements covering the essential learning areas of the New Zealand curriculum. Through social studies, students are encouraged to investigate social issues, make decisions, work as part of a group, and understand their identity, history, land and society. ERO evaluated the quality of teaching of social studies at Year 4...
Completed
2007
The assessment of student achievement, examining and using information about what students know and can do, is fundamental to effective teaching and learning. This information can come from many sources such as the teacher's day-to-day interaction with students or from more formal tests or examinations. However, unless teachers know their students well and are knowledgeable about their...

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