Charter & Strategic Plan


Documentation

Charter & Strategic Plan 2019 - 2021 View PDF


Summary

 

OUR VISION
What we want to achieve overall

TO DEVELOP EDUCATED, CONFIDENT YOUNG WOMEN OF OUTSTANDING CHARACTER

OUR STRATEGIC OUTCOMES
The difference we want to make

HAUORA
Our students have high levels of well-being

AKO / LEARNING
Our students have developed a love of learning

TIKANGA / SCHOOL CULTURE
Members of our school community experience a sense of belonging

OUR STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
What we want to achieve
by 2021

OUR ANNUAL INITIATIVES
AND TARGETS
 (see Annual Plan)
What we do to support our strategic initiatives/measures

  • Our learning environment supports physical, social, mental/emotional and spiritual well-being.
  • Quality processes and systems enable us to effectively manage students requiring greater well-being support.
  • Staff are supported with the skills to maintain/improve their well-being.
  • Students are confident in their identity, language and culture as citizens of Aotearoa New Zealand.
  • Students make academic progress and achieve to their potential.
  • Non-academic success is identified, acknowledged, and recognised. We celebrate the good things students do.
  • High levels of attendance across all year levels.
  • We regularly review how best to deliver our curriculum to respond to the changing needs of our students.
  • Improved physical infrastructure supports student learning.
  • Learners bring who they are to their learning.
  • Effective powerful relationships enhance student learning.
  • Culturally responsive pedagogies enhance student learning.
  • Students, whānau and our wider school community have pride in our school.
  • Students, whānau and our wider school community are more connected.
  • Our school has an atmosphere of cultural harmony and respect. ‘Unity in diversity’ is a cornerstone of our community.

OUR MEASURES
How we will know we are on track

A range of criteria has been established to bench mark/measure the quality of student wellbeing.

All mainstream students achieve NCEA Level 2 or above at Year 13.  All students have clear pathways and a graduation plan.

A range of criteria has been established to benchmark/measure people’s relationship with the school?

OUR MISSION / PURPOSE
Our reason for being

OUR VALUES
The core principles that guide our work

We exist so that... Each young woman has the opportunity to discover and develop the necessary
knowledge, skills, values and character to enable her to fulfil her potential.

Whakamana - Respect
Haepapa - Responsibility
Whanaungatanga - Relationships