Raising student achievement thRough school community l eaRning
Raising student achievement thRough school community l eaRning paRtneRships PLACEHOLDER IMAGE Information for Boards of Trustees
What is Mutukaroa? A school and community learning partnership working with parents in their childrens first three years at school understanding childrens achievement supporting learning at home Developed by Sylvia Park School, Mt Wellington
named after a local landmark supported by ASB Community Trust has made a difference to student achievement
2014: expanded to other schools and kura in Auckland uses learning clusters Three key strategic levers Quality teaching Evidencebased
practice Raising Student Achievement Quality learning partnership s
Challenges for parents Education jargon New assessment practices and tools New policies and initiatives Sylvia Parks aims for Mutukaroa To develop strong school and community learning partnerships
To empower students and parents to understand student learning To support families to enhance their childrens learning at home To challenge the school to be increasingly responsive to learning inquiries from parents Sylvia Park: Alignment of project aims and BOT goals
Project aims Board strategic goals To develop strong school and community To build authentic learning partnerships learning partnerships with parent that raise student achievement To empower students and parents to
understand student learning To report effectively to parents and students about progress (NAG 2c) To support families to enhance their childrens learning at home To build capability and capacity with
parent and caregivers To challenge the school to be increasingly responsive to learning inquiries from parents To review staff professional development and performance management
Strategic alignment with national policy Priority learners Mori and Pasifika students Students from low-socioeconomic backgrounds Students with special needs How Mutukaroa works
How Mutukaroa works 1 How Mutukaroa works 2 How Mutukaroa works 3 How Mutukaroa works 4 Cornerstones of Mutukaroa
A two-way knowledge exchange between home and school Honest robust relationships based on trust A whole-school approach Inclusive leadership and shared power
Accessibility Using language parents can understand Regular learning conversations that equip parents to: understand data about their childs achievement ask questions co-construct next steps for learning at home Sylvia Park research findings: Impact
What success in the project looks like Implications for you as a Board Planning for: Personnel and their professional development Resourcing: space, support
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