Education Review Office Report

2019 SALISBURY SCHOOL ERO REPORT 

ERO’s overall judgement of Salisbury School, with reference to theSchool Evaluation Indicators: Effective Practice for Improvement and Learner Success (July 2016):

Needs Development / Developing / Well Placed / Strong

STRONG

STRONG is defined by ERO in its overall findings and judgements in the following way:

  • Outcomes are consistently equitable and excellent
  • Disparity is systematically identified and effectively addressed
  • There is well sustained high performance and consistent improvement over time, informed by rigorous internal evaluation
  • The school is strongly improvement and future focussed
  • The school and its personnel contribute positively and consistently to the wider education community and system
  • Learning and achievement are systematically and significantly accelerated for those Māori and other students concerned
  • Consistency of outcomes is strongly evident across learning, engagement, wellbeing and other areas - in terms of identity, culture, and language - across all groups of students -  and in significant, well sustained improvement over time
  • School conditions are consistently well developed
  • Staff work together in a highly coherent and integrated way to support the outcomes for students as outlined above – and make and sustain any needed improvements in the school’s performance for its students and community. This is the result of strategic approaches and deliberate programmes of action that are strongly improvement and future focussed
  • Decision making is informed by rigorous internal evaluation by the board, leaders and teachers
  • The school and its personnel contribute positively and consistently to the wider education community and system

ERO IDENTIFIED ADDITIONAL KEY STRENGTHS

  • Accelerating the learning of those students who need significant additional support
  • Strong, positive relationships that provide a basis for student growth and success
  • Delivery of individualised programmes that support student learning and wellbeing
  • Highly skilled staff with specialised expertise
  • Strong and supportive community links that provide a wide range of additional learning opportunities
  • Leadership that supports and grows teacher practice
  • Stewardship that is committed to, and advocates for, the learning and wellbeing of students

Please read our full May 2019 ERO Report

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