National Standards

Regular two-way communication between home and school is an essential part of the learning process.  We report on individual progress to inform parents and promote better learning in the future.

The Mana Syndicate will report to parents twice each year on how their child is doing in Reading, Writing and Mathematics in relation to National Standards. The standards show what New Zealand children are expected to be able to do in reading, writing and mathematics at each period or year of schooling. The standards have been designed so that students who meet them will be on track to achieve NCEA Level 2.

Doing well in reading, writing and mathematics gives children the skills they need to do well in other curriculum areas at school.

In the Mana Syndicate your child will receive a progress report in August and a National Standard report in December.

To work out where each child is at, teachers will make an overall teacher judgement (OTJ) using a range of assessments, including:
* What they have seen in the classroom
* Talking about learning with students
* Children's assessment of their own and each others' work
* Results from formal tests

It is not expected that students will show all the skills or understandings for a level. Students start at different points and progress in their learning in different ways and at different rates from one another.

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