Our Annual Plan outlines our strategic goals, annual learning targets, baseline data and and key improvement strategies for 2020 to ensure all of our Roseneath students achieve to their highest potential in reading, writing and mathematics.

School Strategic Learning Goal

Enable all ākonga to know themselves as learners and empower them to be actively involved in their learning.

Promote a responsive and inclusive environment to support quality teaching and learning

Empower ākonga, whānau, teachers and the wider community to participate in collaborative partnerships for learning

School Annual Learning Target

Students in Year 1-2 will be encouraged to develop their positive disposition to learning, and their understanding of themselves as learners:

All of our Roseneath students will achieve to their highest potential in reading, writing and maths

Students at risk of not achieving will make accelerated progress

Baseline data

In 2019 97% of all students achieved at and above their New Zealand Curriculum expectation.

Target

All Year 1-2 Students will show how they feel about learning to read, describe who and what can help them in reading, and articulate and demonstrate at least one of the strategies that a reader uses.

90% of all Year 3-8 students are at or above their expected curriculum level by the end of the year.

Our target cohort of learners in Year 3 2020 will demonstrate accelerated progress in reading.

Baseline data

In 2019 79% of all students achieved at and above their New Zealand curriculum expectations in writing.

Target

All Year 1-2 Students will show how they feel about learning to write, describe who and what can help them in writing, and articulate and demonstrate at least one of the strategies that a writer uses.

90% of all Year 3-8 students are at or above their expected curriculum level by the end of the year.

Student at risk, or not engaged as writers, will demonstrate improved engagement as writers by the end of the year.

The target cohorts of Year 4s in 2020, and Year 6 and 7 2020 will demonstrate accelerated progress in writing.

Baseline data

In 2019 84% of all students achieved at and above The New Zealand Curriculum expectation in mathematics.

47% of our students achieved above expectations.

Target

All Year 1-2 Students will show how they feel about maths, describe who and what can help them in maths, and articulate and demonstrate at least one of the strategies that a mathematician uses.

90% of all Year 3-8 students are at or above their expected curriculum level by the end of the year.

Cohorts of learners will progress against specific goals based on their identified needs:

  • Number knowledge and confidence building in years 1-2
  • Problem solving skills/initiative and self efficacy in Years 3-5
  • Clarifying Strategy and knowledge misconceptions in Years 6-8