Perspectives and partnerships
Ensure that all voices are heard during the process of change
Transitions to school in a hybrid world 1
How might we as leaders and kaiako strengthen transitions to school in a hybrid world?
In a hybrid world, we need to be increasingly responsive and proactive.
At Grow Waitaha, we see an opportunity to rethink the way we support children to transition to school.
This resource is designed to be printed and used when reflecting on your transitions to school process.
Transitions to school in a hybrid world 2
This planning guide is designed for your team to have a conversation together.
The actions may prompt reflection and encourage change to your transitions to school process.
This is not a “to do” list, but we hope these suggestions might:
• resonate with you
• help you solve a problem
• inspire you to try something different.
CPPA Conference 2021 Resource
The resource supports rangatira to undertake multiple processes to highlight the needs in their context and how they can respond to these through collaboration. They are focused on 3 areas:
Futures - Future Triangles, signals of change, reflection spider graph
Inclusion - Collecting the practice of the CPPA, linking that to wider frameworks
Wellbeing - Lessons from lockdown, crowdsourcing tips, self-reflection
Assessment for learning – Dylan William
Assessment for Learning strategies have been recognised by the OECD as ‘core’ pedagogical components of 21st century teaching and learning. They enable self regulation and recognise the importance of teacher, student, and parent partnerships.
Communicating with parents
Cashmere Primary explains how they kept parents and whānau informed during the building process.
Develop new spaces with whānau
Waimairi School principal Mike Anderson works with parents and whānau in an ongoing way to develop an educational brief for the new school build.
Value partnerships and perspectives
Parents and whānau at Waimairi School reflect on the positive learning and experiences they value for their children at the school. This will inform the development of the school's new build.
Value partnerships and perspectives (1)
Parents and whānau at Waimairi School share their perspectives about teaching and learning, and supporting students and teachers in educational change.
Keep whānau informed and engaged with change
Dr Julia Atkin and principal Mike Anderson at Waimairi School work with parents and whānau to keep them involved with ongoing change at the school.
Inform school vision with different perspectives
Dr Julia Atkin works with whānau (parents) at Waimairi School about their values and beliefs in regard to learning, to help inform the development of a school vision and new spaces.
Partnerships and perspectives
Participants of the Canterbury Delving Deeper Conference 2016 share how to gather and consider learner and whānau voice to help make positive change happen.
Dr. Julia Atkin: Perspectives and partnerships
Dr Julia Atkin talks about providing parents, whānau a perspective on designing spaces for purpose.
Community Engagement Forum part 1: Getting Started
Chris Mene and Janelle Riki-Waaka present a forum guiding schools through the process of engaging with community. Part one of three.
Community Engagement Forum part 2: Journey Visual Framework
Chris Mene and Janelle Riki-Waaka present a forum guiding schools through the process of engaging with community. Part two of three.
Community Engagement Forum part 3: Stakeholder framework and register
Chris Mene and Janelle Riki-Waaka present a forum guiding schools through the process of engaging with community. Part three of three.