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Pathways to Success: Toe's presentation 2014

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Educational Initiative
(2012 - 2013)

Educational Interventions

The initiative
Results (2012 - 2013)
PATHWAYS
TO
SUCCESS!

Lesson learned - for MRGS
to consider!
Validation and affirmation
Effective pedagogical leadership
Knowing the learner
Relationships
MRGS
successful
powerful learners
active
responsible citizens
The lessons learned that could enable MRGS realises its vision
Educational Initiative
(2012 - 2013)
30 boys - rugby team since year 9 (2010)
Educational support for -first year of NCEA (2012)
Engaging parents
Retention to year 13 (2014
)
What is known about the boys?
ASTTLE entries to year 11 (2012) for Maths & Reading
Over 90% at Level 4 or less or no level
Priority learners (Pasifika & Maori)
High parental engagement
Successful on the rugby field
Relationship already established
The results
Building future school leaders
Breakdown of Pasifika groups
Parental support
Mentors
Extra tuition
Ongoing tracking, credit targeting & monitoring
Collaboration with teachers
Reporting
Celebration
Retention to year 13 (2014)
26/30 - (86.6%)
Successfully completed NCEA
Level 1 - 23/26 (92%)
(11 endorsement with merit)
Successfully completed NCEA
Level 2 - 22/26 (88%)
(4 endorsement with excellence
& 1 with merit)
10/12 senior prefects
(2014)
Head Boy
(2014)
Early intervention
Reach to the heights
Sursum
Andrew,
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