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Literacy Online. Every child literate - a shared responsibility.
Ministry of Education.

Phase 1: What are our school’s literacy learning needs?

Collate and analyse student data from a range of assessment tools
Work collaboratively to set student outcome targets based on identified needs
Develop a literacy action plan for achieving the targets

Published on: 02 Mar 2016

Qualities of a Literacy Leader

“ As language is central to learning and English is the medium for most learning in the New Zealand Curriculum, the importance of literacy in English cannot be overstated.”

New Zealand Curriculum (p.16)

“Students need to do more than just read and write. They need to use their readings and writing to meet the demands of the New Zealand Curriculum. These demands are integral to many of the teaching and learning activities that support students in developing the key competencies as well as knowledge and skill sin all the essential learning areas.”

The Literacy Learning Progressions (p.3)

“The primary purpose of assessment is to improve students’ learning and teacher’s teaching as both student and teacher respond to the information that it provides. With this in mind schools need to consider how they will gather, analyse, and use assessment information so that it is effective in meeting this purpose.”

New Zealand Curriculum (p.39)