Successful Learner Triangle

 

  • I use connecting habits and get on with others.

  • I use connecting habits and get on with others.

  • I keep other people safe.

  • I know what I am doing and why.

  • I keep going even when I would prefer not to.

  • I can work independently.

  • I check that my work is the best I can do.

  • I am organised: I have my pencils, ruler etc ready.

  • I share fairly and take my turn.

  • I respect and look after my environment.

  • I know that schoolwork will give me choices when I am older.

  • I know it’s okay for others to be different from me.

  • I am at school every day, unless I am really sick, and I arrive on time

  • I know that making mistakes is okay and I can learn from them.

  • I know that I share the responsibility for my wellbeing (hauora).

  • I am in control of my learning success. 

 

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  • provide a safe environment.

  • treat children respectfully/avoiding whakaiti (humiliation).

  • meet needs holistically.  (Tapawha)

  • use connecting habits/model choice theory.

  • put children’s needs first: our legal obligation.

  • model a love of learning.

  • deliver the NZ curriculum.

  • provide meaningful learning opportunities.

  • get to know our learners well.

  • teach what each child needs.

  • monitor and collect achievement data.

  • report to the national standards.

  • share the learning journey with child and Whanau.

  • communicate regularly and provide timely progress reports.

  • provide effective feedback/feed forward for learners.

  • teach children to self-evaluate.

  • endeavour to shape life-long learners.

  • make connections with whanau/families.

  • encourage whanau/families into school: open-door.

  • appreciate whanau circumstances and be non-judgemental.

  • be honest and acknowledge our mistakes.

  • be reasonable about our expectations of each child and their home situation.

  • provide predictable routines.

  • ensure our child is in bed early on school nights and have enough sleep.

  • provide adequate and healthy food.

  • follow up on health issues.

  • teach our child personal hygiene.

  • make sure our child knows he/she is loved.

  • teach our child how to do things for him/her self.

  • ensure attendance at school is a high priority.

  • ensure our child gets to school on time.

  • talk about all sorts of things and read lots to our child.

  • take an interest in what is happening at school and,  if possible, get involved.

  • support with homework.

  • do fun things together.

  • make sure school knows about things that may affect our child’s wellbeing.

  • model safe and appropriate behaviours.

  • share responsibility for our child’s learning.

  • keep informed about school events and read the newsletter each week.

  • encourage our child through thick and thin.

  • be responsible about our expectations of our child and the school.

Successful Learner Triangle

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