What is an ERO review?
Education reviews are reports to boards of trustees, managers of early childhood education services and the Government on the quality of education provided for children and students in individual centres and schools.
Schools and early childhood services are reviewed on average once every three years. Reviews will be more frequent where the performance of a school or centre is poor and there are risks to the education and safety of the students, or less frequent where a school has a stable reporting history and demonstrates good self review processes and use of its assessment information.
Our Latest ERO Review
“Parents and their children are warmly welcomed into the centre. They enjoy a strong sense of belonging and they are supported by the respectful, caring relationships they experience with staff and peers. Māori culture, language and identity are valued through positive and affirming interactions. Children and their parents/whānau benefit from a holistic, caring and supportive environment.
Babies and toddlers experience relationships that are nurturing and supportive. Teachers are respectful of each child’s individual rhythms and preferences. Key teachers work with parents and whānau to create a settled environment for these very young children. Babies and toddlers are well catered for, free to explore and learn in meaningful social and cultural contexts.
Children are confident learners. They trust adults to nurture their sense of self-worth and be responsive to their needs, interests and strengths.
Staff have a wide range of skills, expertise, knowledge and experience, which they bring to the centre.”
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