Annual Review of Deciles – 2019
The 2019 Decile Review is open and applications close on 23 September.
Each year, schools can apply for a decile review if they believe there has been a significant change in the school's roll profile since the original assessment was made.
2018 Census data will not be available in time to recalculate deciles for 2020 so the Ministry will continue to carry out decile reviews based on the 2013 Census data.
To apply for a decile review, schools need to supply information as outlined in the application pack. Application packs and information about how to apply are available on the Education Counts website.
Results will be available before the end of the 2019 school year. Where reviews are successful and the decile will be lowered, the increased funding will apply from the beginning of the 2020 school year.
Note: Indicative funding notices for the 2020 year (released in September 2019) will be calculated using a school’s current decile.
You can email Decile.Reviews@education.govt.nz with any questions.
Contact: Resourcing Contact Centre
(04) 463 0915
Kohia Centre - Teachers Forum 'Whakaako tētahi ki tētahi' 'Educate Each Other'
Kohia Centre – Teachers Forum
Nā tō rourou, nā
taku rourou ka
ora ai te iwi
With your food basket and my food basket the people will thrive.
This two day event celebrates the success and expertise in our schools and provides the opportunity to 'whakaako tētahi ki tētahi' educate each other.
The two days will consist of three strands.
A series of 90 minute workshops will be planned from the submissions presented, covering a range of topics, acknowledging the many educational innovations happening in our classrooms and schools.
Learning Environments Symposium
Date: 11 October
Venue: University of Waikato, Hamilton
This symposium by the New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE)’s special interest group responds to current interests in the design and development of innovative learning spaces across educational levels and contexts.
If you are interested in learning environments development, research, practice or policy, please join us for a stimulating day of learning, discussions and networking.
Invited speakers include Jamie Strange (Labour Party List MP, Hamilton), Chris Bradbeer (Stonefields School), Dr Leon Benade (AUT), and Dr Noeline Wright (University of Waikato).
Details and registrations at: