National Standards 2010<br />Aim High<br />Pukekohe Intermediate School<br />
What are National Standards?<br />A description of what all New Zealand children are expected to be able to do in :<br /...
Writing
Mathematics</li></ul>Aim High<br />
Why are the standards being introduced?<br /><ul><li>To give a clear idea where your child is at.
To work out next learning steps.
To help track the progress your child is making.</li></ul>Aim High<br />
Why are the standards being introduced?<br /><ul><li>To help teachers report clearly to parents about students’ achievemen...
What does this mean for Pukekohe Intermediate students?<br /><ul><li>Students will be assessed at the beginning of each year.
Students will set targets to help them make their next learning steps.</li></ul>Aim High<br />
P.A.TParentReport<br />
Term 1Report<br />
What if children are achieving below National Standard?<br /><ul><li>National standards are not about failing to achieve a...
They are about accurately tracking progress and celebrating achievement.</li></ul>Aim High<br />
What is covered by the Maths National Standards?<br /><ul><li>Number and Algebra
Geometry and Measurement
Statistics</li></ul>Aim High<br />
By the end of Year 6<br />National Standard<br /><ul><li>Early Additive stage in the Numeracy Strategy.</li></li></ul><li>...
National Standards 2010<br />Aim High<br />Reading and Writing Standards<br />
Year 6 Reading standard<br />
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National Standards

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  • 1. National Standards 2010<br />Aim High<br />Pukekohe Intermediate School<br />
  • 2. What are National Standards?<br />A description of what all New Zealand children are expected to be able to do in :<br /><ul><li>Reading
  • 3. Writing
  • 4. Mathematics</li></ul>Aim High<br />
  • 5.
  • 6. Why are the standards being introduced?<br /><ul><li>To give a clear idea where your child is at.
  • 7. To work out next learning steps.
  • 8. To help track the progress your child is making.</li></ul>Aim High<br />
  • 9. Why are the standards being introduced?<br /><ul><li>To help teachers report clearly to parents about students’ achievement and progress.</li></ul>Aim High<br />
  • 10. What does this mean for Pukekohe Intermediate students?<br /><ul><li>Students will be assessed at the beginning of each year.
  • 11. Students will set targets to help them make their next learning steps.</li></ul>Aim High<br />
  • 12. P.A.TParentReport<br />
  • 13.
  • 14. Term 1Report<br />
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  • 16. What if children are achieving below National Standard?<br /><ul><li>National standards are not about failing to achieve a certain level.
  • 17. They are about accurately tracking progress and celebrating achievement.</li></ul>Aim High<br />
  • 18. What is covered by the Maths National Standards?<br /><ul><li>Number and Algebra
  • 19. Geometry and Measurement
  • 20. Statistics</li></ul>Aim High<br />
  • 21. By the end of Year 6<br />National Standard<br /><ul><li>Early Additive stage in the Numeracy Strategy.</li></li></ul><li>By the end of Year 7<br />National Standard<br /><ul><li>Advanced Additive stage in the Numeracy Strategy.</li></li></ul><li>By the end of Year 8<br />National Standard<br /><ul><li>Advanced Multiplicative</li></ul> stage in the Numeracy Strategy.<br />
  • 22. National Standards 2010<br />Aim High<br />Reading and Writing Standards<br />
  • 23. Year 6 Reading standard<br />
  • 24. Year 7 Reading standard<br />
  • 25. Year 8 Reading Standard<br />
  • 26. Year 6 Writing Standard<br />
  • 27. Year 7 Writing Standard<br />
  • 28. Year 8 Writing Standard<br />
  • 29. National Standards 2010<br />Aim High<br />Pukekohe Intermediate School<br />