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ERO Report

Te Ara Huarau, The Education Review Office (ERO) has shifted from event-based external reviews to supporting each school in a process of continuous improvement. The evaluation project we have chosen as part of this review programme is to build staff and student engagement with achievement data and effective measurement systems to inform teaching practices and

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School App

We have a new Parent Portal and App called SchoolBridge. SchoolBridge provides a personalised dashboard that is synced with access to the KAMAR calendar, parent-teacher interviews, student timetable, and assessment calendar in one convenient location. Additionally, you will be able to report absences or pay fees quickly. Your dashboard and App will be unique to

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Drama helps us to make sense of the world and find our place in our community. It celebrates and explores our heritages and helps us to prepare for the future by challenging us to explore the attitudes and beliefs of characters from other worlds. Through drama, students develop a deep understanding of themselves and others.

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Alumni Community

February 1957 – First Day On Tuesday 5th February 1957, a small group of 117 third formers and a small staff gathered in B Block, at that time the only completed part of the buildings in Wairau Road, for the first assembly. The surroundings consisted of builder’s sheds, building material, rubble and clay. And on

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Māori and Pasifika

Kia ora, Talofa lava, Malo e lelei, Fakalofa, Mālō Ni, Kia Orana, Bula! Westlake Girls High School (Te Kura Tuarua o ngā Taitamawāhine o Ururoto) has a Māori and a Pasifika mentoring programme. Each Māori and Pasifika student is assigned a teacher-mentor who meets with them throughout the year to assist them to reach their

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The library is a busy, vibrant hub within the school, which supports student learning and achievement by providing a wide range of material for research and recreational reading, as well as spaces to gather or to study. There are over 15,000 items including: Fiction Non-Fiction Magazines Graphic Novels Short Texts Quick Reads Study Guides The

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Learning Enhancement

The Learning Enhancement Department’s commitment is to remove barriers to learning for our students. We use a flexible approach to identifying barriers to learning and wellbeing based on the individual students’ strengths and needs. We work alongside our learners, their families and teachers to develop plans to empower our students to understand more about their

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