St Matthew’s was last visited by the Education Review Office (ERO) in October 2017. We were very pleased with the report that we received which concluded:
‘For sustained improvement and future learner success, the school can draw on existing strengths in:
- consistently high achievement in national qualifications and in relation to curriculum levels, with strong progress in promoting in-school equity of outcomes for students
- student-centred conditions for learning that include highly supportive teaching approaches, growth in culturally responsive practices, and responding to student voice.’
A link to the report can be found here
Strong progress is evident in promoting equity and excellence in student outcomes. Most junior students reach the expected curriculum level by the end of Year 8. Almost all learners leave with NCEA qualifications that enable them to access their individual future study or work pathway.
ERO Report, October 2017
Most students achieve at or above against the Standards in reading, writing and mathematics. Many make accelerated progress.ERO Report, September 2014