Ensuring every student makes the progress they need to enjoy success is the focus of a new reference group and ministerial advisory group looking at progress and achievement.

To help the groups with their work, we’re asking anyone with an interest in education to get involved in a conversation about progress and achievement across the National Curriculum for years 1 to 10 – The New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

Knowing how well students are achieving in literacy and numeracy, te reo matatini and pāngarau, is important. So is understanding each student’s progress, big or small, across the wider curriculum – including key capabilities for success in life, learning and work.

We want to know what you think – whether you are an educator, parent, whānau member or caregiver, principal, tumuaki, school leader, iwi representative, student, or employer.

Take part in the survey to share your views – it’s open until 28 June.

Take the survey in English

Take the survey in Te Reo Māori

More information

Progress and achievement across the curriculum

Fact sheet for parents, whānau and community: English (PDF, 61KB)

Fact sheet for parents, whānau and community: Te Reo Māori (PDF, 64KB)