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Research, guides, information and policies published by PPTA Te Wehengarua

Communities of learning (CoLs) Communities of Schools are also known as Communities of Learning. A Community of Schools or Learning is a group of schools approved to receive resourcing under the Investing in Educational Success (IES) initiative announced in 2014.
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April 11, 2017 11/04/17
Developing a Community of Learning / Schools (CoL): Consultation with teachers Developing a Community of Schools (CoS): Consultation with teachers.
If you've been told your school is going to into a community of schools (COS) [as part of the IES initiative] then be aware that you have a right to be consulted.
PPTA has developed advice for branch officers about being part of the COS consultative process.
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March 3, 2017 03/03/17
Guidelines for appraising Community of School / Learning (CoL) Leadership and Teacher Roles (2014) These guidelines are provided by NZPPTA and NZSTA to assist Boards of Trustees in developing appraisal processes for those in the new role
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March 3, 2017 03/03/17
Guidelines for the Appointment of Area School Principals to the Community Leadership role Area School Principals Collective Agreement (ASPCA) Community Leadership Role Guidelines
The establishment of the role follows the advice of the Sector Working Party established as part of the Investing in Educational Success initiative (IES) with subsequent negotiations between the Ministry of Education and PPTA in 2014 and between the Ministry of Education and NZEI in 2015, following its 'Joint Initiative' process.
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March 3, 2017 03/03/17
Guidelines for the appointment of Community Teacher (within school) role in Area Schools (2016) These guidelines provide advice about the Community Teacher (within school) role in approved Communities of Schools or Communities of Learning, and have been agreed by the Ministry of Education, PPTA Te Wehengarua, NZEI and NZSTA.
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March 7, 2017 07/03/17
Guidelines for the appointment of the within school teacher role in Secondary Schools (2014) These guidelines provide advice about the Community of Schools / Community of Learning Teacher within school role, and have been agreed by the Ministry of Education (Ministry), Post Primary Teachers’ Association (PPTA) and the New Zealand School Trustees Association (NZSTA).
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March 3, 2017 03/03/17
Guidelines for the appointment to Community Teacher (across community) role in Area Schools (2016) These guidelines provide advice about the Community Teacher (across community) role, and are agreed by the Ministry of Education, PPTA Te Wehengarua, NZEI and NZSTA.
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March 7, 2017 07/03/17
Guidelines for the appointment to the Community of Schools Leadership role in Secondary Schools (2014) These guidelines provide advice about the Community of Schools Leadership role (‘the role’) and have been agreed by the Ministry of Education (Ministry), PPTA, SPANZ and NZSTA.
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March 3, 2017 03/03/17
Guidelines for the appointment to the across community teacher role in Secondary Schools (2014) Guidelines for the appointment to the Community of Schools / Community of Learning Teacher (across community) role in Secondary Schools
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March 3, 2017 03/03/17
Investing in Educational Success and PPTA policy (2014) This paper is an assessment of some of the PPTA policy on which we based our position of cautious support for the government’s latest flagship policy ‘Investing in Educational Success’.
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March 3, 2017 03/03/17
Principal recruitment allowance guide (2014) The Principal Recruitment Allowance (allowance) is available to boards and principals that meet the relevant eligibility criteria. Boards with significant challenges may apply to the Ministry of Education (Ministry) for approval to offer the allowance to attract a highly effective principal to a permanent principal vacancy. The appointee is expected to provide the leadership needed to improve a school’s student achievement.
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March 3, 2017 03/03/17
Requirement to appoint 60% of within school teachers (WSTs) to permanent positions in CoL schools The Secondary Teachers' Collective Agreement (STCA) and Area School Teachers' Collective Agreement require schools to make at least 60% of their within school teacher (WST) roles permanent.
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April 20, 2017 20/04/17

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