An Education Review Office (ERO) review looks at how a school reaches positive learning outcomes – knowledge, skills, attitude and habits – for all children and young people. They are interested in what’s working well and where improvement can be made.
Once the review process is complete and the school has had a chance to take in and discuss the results, a final report is published. The reports are designed to show schools what they are doing well, where they need to improve and what they should do next. It also helps parents, whānau, families and the wider community to know about the teaching and learning at schools. Making the reports easily accessible invites parents to take an interest and ask questions. Parent involvement plays a big part in the educational success of a child.
All state schools, including integrated schools and kura kaupapa Māori are open to review by the Education Review Office. Pukeoware School’s latest ERO review was done in 2015. The ERO Report can be viewed by clicking here
More information about ERO and the review process can be found on the ERO website – www.ero.govt.nz