“It takes a village to raise a child” Tikorangi School students will be immersed and build on strong connections to both our local and wider community. We strive for every opportunity to connect our students to opportunities and experiences where they can build on their learning, share and demonstrate our values of respect, responsibility, resilience and rangimarie whilst making a difference to their own lives, those of others and our environment.
Tikorangi School is a student-centred, family focused learning environment that empowers and inspires our students to be creative, innovative, changemakers. When our children have ideas we like to be able to say “yes, you investigate that and see if it is a possibility.
The learning at Tikorangi School focuses on the physical, emotional, intellectual and expressive development of each individual student whilst valuing working collaboratively and demonstrating our school values.
Tikorangi School Learning Framework Based on the ‘7 principles of learning’(OECD) underpins the teaching and learning
|LEARNERS at the centre||The SOCIAL NATURE of learning||EMOTIONS are integral to learning||Recognising INDIVIDUAL|
|STRETCHING All students||ASSESSMENT for LEARNING||Building HORIZONTAL CONNECTIONS|
Our learning environment recognises the learners as its core participants, encourages their active engagement and develops in them an understanding of their own activity as learners.
Our learning environment is founded on the social nature of learning and actively provides opportunities for students to work together
Our teaching staff recognise and are highly attuned to the our learners motivations and the key role of emotions in achievement
We recognise and cater for individual differences and their prior knowledge
We provide learning programmes that demand hard work and challenge from all students without excessive overload
We use clear assessment Strategies with a strong emphasis on formative feedback to support learning
We strongly promote connections across areas of knowledge and subjects as well as to the community and wider world