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Property 2018

Kia ora koutou, and welcome to the Christchurch East School: Property Development page.   The Board of Trustees created this page in April 2018 to provide access to any relevant information relating to our property development, being undertaken as part of the Christchurch Schools’ Education Renewal Programme.   This Ministry of Education-funded initiative will see considerable improvements made to our school buildings, which will more closely align with our aspirational Vision for Teaching and Learning.

This year alone, our Board and Staff have engaged with the school community through a variety of approaches:

  • School community information meeting with our architect and Ministry of Education representatives (on 28 February 2018 at 6 pm). Property meeting minutes 28.2.18. PDF.
  • Whānau School Property tour (on 20 March 2018 at 9 am)
  • Curriculum in Action meeting - termly (Term 1: 20 March 2018, throughout the day and evening). These will continue on a termly basis, with sessions at 9 am and 6 pm, in the future and beyond the rebuild.

We would like to thank members of the school community for their involvement in these sessions, and reassure everyone that these meetings do not conclude the community involvement in the process.   The community should expect more opportunities for engagement as the process develops. If at any time you feel an opportunity has been missed and you have feedback or suggestions you would like feed into this process, please make your submission via email to:  admin@chcheast.school.nz

MLE, FLE, FLS, ILE!

The new spaces are called by a number of different acronyms.   MLE stands for ‘Modern Learning Environment’, FLE stands for ‘Flexible Learning Environment’, FLS stands for ‘Flexible Learning Spaces’ and ILE stands for ‘Innovative Learning Environment.’   Environment refers to everything that happens in this space, including physical, social and academic aspects, while the term space refers to the physical space that is part of the learning environment.


In response to parent requests, we have included some of the documentation and research articles that the school and Board are using to inform decisions made both during and beyond this process:

Relating to building changes from the Ministry of Education;  the MoE has a number of informative sites, with additional links to publications that can help people to develop their understandings of both the types of spaces, and the teaching and learning and social interactions that happen in these spaces:

Relating to Collaborative Teaching developments;  this is not an exhaustive list, but highlights some of the reasons behind decisions made around teaching and learning:

Relating to School Leadership and Best Practice Teaching:

  • Quality Teaching for Diverse Students in Schooling - Best Evidence Synthesis Iteration (BES) - Adrienne Alton-Lee, Ministry of Education, 2003.   The Executive Summary is shown on the page, with the full report available for download on the right-hand side of the page.
  • School Leadership and Student Outcomes:  Identifying What Works and Why - Best Evidence Synthesis Iteration (BES) - Viviane Robinson, Margie Hohepa, and Claire Lloyd, The University of Auckland, 2009.    The Executive Summary is shown on the page, with the full report available for download on the right-hand side of the page.

Thank you for your continued support and engagement as our school progresses with this development.

Christchurch East School Board of Trustees


 





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