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Success for All Learners within the New Zealand Education System For the 2017 Community Core Leaders Development Program Delegation to New Zealand 10 October 2017 Learning Support: Ministry of Education New Zealand Matauranga House Wellington, New Zealand Agenda: 1. Introductions and Welcomes 2.

The New Zealand Education Context 3. System Policies and Strategies 4. Learning Support Services and Support education.govt.nz

Whakatauki M te huruhuru te manu karere With feathers a bird flies 3 education.govt.nz Education Act 1989 4 education.govt.nz

Education Regions in NZ North Island: Tai Tokerau Schools: 1,886 ECE Centres: 3,585 Auckland Waikato Bay of Plenty, Waiariki Hawkes Bay, Tairwhiti Taranaki, Whanganui, Manawatu Wellington South Island: Wellington

Nelson, Malborough, West coast Canterbury Otago, Southland 5 Schools: 649 ECE Centres: 904 education.govt.nz Communities of Learning | Khui Ako Groups of education and training providers that form around children and young people's learning pathways, and work together to help

them achieve their full potential. 6 education.govt.nz Our Curricula 7 education.govt.nz What do our children say? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFtIfh7pV4k

8 education.govt.nz NZ Disability Strategy Disabled children are growing up wanting the same things as non-disabled children. Expectations of disabled adults have changed. Disabled people are experts in their own lives. They have a right to be involved in the decisions that impact on them and will lead to better outcomes. https://www.odi.govt.nz/nz-disability-strategy/

9 education.govt.nz Success for All: Building an inclusive education system Value everyone Respect diversity Equity for all 10 education.govt.nz

Learning Support Update 11 education.govt.nz Learning Support Model Collaborative practice: schools and early learning providers working together to better support children and young people. Better Facilitation: a facilitator within each Khui Ako to provide a point of contact and coordination for learning support More Flexibility: enabling specialists and decision makers to use their judgment about the supports required for a child or young person

A single point of contact: a key worker to be the primary point of contact for each child or young person receiving individualised learning supports A move to one plan having one plan for each child or young person receiving individualised learning support services. 12 education.govt.nz Resourcing Framework School High Health Needs Funding** Ongoing Resourcing Scheme Residential Special Schools &

Intensive Wraparound Service Speech Language Initiative High special education needs (3% of school-aged children) Severe Behaviour Initiative Resource Teachers: Learning and Behaviour Moderate to high special education needs (4-6% of school-aged children)

Physical, Hearing, Vision & Health Services* Special Education Grant Early childhood resourcing (5% of children 0-5 years) Early Intervention Services Te Aho o te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura) School Transport Assistance SUCCESS FOR ALL: EVERY SCHOOL, EVERY CHILD

Assistive Technology Property Modifications POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR FOR LEARNING *Includes schools for students with vision and hearing, behavioural, or cognitive impairments. **School High Health Needs funding provides teachers aides support for students with high health needs. 13 education.govt.nz

Inclusive Education Inclusive education is where all children and young people are engaged and achieve through being present, participating, learning and belonging. Inclusive schools: have ethical standards and leadership that build the culture of an inclusive school have well-organised systems, effective teamwork and constructive relationships that identify and support the inclusion of all students use innovative and flexible practices that respond to the needs of all students. http://inclusive.tki.org.nz/ 14 education.govt.nz

Inclusive Education Inclusive education is where all children and young people are engaged and achieve through being present, participating, learning and belonging. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) -research-based -design more flexible learning environments -everyone is learning and achieving -diversity is a strength https://vimeo.com/album/2950799/video/ 220717678 15 education.govt.nz

Positive Behaviour for Learning Encourage positive behaviour Strengthen relationships Increase student wellbeing Creating caring and inclusive learning environments 16 education.govt.nz Resource Teachers: Learning and Behaviour Resource Teachers: Learning and Behaviour (RTLB): are fully-registered specialist teachers have the specialist training and skills

work with teachers and schools to identify and respond to barriers to learning build teacher and school inclusive practice capability 17 education.govt.nz Learning Support Services Communication: Speech Language Therapists 5 to 8 years of age Difficulty with talking and communicating Behaviour: Educational Psychologists 5 to 14 years of age

Affects relationships, learning and safety Early Intervention: Advisors on Deaf Children, Early Intervention Teachers, Psychologists, Speech Language Therapists Birth to 5 years old Concerns with development, disability, behaviour and/ or communication Physical disability: Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists Challenges fine motor skills and mobility to fully participate in learning programmes and everyday tasks 18 education.govt.nz

Ongoing Resourcing Scheme (ORS) ORS: Provides support to schools for students with the very highest need for learning support 1% of the total schooling population High or very high needs in any of the areas of learning, hearing, vision, physical, language use and social communication Services and support include: specialists such as speech-language therapists, psychologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, advisers on deaf children, special education advisors additional or specialist teachers who work directly with students and prepare resources for them teacher aides to support teachers to include students in class programmes and activities

Transition guidelines for supporting young people out of school https:// education.govt.nz/school/student-support/special-education/national-transition-guid elines-for-students-with-special-education-needs/ 19 education.govt.nz Specialists Roles Speech Language Therapists Occupational Therapists Physiotherapists Special Education Advisors Early Intervention Teachers Educational Psychologists Kaitakawaenga

Education Support Workers Advisors of Deaf Children Resource Teachers Vision Resource Teachers Deaf 20 education.govt.nz Equity is when every child and young person has what they need to succeed. 21 education.govt.nz

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