Learning

Mountview has a long held reputation as being at the forefront of 21st Century inquiry based learning and displays this within modern classroom environments with digital resources and learning opportunities. These include:

  • Live TV broadcastsvia our own TV studio
  • Individualised programmes
  • Interactive whiteboards in all classes giving rise to blogging, animation and powerpoint
  • Computers and/or notebook s available in all classes
  • Modern teaching spaces
  • New Entrant and Rumaki classes fully supported by Teacher Aide and Kaiawhina

Another feature of teaching and learning at Mountview is the way teachers utilise Teaching as Inquiry in determining next learning steps for children giving them a sense of control over their own learning. A robust assessment programme ensures teachers are able to inform both students and their whanau of their progress in learning.Students learn appropriate and positive behaviours through a values based programme which we call WHAIA. Learning is supported by a Reading recovery and other interventions.

Our programmes of learning include technology and for Year 7-8 students this is provided on location in our well-equipped technology room. Students enjoy a programme of learning to swim once yearly by personnel at the AC Baths Arena. Our school is fortunate to have a large hall which allows both performing arts, sport, fitness and a variety of cultural events.

 

The New Zealand Curriculum

If you wish to know more about the New Zealand School Curriculum please click on the link below.   

http://www.tki.org.nz/

If you wish to know more about tthe Curriculum taught in our Rumaki Classrooms please click on the link below.

nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/content/download/3196/47663/file/Te%20Marautanga%20o%20Aotearoa%20English%20translation.doc

 

Mountview Curriculum

Download a copy of Mountview School Curriculum


National Standards

Please click on the link below to get more information about National Standards

http://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/National-Standards


Te Marautanga o Aotearoa

Please click on the link below for more information on Te Marautanga o Aotearoa

http://www.tki.org.nz/