Education Review Office gives King’s glowing review
Wednesday, May 17
The Education Review Office (ERO) has submitted its final report following a thorough review of King’s College, as one of New Zealand’s independent schools.
The College was pleased to receive a glowing review noting in particular the College’s facilities, pastoral care practices, all-round teaching and learning philosophy, and overall performance in all facets of College life.
The last ERO review for King’s was held six years ago and Chairman of the King’s Board of Governors, Ross Green, notes that it is clear that there have been a number of changes over that time.
“Part of ERO’s review process involved a meeting with the Board of Governors, and, at the conclusion of their visit, they gave us a preliminary report of their major findings,” explains Ross.
In its summary the report went on to say that:
"The College is very well-resourced and maintained. High quality facilities strongly promote academic learning and students’ involvement and achievement in the arts, sport and cultural events. Previous ERO reports have noted the blend of traditional and new buildings and learning environments. An additional, thoughtfully considered master property plan is in place, to guide future property development."
Please click here to read the full, final 2016 ERO report in further detail.